La Manga Club is the ideal place to stay for those keen to explore Spain's famous Mar Menor coastal lagoon.
The largest saltwater lagoon in Europe, the Mar Menor is one of the world's top water sports destinations and can be up to six degrees C warmer than the sea that surrounds it.
As well as taking a relaxing sailing trip on the Mar Menor, holidaymakers can try their hand at water sports such as canoeing, jet-skiing and fly-surfing.
Visitors can also try scuba diving, with lessons available from the nearby Adventure Divers centre.
Foreign exchange firm Travelex has advised those taking holidays to Spain and other destinations to take a mixed wallet with them.
Speaking this week, the company said that it is a good idea for holidaymakers to keep their options open by carrying a mix of cash, credit cards and travellers' cheques.
Travellers are also advised to consider prepaid cards, which are ideal for those who do not wish to carry large amounts of cash.
"Prepaid cards are a cross between a debit card and a travellers cheque, they can be loaded euros, sterling or dollars and used like a debit card.
Those taking flights to Spain may be interested to learn that budget carrier Ryanair is planning to reduce the number of people who check-in their luggage.
According to the Times, the airline's chief Michael O'Leary wants to see just 20 to 25 per cent of passengers checking in their bags.
The airline currently charges passengers £10 each way for checked-in baggage.
"And we'll keep increasing it until we get to the absolute minimum," Mr O'Leary said.
The majority of Brits plan to spend as much on their holiday this year as they did in 2008, it has been revealed.
A poll carried out by YouGov, on behalf of Carnival UK, found that 78 per cent of those aged 45-54 are set to spend the same or more on their break this summer.
Further results show that one-third of Brits plan to spend even more this year, with just 22 per cent of people looking to make cutbacks, TravelMole reports.
However, the poll did suggest that some people are taking fewer short holidays in order to spend more on their main summer break.
Unlike many resorts, La Manga Club has a wide selection of restaurants and bars, with something to suit all tastes.
Whether you are looking for a romantic meal for two under the stars, or a bite to eat for the whole family, there is something to suit everyone.
For a special treat in an elegant and distinguished setting, La Manga's famous Amapola Restaurant is a must. The menu offers the very best in Mediterranean cuisine, with food made from the freshest local ingredients.
The pound may have dropped in value against the euro in recent months, but that does not mean Spain is off the agenda for holidaymakers.
With the availability of cheap flights from budget airlines such as Ryanair and Jet2, a holiday in Spain may still work out much cheaper than going elsewhere.
Furthermore, Sue Ockwell, a spokesperson for the Association of Independent Tour Operators, says holidaymakers can make big savings with a little careful planning.
One of Ms Ockwell's top tips is to book a few off-peak "strategic" short breaks throughout the year, which can "help you recharge the batteries and give you something to look forward to without breaking the bank".
Those holidaying at La Manga Club next month will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the range of activities on offer.
There is a packed calendar of events, with something available for everyone.
A Wine Club evening takes place every third Thursday at La Bodega and guests will find plenty of delicious food and drink to sample, with selected wines available at bargain prices.
Guests will also find offers on spa treatments throughout the month of March and two for one massages and facials are available at certain times.
There has been a surge in the number of Brits booking their holidays to Spain and other destinations in advance, it has been claimed.
According to travel firm InsureandGo, holidaymakers are taking advantage of cheap deals and snapping up last minute bargains.
Research by the company found that the average time between purchasing a travel insurance policy and departing for a holiday has decreased by 26 per cent in the last two years, suggesting that people are now more inclined to travel on the spare of the moment.
Perry Wilson, founder of InsureandGo, said that people were making the most of the competition on the high street.
British holidaymakers have been warned not to put themselves and their families at risk by travelling without insurance.
The warning comes after a poll by insurance firm Liverpool Victoria revealed that five million Britons are planning to cancel at least one policy.
However, those taking holidays to Spain and other destinations have been urged not to cut travel insurance. The cost of an air ambulance back to the UK could be as much as £16,000 and those without cover will have to meet the costs themselves.
If the cold weather and credit crunch doom and gloom is getting you down, then a holiday to La Manga Club in Spain may be just what you need.
For a relaxing break, which also includes spa treatments, the girl's getaway package is the ideal option.
Guests can stay at the La Manga Club Principe Felipe or at Las Lomas Village, where a chilled bottle of cava will be waiting.
As well as accommodation, the package also includes a lunch and dinner for two, daily breakfast, access to the resort's fitness centre and a complimentary spa treatment.