Renting a car in Murcia is one of the best ways to get the most out of a holiday in La Manga Club, expanding the range of options one has and freeing up one's itinerary.
Those who take advantage of car hire in Murcia - for example, by booking a vehicle in advance via the La Manga Club website - will soon be able to benefit from a better quality of road in the region.
Roads running through Cartagena, San Javier, Torre Pacheco, Los Alcazares, La Union, San Pedro del Pinatar and Fuente Alamo are all set to be improved under a new government initiative, Round Town news reports.
The news follows last week's announcement that Murcia's motorways are set to be improved in a 200 million-euro scheme.
As Americans gear up for their winter holidays, some of them will still be counting the cost of last year's expenditure.
Research by Consumer Reports found that six per cent of people in the US still have debt from last year, which could impact on their plans for this year.
Nearly half (49 per cent) said that they would be cutting back on travel, while 59 per cent aim to buy fewer presents over the festive period.
Nevertheless, Americans remain optimistic that this year's Christmas will be as enjoyable as last year's, with 88 per cent expecting to have at least as much fun as they did in 2007.
British people are unlikely to cut back on their major holidays, despite economic issues being increasingly high on the agenda, it has been suggested.
With the credit crunch affecting people's mortgages and ability to get loans, and utility bills becoming more expensive, many people are willing to cut back on additional short breaks.
But when it comes to taking one main holiday a year, 90 per cent of Brits will not let the economic clouds stop them from seeking brighter skies abroad, Imaginative Traveller found in a survey.
The company's managing director Matt West was quoted by Travel Trade Gazette as saying: "Travel is an integral part of most peoples lifestyles and while they may cut down on secondary holidays and short breaks, they are still willing to factor in at least one memorable holiday per year.
Teetotal diners holidaying to La Manga Club can now enjoy the same sense of adventure as their wine-supping colleagues, thanks to the Aqva restaurant.
Located in Murcia, the establishment offers a choice of 110 different mineral waters - the equivalent of an exceptional wine cellar.
The Liverpool Echo reports that the restaurant includes a bottle of rainwater sourced from the Austrian mountains and - for more expensive tastes - a variety called Bling worth 50 euros (£39.89).
This weekend marks the beginning of a week-long celebration of all that is new in Spanish theatre.
Running from November 7th to 16th, the Exhibition of Contemporary Spanish Theatre will be held for the 16th time in Alicante, Torrevieja.com reports.
Venues such as the Arniches Theatre, Lo Morant Park and the University of Alicante Audotorium will be utilised as the best of present-day theatre in the country is performed.
Holidaymakers arriving on flights to Spain might soon have another means of getting from Alicante Airport to their holiday destinations.
Plans have been drawn up to place a high-speed AVE station at the airport, which is located close to La Manga Club.
At present, arriving visitors can get to their resort by train, bus or taxi, according to Alicante-spain.com.
During times of economic downturn, holidays are often the last thing to go, it has been claimed.
Speaking earlier this week, Sean Tipton, a spokesman for the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta), suggested that despite the credit crunch holiday bookings were still looking strong.
Furthermore, a recent study carried out by search site kayak.co.
When it comes to taking holidays in Spain and other destinations, the majority of holidaymakers say they don't like to stick to a budget.
In a recent survey carried out by American Express Travellers Cheques, 83 per cent of people said they were not planning to stick to a budget on their next holiday.
Of those surveyed, 45 per cent said they end up blowing their holiday budget if they spot something they like, while ten per cent said they often shop in airports just to "get rid" of foreign currency.
Commenting on the findings, Kirstie Bayley, director at American Express Travellers Cheques, said: "Whilst people have started thinking about their next holiday already, they often forget to plan ahead when it comes to travel money and it's the last thing they are going to want to worry about once they get abroad.
Budget carrier Ryanair has announced plans to increase flights to Spain over the coming year.
The airline already operates regular flights to Malaga from a number of UK airports and it will now begin flying from Glasgow Prestwick, London Stansted, Birmingham and Edinburgh, Homes Worldwide reports.
Ryanair estimates that an additional 240,000 passengers per year will travel to Spain on these new routes, including 100,000 from Birmingham alone.
According to the reports, the airline was experiencing strong ticket sales for the routes just days after announcing them.
The number of British people taking holidays in Spain is on the increase, it has been revealed.
Recent figures released by the Costa del Sol tourist board revealed that between January and September of this year the area's hotels provided accommodation for more than 820,000 Britons.
These figures represent a six per cent rise on the same period in 2007, clearly indicating that holidays in Spain are still popular with Brits, Typically Spanish reports.
Almost half of the people arriving in the south of Spain travel through Malaga airport, which is served by a number of British airlines including easyjet, bmibaby and Ryanair.