A Guide to Spanish Holidays at La Manga Club

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Things to do at La Manga Club in Spain

Boredom is not at option at La Manga Club as there is an unlimited number of things to do in and around La Manga Club in Spain to make the resort a perfecr Spanish holiday destination.

Here is a sample of just some of the things to do in and around La Manga Club: golf, tennis, football, beauty spa, boat trips, canoeing, casino, climbing, crazy golf, pitch and putt golf, fishing, fitness classes, go karting, hang gliding, horse riding, hot air ballooning, jacuzzis, jogging, dance academy, diving, snorkelling, kite surfing, lawn bowls, shopping, markets, mountain bikes, paddle tennis, play areas, childrens club, quad biking, saunas, squash, walking and water sports to name just a few.

There is also a choice of over 25 restauarants and bars on La Manga Club or you can just simple relax and enjoy the beautiful Murcia surroundings that make La Manga Club one of the worlds great resorts.

Are you looking for the perfect beach holiday along the Mediterranean Sea? Then consider a trip to La Manga. La Manga del Mar Menor is a resort town located near Murcia, Spain along a strip of land that is roughly 21 kilometers long and 300 meters wide. At the southern end of Costa Blanca, La Manga separates the Mediterranean Sea from the Mar Menor. With its ideal location, La Manga offers a wealth of things to do on your holiday.

La Manga has numerous hotels, museums, shops and bars, plus more than 40 kilometers of beaches. It also offers fine dining and family fun to its many annual visitors. In La Manga, there is something for everyone.

Because the Mar Menor and Mediterranean are such ideal locations for water sports, it is no surprise that La Manga is home to lots of fun in the sun. In fact, La Manga del Mar Menor translates to "The Sleeve of the Minor Sea." The Mar Menor is the largest saltwater lake in Europe. It is ideal for all types of water sports because its average depth is only 3.5 meters, with a maximum depth of 6.5 meters. It is reported that its waters have healing properties and are good for the skin. Locals say the water feels like a warm bath and helps cure aches and pains.

The Mar Menor's great weather and consistent water temperature have earned the area the country's first recognition as an "estacion nautica," or "nautical resort." Sailing, deep sea fishing, kayaking, surfing, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, kite-surfing and windsurfing are all very popular activities along the beautiful beaches of La Manga. With an average of 315 days of sunshine a year, it's no wonder that water sports are such a popular local pastime. In addition to water sports, La Manga has one of the best tennis centers in Europe, as well as equestrian centers, spa facilities and lush tropical gardens.

Travelers should note that some of the dining and nightlife in La Manga can be rather opulent, but the world-class food and fun are well worth the price tag. One of the most popular nightlife options in La Manga is the local casino. Other options exist for nearly every budget. The nighttime action in the Zoco region of La Manga is especially popular with young adults, as are the city's three open-air cinemas and the La Manga strip.

La Manga is home to three 18-hole, championship golf courses that cater to golf enthusiasts year-round. If you are looking for day trips from La Manga, the provincial capital of Murcia is about 70 kilometers away. It is rich in history, offering visitors museums, monuments, historical architecture and a beautiful cathedral.

La Manga boasts near-perfect weather. It is so ideal that the World Health Organization has proclaimed that La Manga has one of the world's healthiest climates. Many travelers love the region and its health benefits so much that they decide to make La Manga their permanent home. So whether you are traveling to enjoy its beaches, its culture or its many other offerings, you are sure to enjoy your vacation in La Manga.