Holidays are all about enjoying the weather and then cooling off and on a La Manga Club Spanish holiday, you are perfectly position to do the latter.
La Manga Club is sandwiched between two seas: The Mediterranean Sea and the Mar Menor so there are ample opportunities to enjoy water sports on your break.
On the Mar Menor, try your hand to the skilful water sports of sailing and windsurfing, the gentle water and soft winds make the Mar Menor a safe environment for beginners.
Dinghy sailing courses are also available at nearby sailing schools, where holidaymakers can hire dinghies and wetsuits.
Britons contemplating a holiday in Spain this summer may be interested in a summer weather forecast for the region that has been released.
Costa Blanca News reveals that a long-term forecast released this week by the Centro de Estudios Ambientales del Mediterraneo states that summer 2008 will be slightly cooler than usual in the months of July and August.
According to experts, high summer season will be humid and cool interspersed with short periods of "intense sunshine".
Also, those planning early summer holidays in Spain may be in luck with the weather if they travel during the coming weeks, as temperatures are expected to "soar".
A number of Britons get so caught up in the excitement of being on their annual holiday that they fail to think about money, it has been claimed.
According to National Savings and Investments, 30 per cent of holidaying Brits get swept away while on holiday in Spain and elsewhere and don't consider the financial implications, resulting in overspending.
Meanwhile, the research revealed that almost half of those questioned overspent on holiday because they feel they work hard all year and want to treat themselves when they go on holiday.
"There is no doubt that holidays and spending while abroad are costing Brits a lot more than many bargain for, but people need to think past simply enjoying themselves and to plan their finances so there are no nasty shocks when they get home and face the bills," Dax Harkins, senior savings strategist at National Savings and Investments, advised.
The Queen has been the focus of special birthday celebrations in Spain this week, it has been revealed.
According to Round Town News, had Her Majesty taken a flight to Alicante on Wednesday she could have enjoyed the party at the British Consulate in Alicante held in her honour.
However, despite the absence of the birthday girl, a good time was reportedly had by all who celebrated on her behalf.
The party was held at Alicante Castle and the theme was British music - highly appropriate as it was recently reported by Chris Evans that the Queen enjoyed dancing to Abba at a dinner dance event in Windsor Castle.
Frank Lampard, famous Chelsea and England footballer, was spotted enjoying a beach break on the Spanish holiday island of Majorca.
Lampard - whose Chelsea team mate John Terry was spied enjoying a holiday in Miami recently - was pictured enjoying the sunshine with finacee Elen Rives and her mother by the Daily Mail.
The couple's two daughters, two-year-old Luna and 13-month-old Isla also accompanied them on the holiday.
And Majorca was not the first stop on the famous footballer's family holiday to Spain as he had previously been spotted on the holiday island of Ibiza, where his daughters played in the sand and the midfielder was seen enjoying an ice lolly.
The most common arguments that families have while on holidays in Spain and other countries have been revealed by one commentator.
According to American Express, 65 per cent of Brits manage to fall out with their family before they even arrive at their destination, with arguments breaking out about everything from packing to money.
Younger travellers were proven to be the most argument prone while older travellers aged above 55, arguably the age group more in need of a relaxing holiday, are the more pacifistic when it comes to arguing.
The top argument is how much is packed in a suitcase while 40 per cent of arguments are related to getting to the airport on time.
Spanish holidays have been listed as one of the "all-time favourite destinations for Scots", according to one publication.
The Daily Record reports that "you can never go wrong with Spain" during the summer months as it can offer a winning combination of sunshine, beaches and culture.
Mallorca, in particular, it was noted, is a great family holiday destination as there are plenty of late package deals to the island.
The Spanish holiday destination also offers a variety bars and restaurants while seclusion was also listed as an added bonus.
Conservative leader David Cameron has been spied enjoying a family holiday on the south coast of Spain.
Cameron attributed the Spanish holiday to helping recharge his batteries.
According to the Daily Mail, the politician seeks to always put his family ahead of work, and believes that prime minister Gordon Brown also needs to take a refreshing holiday.
"I thought about it again when I was walking through this unbelievable valley in Spain, and I thought: You really do need some time when the head can empty, whoever you are," Cameron told the publication.
Romantic couples looking to do a Wayne and Coleen and wed abroad can combine their honeymoon and wedding venue by marrying at La Manga Club.
At La Manga Club, romance is literally in the air, courtesy of the pine woods, scented jasmine and lemon trees.
According to Hitched.co.
Weddings abroad are becoming increasingly popular, both among couples who wish to get away from the fuss and crowds of a traditional wedding and those who wish to marry on a sandy beach, and among couples who want a lavish ceremony in a stylish location in the style of newlyweds Coleen McLoughlin and Wayne Rooney.
Brides choosing to walk down the aisle at La Manga Club can have the luxury of any wedding they choose.
With a near-guarantee that the day will not be marred by rain, a wedding in La Manga Club offers views of the glorious surrounding hillside and coast.
While Coleen's guests enjoyed drinks on a yacht, guests at a La Manga Club wedding can enjoy a cocktail party on the outside patio, canapes on the split-level terrace and a wedding feast in one of the banqueting suites.