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Tennis coaching for teens at La Manga Club

Going on holiday with teens can be a real challenge, but not at La Manga Club, with a whole host of sporting opportunities on offer, no matter what age, or level of fitness they are, you will find that your teenagers will enjoy themselves as much as you do. For teens that are into tennis, La Manga really is the perfect choice. With 28 tennis courts and a social tennis culture thats hard to beat, a teen tennis star will soon find a group of new friends who are equally into the sport as well as improving their game. It is this social side of tennis at La Manga that makes the whole experience so special.

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La Manga Club resort Junior Club

If you are heading off to La Manga Club on holiday, with kids in tow, you will be delighted to hear that during the main summer school holidays there is an all week long Junior Club to keep them occupied. Often when you are in the throws of selecting a destination for your summer holiday, there are places that tick boxes for the parents; there are places that tick boxes for the kids and there are places that tick boxes for the teens. The great thing about La Manga Club resort is that it ticks boxes for everyone!

Only a short flight from the UK, La Manga Club is the perfect spot to choose for your holiday if you all like to be active, but all like something a bit different. The variety of activities and entertainment on offer at the resort is pretty much unrivalled, certainly in this neck of the woods.

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La Manga Club beach

It comes as little surprise that one of the many things that draw people to La Manga Club is the weather, with this part of the globe attracting a reputed 3000 plus hours of sunshine a year, the attraction becomes clear for all to see. Acting as a great backdrop to this truly stunning resort, the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean Seas are the perfect spot to either take up, or perfect a water sport, swim or simply enjoy a few days relaxing on the beach.

The Mar Menor, near where La Manga Club is situated is the largest saltwater lagoon in Europe. With its privileged position between the Mediterranean and the Mar Menor, La Manga Club resort has easy access to plenty of coastline as well as a real Aladdins cave of little fishing ports and lively towns and villages, with something to offer everyone.

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Hiring an Estate Car in La Manga

When hiring an estate car in Spain, we would recommend that you book in advance to avoid disappointment as they are very popular, especially for transporting extra luggage about, estate Cars are very handy for large families or groups as you have the 5 seats plus a large space for lots of luggage or sports gear, for example golf clubs.

In this day and age, a large number of car manufacturers have an estate model so the choice is vast in Spain. All prices quoted are inclusive of tax and insurance so you wont have any extra costs to pay upon arrival but do remember to inform the car hire company if there are any extras you may need such as booster seats, child seats or roof racks. You must also make sure that you inform the car hire company of any additional drivers.

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Family Restaurants in La Manga Club

La Manga Club in Murcia, Spain is the perfect place to share a family holiday everyone will remember and cherish for years to come. The resort is made up of a 5-star hotel, the Hotel Principe Felipe and various four-star self-catering accommodation options. There is also the option to rent a whole host of villas and apartments outside of the resorts two main accommodation options. So when it comes to a great place to stay, you will be spoilt for choice.

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Best childrens paddling pools in La Manga Club

La Manga Club is a great place to holiday with kids, no matter their age, and if its water that floats your boat, you will have a real range of options on offer. If you have decided to opt for the resorts official accommodation options, you may well have chosen 5-star luxury for your stay or four-star self-catering. In the 5-star case, the Hotel Principe Felipe comes with its own swimming pool and babies pool. If you have plumped for self-catering from the official La Manga Club options, Las Lomas Village boasts two outdoor swimming pools both with baby pools and play areas as well.

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WiFi in La Manga Club

While your holiday at La Manga Club is the perfect time to cut yourself off from the hustle and bustle of the real world, these days, we all seem to be able to find umpteen reasons to justify why we need to stay in touch, depending on your mobile phone contract, you may indeed be happy to rely on your phone to keep you up to date with emails, calls and any minor surfing on the internet that you might need to do. That said, if you are not on the right type of mobile phone contract, relying on your phone on the continent can prove seriously pricey if you do not stay well on top of what you are doing. So, when planning to use your mobile phone abroad, always be aware of what the costs are likely to be. With mobile phone bills, it is better to know exactly what to expect rather than get a nasty shock with your post-holiday bill.

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La Manga Club for your next holiday

If you are in the process of planning your next holiday, you would do well to add La Manga Club to your short list, with something for everyone, this resort truly is worthy of further investigation if you are serious about putting together a holiday package that will get you more bang for your buck. A truly luxurious sport and leisure resort, La Manga has won its fair share of awards, and it is easy to see why.

Located in the Murcia region of Spain, the 1400-acre La Manga Club resort gets its fair share of sunshine, pretty much year round and is easy to get to from the UK, flying into Alicante or Murcia (San Javier) Airports. The resort offers a whole host of sporting activities, both on site and off as well as a Spa and an impressive range of accommodation options.

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Choosing the right flight to get to La Manga Club

When you make the decision to holiday at La Manga Club, you are more than likely to go through the process of deciding on whether to plump for the hotel option or the self-catering option, thereafter it is a case of sitting down and deciding which of the vast range of sporting activities, Spa treatments or academy options you want to pre-book. Irrespective of what time of year you are heading to La Manga, if you have your heart set on any activities, it is well worth pre-booking them to make sure you have your spot secured for you well before you arrive. Once you have all of that organised your thoughts are almost certain to turn to travel.

Even though La Manga is a fair hike from the UK, it is perfectly doable by car, either by choosing one of the short channel ferry crossings and taking your time to travel south by car or by plumping for one of the longer Spanish ferries.

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Evenings at La Manga Club

When you choose to holiday at La Manga Club, you can choose to get as involved or not, in the nightlife as you wish, tt may well be that you are happy to sit quietly on your terrace, reflecting on a busy day on the golf course or the tennis court, or it may be that you cannot wait to get your glad rags on and step out in style. Either way, glad rags or shorts and flip-flops, there is a whole host of evening entertainment options at La Manga.

If you fancy a quick cocktail or aperitif before you dine, you could head for the Piano Lounge Bar or Mulligans, two of the main bars on the resort. The Piano Bar is situated in the Hotel Principe Felipe and offers an impressive range of cocktails in the classy and stylish setting you would expect from a 5-star hotel.

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