Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find plenty of places to exercise during their stay.
As well as playing golf and tennis, holidaymakers can visit the fitness centre at Spa La Manga Club, which is home to a state-of-the-art gymnasium and an indoor swimming pool.
The building is fitted with everything from rowing machines to static bikes and free weights, as well as a large selection of cardio machines.
In addition, there is a stretching area, fitness consultation room and physiotherapy zone.
Handling foreign currency can be confusing for many holidaymakers, a new poll has discovered.
Carried out by travel provider Sunshine.co.uk, it revealed that 64 per cent of people often get muddled up when using notes and coins from overseas.
Brits planning to take a holiday in Spain this year have been urged to buy insurance before leaving the UK.
Stuart Bensusan, director of EssentialTravel.co.uk, said it is extremely important for travellers to buy a policy.
If you're due to arrive at the La Manga Club resort late at night, then why not consider arranging a food pack in advance?
These can be booked through the Reservations Centre and left in your villa or apartment prior to your arrival.
Packs contain essentials such as tea, milk, sugar, bread, cereals, orange juice and seasonal fruit, meaning you can wake up on the first day of your break and enjoy a relaxing breakfast without having to leave your property.
Guests holidaying at La Manga can also order BBQ packs. These can be reserved through the Deli Cafe in Las Lomas Village, with a range of different options available.
Holidaymakers visiting La Manga Club will find more than 20 bars and restaurants located within the complex, with something to suit everyone.
For traditional Spanish cuisine, guests can head to the resort's flagship Amapola Restaurant, which boasts an impressive show kitchen and serves up dishes that are prepared using the freshest local ingredients.
Elsewhere, holidaymakers can sample tasty tapas dishes at La Bodega, which is located at La Plaza.
Alternatively, guests can enjoy global cuisine by booking a table at Asia Restaurant or Andale Mexican Restaurant.
As well as making use of the facilities within the hotel complex, people holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort in Spain will find dozens of activities available nearby.
The resort is located beside the Mar Menor - Spain's largest saltwater lagoon which attracts thousands of sailing enthusiasts every year due to its warm, shallow waters.
Some of the activities guests can enjoy there include canoeing, windsurfing, jet-skiing and dinghy sailing.
A number of local companies also offer scuba diving courses and excursions, including Scuba4All, which caters for people of every age.
British families hoping to jet abroad and soak up some sunshine this summer may wish to consider booking a holiday in Spain.
Sarah Munro, head of travel services at the Post Office, suggested that the country is likely to prove popular with UK travellers this year.
"With sterling beginning to strengthen against the euro and discounting in many popular eurozone resorts we expect these to do well in the coming months particularly destinations that can be reached by ferries rather than air," she commented.
Ms Munro added that holidays in both Spain and Portugal can represent excellent value for money due to the relatively low cost of food and drink there.
Golf enthusiasts planning to holiday in Spain this year will be spoilt for choice when it comes to courses.
The sun-soaked Murcia region is renowned for the quality of its golf greens, with more than 300 to choose from.
What's more, the area basks in sunshine for most of the year, meaning you can enjoy your game without the worry of having to stop because of rain.
One place where players will find an excellent range of facilities is La Serena Golf Resort, which is home to a par-72 18-hole course.
As well as golf and tennis, guests holidaying at La Manga Club in Spain will find a wide range of water-based activities on offer nearby.
The resort is located beside the Mar Menor, Europe's largest saltwater lagoon and attracts thousands of sailing enthusiasts every year with its warm, shallow waters.
Some of the activities available there include windsurfing, jet-skiing and canoeing.
Holidaymakers can also explore beneath the waves by booking a scuba diving course or excursion.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will no doubt be keen to explore the surrounding area during their break.
Located in the Spanish region of Murcia, the complex typically basks in sunshine for more than 300 days a year, making it an ideal destination for people who enjoy outdoor pursuits.
La Manga is bordered by the stunning Calblanque National Park, which is home to dozens of well-marked hiking trails, as well as woodland and numerous golden beaches.
Guests looking for a more challenging walk can trek to the summit of La Fuente Hill, which takes around 45 minutes and offers unrivalled views of the area.