Dont you just hate it when you go on holiday and its either great for the kids or its great for the adults, but at no point does everyone seem to be having a fabulous time? This isnt the case at La Manga Club. If you and your family have decided to holiday at La Manga Club this summer or spring half term, you can rest assured there will be something to tick everyones holiday box and more.
Kids activities at La Manga are split into logical age groups, so everyone can get involved in things that suit their age and taste. Under 12s for example can opt to perfect a sport of their choice with one of the various Academies on offer, tailored specifically to their age.
When visiting Murcia, there are many different attractions throughout the region to keep you busy. A main attraction in Murcia to start with is the La Manga Club Resort which is undoubtedly one of the worlds top leisure and sporting resorts. La Manga Club is located on the lower slopes of the Murcian hills to the south of the Mar Menor amongst 1400 acres of beautiful countryside. The La Manga Club is a sporting paradise in an excellent location with views out to the crystal clear waters of the Mar Menor.
With a deep desire for guaranteed sunshine, one of the most common reasons for choosing La Manga Club is its location, as well as its undisputed range of quality accommodation and activities of course. Situated in the Murcian hills, with a panoramic view of the Mediterranean, La Manga Club is the ideal destination, no matter the season, because of the high number of days of sunshine it enjoys each year. That said, there are tons more to do at La Manga than just the classic sun, sea and sand. So, if you are concerned about the weather, dont be, there are plenty of opportunities to have fun at La Manga Club, no matter the weather.
Spain is famous for their fiestas, each town doing something spectacular, and Murcia and the La Manga Region is no exception. There are always plenty of events throughout the year, some larger than others.
Easter in Murcia is a huge celebration, down to Spain being a mainly Catholic country. All towns throughout the country will hold celebrations, and it is likely that at least 3 working days will be lost due to the festivities.
The area of La Manga Club and the surrounding region is an area of natural beauty and a truly beautiful place to explore of foot. There are numerous suggested walks lasting anything from 30 minutes to up to 4 hours. The activity centre which is based on La Manga Club is able to provide maps and routes which also gives the difficulty of each walk. La Manga Club is located adjacent to Calblanque National Park, which includes many paths and trails, through the mountains to many areas of natural beauty including some stunning unspoilt beaches on the Mediterranean.
No matter whether its a Margarita, a Tom Collins, a Gin Sling or a simple Martini that floats your boat, you wont be disappointed at the La Manga Club Piano Lounge Bar. With its impressive range of backlit bottles, the bar itself would be the ideal backdrop to the likes of Tom Cruise (in his film cocktail), shaking up a mean cocktail. Spacious and modern, the focus at the Piano Lounge Bar is comfort and relaxation. Big soft seats with an abundance of cushions are waiting to embrace you while you enjoy your favourite tipple.
Golf as a sport is undisputed in its popularity today, and there are few better places to give it a go than at La Manga Club. Theres now a whole industry built around the little white ball and the great news is that more and more kids are showing an interest in the sport. No longer perceived as the old manís game, golf really is gaining momentum as an exciting and all round great sport for people of all ages. Kids interest in golf is pretty much a global affair and has given rise to a whole new industry thatís focused onproducing golf clubs for kids as well as ranges of trendy gear in which theyíre tackling the course.
Basking in sunshine for more than 300 days a year, the region of Murcia in south-east Spain is the perfect destination for a golf holiday.
The area is easily accessible for players travelling from the UK, with budget airlines such as easyJet, Ryanair and bmibaby all operating regular flights there.
If you're planning to jet abroad and enjoy a golf holiday in Spain this summer, then why not consider having a game at the Lo Romero Golf Club in Pilar de la Horadoda.
The 18-hole par-72 course is open all year round and boasts an excellent range of facilities.
Spain is one of the world's most popular golf destinations and, with more than 300 courses to choose from, it is little wonder.
The country basks in sunshine for most of the year and is easily accessible for people travelling from the UK and Ireland.
Some of the airlines currently operating flights to the Murcia region - which is particularly popular with golf enthusiasts - include easyJet, Jet2.com, bmibaby, Ryanair, Monarch and Flybe.
A third of people taking holidays to Spain and elsewhere to not protect their skin with sunscreen, it has been revealed.
According to research by sun care company Green People, 60 per cent of people between the ages of 16 and 24 expect to be burnt when they are abroad.
Charlotte Vohtz, a spokesperson for the organisation, said it is vital that people put their health first when jetting abroad.
"It is really important that you apply a generous amount of sunscreen (30ml to cover your body / one shot glass) every two hours you are in the sun," she explained.