A great option for families planning to take a holiday in Spain this year is to book a villa at La Torre Resort.
There are a wide range of properties available, with something to suit everyone's requirements.
A number of villas also come with heated swimming pools and sun terraces, offering holidaymakers spectacular views across the golf course.
Properties are furnished to a high standard and come equipped with air conditioning units, cooking facilities, televisions, safety deposit boxes, bed linen and towels.
A third of Brits taking holidays to Spain and other popular destinations this summer are not planning to follow the World Cup.
Research by HolidayExtras.com revealed that 47 per cent of women have no interest in the tournament at all, with 26 per cent of males sharing this view.
"Whilst many of us will be in the grip of football fever this summer, a significant proportion of UK travellers can't wait to escape," said the website's managing editor Mike Whiting.
Holidaymakers hoping to improve their golf technique while staying at La Manga Club may wish to consider booking a place on an intensive course.
There are a range of options available, including the Total Golf Learning Experience, which lasts for four days.
The programme is on offer throughout the year and includes 12 hours of tuition.
Players can expect to cover everything from long game skills to bunker play and chipping.
Parents hoping to encourage their children to play more sport may wish to consider booking them on a course at La Manga Club's Junior Tennis Academy.
Youngsters of all ages are catered for, with a range of programmes running throughout the school holidays.
Children under the age of six can take part in the mini tennis course, which includes 45 minutes of tuition each day.
Meanwhile, those aged between ten and 19 can benefit from two hours of coaching each day over the course of a week.
Guests holidaying at La Torre Resort in Murcia will find a number of top quality restaurants to visit.
As well as several venues located within the complex, there are a wide selection of eateries nearby.
For delicious Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, guests can head to the El Patio Restaurant in Los Narejos, which serves up everything from tasty fish dishes to paella.
Another place where holidaymakers will find local cuisine on offer is at La Pereta Restaurant in Los Alcazares.
One way to get your holiday at the Mar Menor Resort off to a great start is by booking a relaxing body treatment at the spa.
For the ultimate experience, guests can opt for a revitalising wrap and corresponding massage.
Options include the detoxifier - which helps to improve circulation, speed up the elimination of toxins and leave the skin looking smooth and rejuvenated - as well as the skin hydrator treatment, which is ideal for sensitive and flaky skin.
Meanwhile, holidaymakers looking to unwind at the end of a long day on the golf course or tennis court can book a muscle relaxer wrap and massage, which helps to relieve tension and ease aches and pains.
Brits planning to take a holiday in Spain this summer can learn about their destination by reading travel forums, such as those on TripAdvisor.
This is according to industry expert Simon Calder, who said they are a great resource for holidaymakers.
Speaking on behalf of Octopus Travel, he pointed out that a holiday is a huge investment, so it is important to make the right decisions.
"Generally for a big family holiday you only get one shot a year at getting it right," he commented.
More British workers intend to take holidays to Spain and elsewhere this year than they did in 2009, it has been revealed.
Research carried out by the Institute of Payroll Professionals found that 38 per cent of people did not use their full annual leave entitlement last year.
However, the poll showed that 81 per cent of individuals expect to use all of their holidays in 2010.
According to the survey, almost a third of employees did not have more than one break away from work last year.
Brits hoping to take a luxury holiday in Spain this year may wish to take a break at La Torre Resort.
Located in Murcia, the complex is home to dozens of self-catering apartments and villas, as well as a five-star Intercontinental Hotel.
Rooms are furnished to a high standard and come equipped with everything you are likely to need during your break, such as air conditioning units, elegant bathrobes and televisions.
The hotel is home to three restaurants, including the Gingko Club, which specialises in Japanese cuisine and La Vinoteca, an elegant tapas bar where holidaymakers can enjoy traditional Spanish cuisine in relaxed surroundings.
Located within the La Manga Club complex in Murcia, Las Lomas Village offers a wide choice of holiday apartments, villas and serviced guestrooms.
Small families and groups may wish to consider renting one of the townhouses, which are spread over three floors and come furnished to a high standard.
They feature fully equipped kitchens, as well as laundry facilities, air conditioning units, televisions and direct dial telephones.
In addition, townhouses are cleaned twice weekly and come with spacious terrace areas where guests can sunbathe and enjoy their meals.