Murcia Airport is probably the most attractive of the airports when vacationing at La Manga Club as you are only a 20 minutes drive away from the Club. Alicante on the other hand is a bit further away, taking around an hour to drive to reach the club. When you are not used to driving in Spain, travelling to la Manga Club may also prove a bit of a strain on a long journey, although the trip from Alicante airport is very simple.
Murcia Airport, located in San Javier, lays just off the coast of the Mar Menor.
With its monochrome interior and its true Italian feel, The New Luigis Restaurant, serves up a whole lot more than just pizza and pasta, newly renovated and having opened its doors for the first time in its new guise on April fools day 2012, you would be the fool not to go. Luigis truly is La Dolce Vita. With Tuscan cuisine at its core, it epitomizes everything that all good Italian restaurants are about. Good times, good food and good company.
I am Alfie and am exactly 7 and a half years old and am on holiday at La Manga Club with my mum, my dad and my gran and granddad, ee have been here three times already and I just love it. In fact, I think we all do. I do not have any brothers or sisters, but at La Manga, there is tons of kids around for me to play with. Mum says it so so safe, I can even go down to the football academy on my own on my bike.
No matter how you look at it, La Manga Club oozes luxury, the neat cream coloured buildings against the green of the golf courses and the bright blue of the pools just spell luxury holiday, in capital letters. When it comes to accommodation at La Manga, there are two main luxury options. There is the Hotel Principe Felipe and Las Lomas Village.
The Hotel Principe Felipe is true 5-star living in every sense of the word.
Whilst on holiday in Spain you do not want the worry of carrying cash if you do not need to. Having a Travelex Cash Passport enables you to carry all your money on a card. Travelex works in conjunction with Master Card giving you all the benefits that they offer with a regular cash card.
There are two types of cash passports available: Cash Passport Currency Card
A cash passport currency card is available in 6 currencies; Euro, US Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Australian Dollar, South African Rand & New Zealand Dollar.
If you have decided to spend your holiday at La Manga Club this year, planning your getaway could not be easier, the La Manga website, http://www.lamangarentals.com has been designed to make the planning, booking and run up to your holiday as pleasurable and stress free as it possibly can be. Unless you are already familiar with the resort it is a great idea to spend some time exploring the website.
If you are travelling to Alicante, there is a vast choice of locations to fly from and a choice of who to fly with. With over 20 Airports to choose from, you can shop around to find the best prices for your time of travel. Here is a list of different airports in the UK and Ireland that have flights to and from Alicante Airport, and the flight companies using these routes;
Belfast Airport to Alicante Airport - Jet2, EasyJet, Fly Thomas Cook, Bmibaby and Aer Lingus
Bristol Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Fly Thomas Cook and RyanAir
Blackpool Airport to Alicante Airport - Jet2
Birmingham Intl Airport to Alicante Airport - Monarch, Fly, Thomas Cook, Thomson Fly, Bmibaby and RyanAir
Bournemouth Airport to Alicante Airport - RyanAir
Cardiff Airport to Alicante Airport - Thomson Fly
Cork Airport to Alicante Airport - Aer Lingus
Doncaster Airport to Alicante Airport - Thomson Fly
Dublin Airport to Alicante Airport - Aer Lingus and RyanAir
Derry Airport to Alicante Airport - RyanAir
Edinburgh Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet and RyanAir
Exeter Airport to Alicante Airport - Flybe
East-Midlands & Nottingham Airport to Alicante Airport - Bmibaby, Jet2, Thomson Fly, RyanAir and Fly Thomas Cook
Glasgow Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Jet2, Thomson Fly, Fly Thomas Cook and RyanAir
Leeds/Bradford Airport to Alicante Airport - Jet2, RyanAir and Fly Thomas Cook
Liverpool Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet and RyanAir
London Stansted Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet and RyanAir
London Gatwick Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Monarch, Fly Thomas Cook and Thomson Fly
London Luton Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet and Monarch
London Southend Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet
Kerry Airport to Alicante Airport - RyanAir
Knock Airport to Alicante Airport - RyanAir
Manchester Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Monarch, Jet2, Fly Tomas Cook and Thomson Fly
Newcastle Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Jet2, Fly Thomas Cook and Thomson Fly
Southampton Airport to Alicante Airport - Flybe
Durham Tees Valley Airport to Alicante Airport - Thomson Fly.
We hope this can help you when deciding where you will be flying from when travelling to Alicante.
After months of waiting, The airport has risen to prominence recently due to the 2012 Olympic Games in London, with Southend providing the an additional travel option for those attending the sporting event. Southend Airport is now being used by the company Easyjet for flights out to many locations within Europe. Southend Airports owners, the Stobart haulage company, have spent £100million renovating the site to what it is now. Southend Airport is well-connected with central London, and with its relaxed atmosphere and speedy check in, it wont be long until people start using this airport rather than its other busier and more stressful rivals.
The rate of exchange of the Euro does have a direct impact on the amount of money you have to spend on your holiday to Spain, if you are travelling from a country that does not use the Euro as its currency, such as the United Kingdom. Over the past few years the rate of exchange for the Euros to pound has fluctuated from a high of 1.6 Euros to the pound, to a low of almost 1 Euro to 1 pound.
Depending on which angle you are coming from, these wild fluctuations can be a good or bad thing.
Dont you just hate it when you go somewhere on holidays and seem to spend all your time in the car. The great thing about La Manga Club is once you arrive, there really is no reason to go offsite, unless you really want to. With its abundance of sport and leisure facilities, extensive range of restaurants and bars and even a supermarket and petrol station, there really is nothing to go offsite for, apart from the beauty of the Murcian countryside of course.
No matter whether you’re holidaying alone, as a couple, as a family or as a big group, you’ll be able to pitch up at La Manga and find something for everyone to do, every single day of your stay.