A Guide to Spanish Holidays at La Manga Club

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Whats the Weather Like in La Manga

The weather in La manga is one of the main determining factors for vacationing in tropical or subtropical climes. Vacationers invariably want to enjoy a combination of sun, sand and sea. La Manga offers all these, plus the best weather conditions under which to do so. In fact the average year round temperatures for La Manga are between 30 to 36 degrees Celsius (86 to 96.8 degrees Fahrenheit). In the winter months, temperatures fall by as much as 50 percent, averaging around 17 to 20 degrees Celsius.

Even during the hottest summer months, La Manga is spared the brunt of the sun's rays. Being so close to the Mediterranean Sea, the ocean breezes help to cool the air preventing it from being uncomfortable. Sun lovers can therefore bask in its rays at just about any time of the day. Wearing sunscreen is still important even though the climate can be so mild.

About La Manga

La Manga del Mar Menor is popularly known by the shortened version of its name, La Manga. The name translated from Spanish is "The Sleeve of the Minor Sea," referring to a bit of land separating the Mar Menor from the Mediterranean Sea. The town is actually a small strip of land, hence the name, sleeve.

La Manga is situated in the Murcia region of the Costa Calida, Spain. Its almost year-round perfect weather has made this Spanish town into a thriving tourist area. Reports indicate that La Manga has over 3,000 hours or 320 days of sunshine on average per year. Rain mostly falls during the spring and autumn seasons. November tends to be the wettest month of the year.

The weather condition in La Manga is so good, even the World Health Organization (WHO) commented on it. The WHO says that La Manga has one of the best climates in the world. No wonder many persons, including retirees have chosen La Manga as their home.

Activities in La Manga

Visitors can never be bored while vacationing in La Manga. Apart from the many beaches and great weather, the area is littered with bars, clubs and restaurants. There is literally something for everyone regardless of cost. From 5-star hotels to cozy self-contained apartments, visitors will find somewhere to stay or eat without much effort.

Footballs fans will be happy to know that La Manga has been host since 1999 to a major winter football tournament. The La Manga Cup is hotly contested by football clubs from around Europe and the USA. Countries that generally take part in the winter games include Denmark, Finland, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the Ukraine. In addition, the weather in La Manga has made it a popular football training ground during winter. European teams from countries with cold winters take advantage of the warm climate to keep in shape.

Golfers love La Manga for its weather and world famous championship golf courses. For serious golfers the La Manga strip is synonymous with golfing. Water sports are also quite popular in La Manga.

Current Weather Report

According to weather reports, La Manga is now experiencing weather temperatures in the late teens, ranging between 17 to 20 degrees Celsius (60 to 62.6 degrees Fahrenheit). The forecasts for the next five days range from 17 degrees Celsius to a high of 19 degrees. There will be windy conditions, but little chance of rain.

There is little doubt that La Manga will continue to reap rewards from tourism because of its amazing year-long climate. Coupled with world class tennis courts, international cuisine and breathtaking scenery, La Manga is hard to beat. Is it any wonder that the resort village was selected as the winner in the European category of the World Travel Awards by travel agents?