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Weather in La Manga

Holidays in La Manga Club are popular for many reasons. The Mar Menor is perfect for scuba diving lessons and watersports while La Manga Club itself offers a range of activities. Facilities at the resort cater to golfers, tennis fans, footballers and even fans of equestrian pursuits.

However the common denominator that separates La Manga from other seaside resorts offering sports facilities is the weather.

A study undertaken by Halifax in April 2008 revealed that British travellers now spend on average less than seven hours in total away from their hotel or resort while on holiday.

The research showed that 70 per cent of Britons on package holidays do not wish to venture out on day trips – and, as most of the activities in La Manga Club are weather-reliant to an extent, it is important that the sun shines for you during your week's holiday.

Fortunately, the climate in La Manga Club is enviable. La Manga enjoys more than 2,800 hours - the equivalent of over 300 days - of sunshine each year.

The average annual temperature in La Manga is 19.3 degrees Celsius, a temperate climate by all means.

Because the weather and climate in La Manga is so balmy, feel free to leave your winter thermals, scarves and gloves at home when packing for your flights to Murcia.

Although November to March are cooler months, especially following sunset, during the days it is still permissible to dress in shorts and a t-shirt or similar.

Wearing a hat while out in the sun is essential during summer and winter, especially when on the three golf courses. Sunglasses are also a wise item to pack whether relaxing by the poolside or taking a few swings on the driving range.

The weather in La Manga is definitely a major attraction, especially among sun lovers due to the excellent all-year round weather conditions.

La Manga is a popular seaside resort and the sunshine adds to the whole experience.

It is of benefit to those sunbathing on the beaches and engaging in watersports activities on the Mediterranean Sea and the Mar Menor inland sea.

While many of La Manga Club's leisure facilities can be enjoyed come rain or shine, the former is not something holidaymakers on the Costa Calida have much cause to be concerned about.

And if the heavens do decide to open, escape the rain with a trip to Spa La Manga Club. Forget about the weather outside and concentrate on pampering instead.

Located at the centre of La Manga Club, the spa is managed by Hyatt International. Indoor sunlight combines with space and harmony and soothes troubles away.

You don't need to be on a dedicated spa holiday to enjoy a spot of pampering at Spa La Manga Club. Relax in the jacuzzis, saunas, steam rooms, fun showers and relaxation area.

The more energetic holidaymaker can work out in the large gymnasium and fitness studio or swim lengths in a 25-metre indoor swimming pool.

A wide selection of spa treatments using top quality products from Kerstin Florian are also available - and by the time you are finished, the rain will most likely have long since ceased.

And if a report from April 2008 by one UK newspaper is anything to go by, La Manga sunshine could soon be stretching out for even longer.

The Times reported that according to the Meteorology Institute, there has been 40 per cent less rain than usual in Spain since October 1st 2007.

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