You might be jetting off on holiday to Spain, but that does not mean you have to abandon your exercise regime.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club can stay in shape during their stay by making use of the resort's state-of-the-art fitness centre.
Located within the spa building, the spacious gymnasium has everything you need to keep fit.
The fitness centre is equipped with everything from cardio machines to free weights and a stretching area, as well as static bikes and rowers.
If you're planning to holiday at La Manga Club this summer, then you may wish to consider ordering a food pack prior to your arrival.
These are ideal if your flight is due to land late in the evening when all shops and restaurants are closed.
Arrival packs can be booked through the Resort Reservations Centre and must be ordered at least 48 hours before you are due to check-in.
Food boxes are available from 27.
Brits holidaying at La Torre Resort this summer will no doubt be keen to head to the beach and try some of the water sports activities on offer.
Guests will find a wide range of options available along the Costa Calida, including jet-skiing, canoeing, dinghy sailing and windsurfing.
Holidaymakers can also venture beneath the waves by booking a diving course or excursion.
Local company Scuba4all offers a range of courses and caters for people of all ages and abilities.
People planning to book flights to Spain this summer may be interested to learn that Livepool John Lennon Airport is one of the cheapest hubs when it comes to parking.
Research carried out by consumer group Which? revealed that holidaymakers can leave their vehicle for a week from just £27.99.
The airport was also praised for its decision not to charge passengers extra for their parking if they were stranded overseas as a result of the recent volcanic eruption in Iceland.
Budget airline Ryanair has launched a series of free destination guides aimed at people taking flights to Spain and other popular destinations.
The carrier has teamed up with Frommer's Unlimited to create the online publications, with more than 100 available.
Ryanair spokesman Stephen McNamara commented: "With passengers looking to travel to new exciting destinations all the time our free online destination guides will help new and seasoned travellers identify where they want to go next."
He noted that the guides contain up-to-date information on local attractions and deals, as well as airport information, maps, weather data and restaurant recommendations.
People taking holidays to Spain this summer should choose an insurance policy that is tailored to their needs.
This is according to Andrew Pumphrey, a spokesperson for LateRooms.com, who suggested that most people think protection is a one-size-fits-all commodity.
"Although people may spend three hours looking for a hotel they spent under an hour looking for the insurance to go with that," he commented.
Holidaymakers planning to take a break at the Mar Menor Resort this summer will find no shortage of places to dine during their stay.
One establishment where guests will find a wide range of tasty cuisine on offer is at the Nomad Restaurant.
It specialises in Spanish and North African food, with everything from grilled baby squid to braised lamb shank and steamed couscous.
The restaurant features an impressive show kitchen where diners can watch their food being prepared.
Brits hoping to soak up some sunshine this summer and take a luxury break in Spain should look no further than La Manga Club.
The five star Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe is located at the heart of the complex and is home to 192 beautifully-decorated guestrooms and suites.
Holidaymakers that enjoy the finer things in life can book one of the royal suites, which feature separate sleeping, living and work areas, as well as a kitchen.
The bathrooms contain exquisite marble tubs, as well as saunas and walk-in shower areas.
Activity holidays are proving increasingly popular with British families, it has been revealed.
Research carried out by Gocompare.com found that 40 per cent of people plan to take a "playcation" this summer in order to encourage their children to try new sports.
Some of the most popular activities include climbing, canoeing, horse riding, scuba diving, sailing and hiking.
Brits planning to take a holiday in Spain this year and catch the ferry to the continent have been urged to read up on the country's rules of the road before getting behind the wheel.
According to AXA Insurance, an increasing number of people are planning to drive to their destination this summer rather than fly.
However, the company warned that without research, this can lead to confusion and accidents.
A survey carried out by AXA revealed that 33 per cent of people do not know if it is necessary to use a GB sticker when driving abroad, while 48 per cent wrongly believe it is essential to carry a petrol can and screen wash at all times in Spain.