If you're hoping to enjoy a family break in Spain this year, then why not consider holidaying at La Torre Resort in Murcia?
The complex is home to a number of swimming pools and fantastic restaurants, as well as a golf course and tennis facilities, making it an ideal choice for sports enthusiasts.
A great option for families and groups is to book a self-catering townhouse. There are three different styles available - Madrono, Cornical and Palmito - with each one typically featuring two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
They come fully-furnished and equipped with cooking and laundry facilities, as well as spacious balconies and terraces where guests can soak up the sunshine.
People planning to book flights to Spain next year may be interested to learn that Thomson Airways is set to increase the number of services it operates from Doncaster Sheffield Airport.
The carrier is to raise capacity by around nine per cent during summer 2011, transporting an additional 15,000 passengers.
"The growth is a result of strong summer 2010 forward sales and will see Thomson Airways operating two 737-800's and one 737-300 for summer 2011," said airport director Mike Morton.
He added that the hub has been working hard to raise awareness of the routes it serves.
As well as restaurants and bars, La Manga Club in Spain is home to a number of cafes where you can enjoy a light bite to eat throughout the day.
Located at Las Lomas Village, the Deli Cafe is the perfect place to enjoy a healthy salad or delicious wrap for lunch. You can also stock up on groceries here or enjoy a coffee on the spacious terrace.
After a demanding game of tennis, why not head to the Tie Break and relax with a refreshing glass of juice or a tasty snack?
Another great place to have lunch is the Sol Y Sombra pool-side bar, which overlooks the north golf course and offers a wide range of light meals and drinks.
Brits hoping to save money this year may wish to consider taking a holiday in Spain.
Nadine Hallak, a spokesperson for Cheapflights Media, said it is one of the most affordable destinations within the eurozone.
"Spain is particularly well-serviced by low-cost airlines. Return flights, departing from the UK, are almost always available for well under £100," she explained.
Brits planning to holiday at La Manga Club this summer can rest assured that they will not be left out-of-pocket if the volcanic ash cloud returns.
Located in Murcia, the popular resort is offering guests a guarantee that they will not be charged an accommodation cancellation fee if they are unable to fly.
This applies to all bookings made before June 30th 2010 for breaks between July 1st and September 15th.
A seven-night holiday at the five-star Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe starts from just 81 (£70.
If you're planning to tie the knot at La Manga Club this year, when why not prepare for your big day with a visit to the spa?
The professional therapists and stylists at the resort can cater to your every need, ensuring you look a million dollars on your big day.
Spa La Manga Club has launched a new range of treatments specially designed for brides-to-be.
Guests can book trial hair and makeup sessions, as well as luxury manicures and pedicures.
Brides can also ensure they are looking their best by indulging in a diamond facial, which leaves the skin looking younger, smoother and revitalised.
Holidaymakers hoping to jet abroad and soak up some sunshine this summer may wish to consider taking a break at La Manga Club in Spain.
The resort will be hosting a packed programme of events that the whole family can enjoy.
Guests can enjoy BBQs at the Tennis Centre every Tuesday between July 13th and August 17th 2010, with entertainment on offer, as well as competitions and prizes.
In addition, regular flamenco nights are set to take place at Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe from July 16th to August 20th.
Holidaymakers taking a break at La Manga Club this summer will have the chance to take a dip in the Mar Menor Spain's largest saltwater lagoon.
Also known as the Little Sea, it attracts sailing enthusiasts from across the globe due to the constant breeze and shallow, calm waters.
The Mar Menor is around six degrees C warmer than the surrounding Mediterranean Sea, making it ideal for families with young children.
Holidaymakers can enjoy a host of water-based activities there, including jet-skiing, kayaking, dinghy sailing, swimming and windsurfing.
Budget airline Ryanair has launched a new summer seat sale.
People planning to book flights to Spain in the near future may be interested to learn that the carrier will release one million discounted seats at midnight tonight (May 24th 2010).
Fares start from £8 for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout June.
Ryanair spokesman Stephen McNamara commented: "Only Ryanair sells Europe's lowest fares with a no fuel surcharge guarantee.
As well as basking in the glorious Murcian sunshine, guests holidaying at La Manga Club can improve their sporting skills by trying some of the many activities on offer there.
The resort is renowned for the quality of its facilities and is home to three 18-hole championship golf courses, as well as 28 tennis courts.
What's more, the complex typically basks in sunshine for more than 300 days a year, meaning you can enjoy a match or a round of golf without having to worry about the rain.
There are also plenty of activities to try in the water.