Located in the sun-soaked area of Murcia, La Manga Club is the ideal place to enjoy water-based activities such as scuba diving.
The Adventure Divers team offer courses from Easter to November and cater for people of all ages and abilities.
Children can take part in the Bubblemaker programme, which involves building up confidence and using professional equipment in the pool.
Meanwhile, those keen to gain an official certificate can take an Open Water course, which typically last between three and four days and are open to anybody aged 12 and above.
One of the best things about taking a holiday in Spain is having the opportunity to relax and unwind.
A great way to do this is by treating yourself to a relaxing facial at Spa La Manga Club.
Guests will find a wide range of options on offer, from anti-ageing treatments to therapies that specialise in revitalising the skin.
The Refresher Facial is an ideal option for those visiting a spa for the first time.
Located in Murcia, La Manga Club is the perfect destination for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits.
The popular resort is bordered on two sides by the stunning Calblanque National Park, which boasts spectacular scenery and is the ideal place to take a hike or enjoy a mountain bike ride.
Guests will find numerous well-marked trails to explore, as well as golden beaches and secluded coves.
Maps are available from the La Manga Information Centre and guests will find a wide variety of routes to choose from, with something to suit people of all fitness levels.
Parents have been offered some advice on how to keep their children in check on flights to Spain and other popular destinations.
Writing for Cheapflights.co.uk, Deborah Dickson-Smith said adults should "prepare for the worst" and be patient with their sons and daughters.
When it comes to dining, guests holidaying at La Manga Club will be spoilt for choice.
There are more than 20 bars and restaurants to choose from, with something to cater for all tastes and budgets.
For a delicious Mediterranean-style meal, guests can head to the resort's flagship Amapola Restaurant, which boasts a spacious terrace offering views of the golf course.
Another great place to enjoy Spanish cuisine is La Bodega, where visitors will find a wide selection of tapas and fine wines.
Holidaymakers can save a significant amount of money by booking airport car parking in advance, it has been suggested.
Figures compiled by Holiday Extras show that the average family would spend around £100 less by making their reservation at least 30 days prior to their departure.
"There are still millions of UK holidaymakers listening to rumours that their car is a target for crime, it's expensive and that it's simply a hassle. They're all missing out on the proven benefits of booking airport parking in advance," said Sean Hagger, the company's head of commercial parking.
An increasing number of Brits are opting to take holidays in Spain and other destinations alone.
This is according to Dan Linstead, editor at Wanderlust, who noted that taking a solo holiday can be extremely sociable.
"You are much more open to new experiences. You'll feel more confident and empowered.
Brits planning to holiday in Spain this summer have been advised to book their car hire as far in advance as possible.
Stuart Nassos, managing director of Holiday Autos, said people looking to rent a vehicle during the peak season are likely to pay over the odds or be left disappointed if they make their reservation at the last minute.
"In January 2009, customers who booked car hire with Holiday Autos. [Travellers] picking up from Malaga for a week in July 2009 paid £105 for an economy car," he commented.
British holidaymakers are keener than ever to jet abroad and soak up some sunshine, according to new research.
A study carried out by Thomson found that 40 per cent of people want to enjoy new experiences on holiday this year and soak up some culture.
"Consumers who hung back last year are more confident about spending this year and are benefiting from better deals outside of the eurozone. Our research shows that people are saying cobblers to the staycation," said Dermot Blastland, managing director of Thomson and First Choice.
Couples planning to tie the knot abroad have been offered some advice to ensure that their big day goes to plan.
According to foreign exchange provider Caxton FX, brides and grooms-to-be should ensure first and foremost that they take care of all of the necessary legal paperwork.
It is also advisable to visit the destination and venue beforehand and consult with a local wedding planner.
Shopping around for good currency deals is also a must, according to James Hickman, managing director of Caxton FX.