Spain's Costa Blanca is home to "breathtaking" and beautiful beaches according to one commentator.
Those taking flights to Alicante can be met with delightful coastal towns and large sandy beaches, Canada.com reports.
In particular, the huge limestone rock above sea level located between Denia and Xabia is impressive, it is claimed.
The recently settled Open Skies Agreement between the United States and the European Union could mean cheaper flights to Spain.
According to the Air Transport Users Council (AUC), when Europe was liberalised, the e-market allowed low-cost airlines such as easyJet and Ryanair to operate, meaning a drop in airfares.
AUC industry affairs manager James Fremantle added that this liberalising the air transport market is "good" for consumers as it draws down prices and offers more choice.
"I can't think of anything bad that can come of it from a consumer point of view.
For spectacular views and plenty of comfort on a holiday to La Manga Club, why not book into Monte Verde Villas.
Situated at an elevated position the villas offer fantastic views all around down to the south golf course and beyond to the beautiful Mar Menor.
Perfect for those who wish to enjoy tranquillity while on a Spanish holiday, the development benefits from a peaceful setting, idyllic backdrop and quality specifications.
Those taking family holidays in Spain can book into a two, three or four bedroom apartment, complete with open plan living area meaning that travellers have privacy and yet can relax in a sociable atmosphere.
For a luxury holiday in Spain why not travel to La Manga Club where in addition to top sporting facilities and sandy beaches, the accommodation on offer is second to none.
Holidaymakers staying at the Las Higueras Villas will find themselves surrounded by flourishing gardens, offering a feeling of seclusion and tranquillity.
Reminiscent of the Andalucian foothills, the apartments are built on white winding lanes within their own grounds.
Those on holidays in La Manga Club can enjoy barbeques on the property and even a meal by the pool at this centrally-located development.
Britons taking flights to Spain will be able to explore more of the country in a shorter period of time after it was revealed that the country's first high-speed trains linking Madrid and Barcelona made their debut on Wednesday.
National train company Renfe announced that they have now made their first complete journeys following years of construction.
The high-speed bullet rail line will reduce travel time between Madrid and Barcelona by two hours to 2.38 hours.
A new shopping mall is set to open in the popular Spanish holiday resort of the Costa del Sol, it has been reported.
According to the Manchester Evening News, property and investment company Peel Holdings is to develop a Spanish version of the UK's Trafford Centre on the popular Spanish holiday coast.
Following years of negotiations with Spanish authorities, Britons could soon be taking flights to Alicante for a weekend shopping trip.
The centre, to be called Trafford Centre Espana will feature on an 80-acre site in Torremolinos and could become an attraction for Britons enjoying holidays in La Manga.
Parents taking children on family holidays to Spain have been issued with advice on how best to keep their children happy while travelling.
According to Tesco Travel Insurance, researching the flights to Spain before booking could prove useful, as airlines can offer children's meals and arrange for raised seats for babies.
Also, the organisation notes that regional airports can sometimes offer better entertainment facilities for children.
"Ensure you take a bargaining tool for critical situations - a new game, book or snack that will calm them down," the travel insurance provider recommends.
Britons taking flights to Spain this summer need not overly worry about their alcohol consumption affecting their waistlines if they stick to locally produced brews.
According to Typically Spanish, a vineyard in the wine producing region of Jumilla, Murcia has invented "vino light".
The wine - Altos de la Ermita - has an alcohol content of 6.5 degrees - half the normal amount for traditional wine.
Britons taking Spanish holidays may consider reaching their destination by means of ferry travel.
According to the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta), such travel offers a greener method of travel.
The Shipping Times revealed that over 235,000 passengers passed through the Port of Dover over the four days of the 2007 Easter holiday weekend - seven per cent more than the amount that passed through on the 2006 holiday weekend
"It offers customers and families another choice, really. It's just a different type of holiday that you get - it's a very different experience," Frances Tuke, spokesperson for Abta.
The expansion of low-cost airlines has made traditionally hard to reach areas in Spain "very accessible", it has been reported.
According to Primelocation.com, these Spanish holiday areas have been "opened up" by low-cost flights to Spain.
The news comes as British Airways prepares to launch its new short-haul routes from Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airports to Malaga and Alicante from March 30th, 2008.