Brits planning to book flights to Spain may be interested to learn that budget airline Ryanair has opened a new base at Leeds Bradford Airport.
With two aircraft stationed at the airport, the carrier will operate 17 routes, serving destinations such as Malaga, Alicante and Barcelona.
Dara Brady, a spokesman for the airline, commented: "To celebrate the opening of our Leeds Bradford base we are releasing 1m 5 (£4.50) seats for travel in late April and May on over 500 Ryanair routes throughout Europe.
The internet has revolutionised the way people plan their holidays to Spain and elsewhere, it has been claimed.
Rachel Morgan-Trimmer, founder of Thecareerbreaksite.com, noted that although brochures are still used, most are now downloaded online.
"One key advantage of online advice over printed brochures is that the information can be updated immediately.
If you enjoy playing tennis - but don't want to brave the chilly weather in the UK then you may wish to consider holidaying at La Manga Club.
Located in Murcia, the popular resort basks in sunshine for more than 300 days a year and is home to 28 courts.
The Tennis Academy caters for players ofall ages and abilities, with a range of courses and lesson options on offer.
Adult Weekend Warriors is a great option for those keen to train intensively during a short period of time.
With three championship golf courses and a range of impressive practice facilities, La Manga Club is the idea destination for sports enthusiasts planning to take a break over the coming months.
The resort has hosted a number of major tournaments over the years, including the Spanish Open, Spanish PGA Championships, Spanish Junior Championships, Ladies' Spanish Open and Senior Spanish Open.
Players can fine tune their technique by booking lessons or taking part in a course at the La Manga Golf Academy, which caters for people of all ages and abilities.
People keen to master the basics can take part in the four-day Total Golf Learning Experience, which focuses on everything from long-game skills to putting, chipping and bunker play.
One of Europe's top golf holiday destinations, La Manga Club is home to a superb range of practice facilities.
As well as three championship golf courses, the resort boasts a par-47 pitch and putt course, which is great for honing your short game.
The 18-hole green, which is located opposite the Tennis Centre entrance, features bunkers and impressive water hazards.
In addition, there is a crazy golf course, providing fun for all the family, as well as a floodlit driving range.
If you're keen to start a new fitness regime and get into shape for the summer months, then you may wish to consider kick-starting your new routine with a trip to La Manga Club in Spain.
Located in the sunny region of Murcia, the resort is home to an impressive range of sports and leisure facilities, making it the perfect destination for people keen to turn over a healthy new leaf.
Guests can take part in golf and tennis courses, as well as yoga and aerobics classes at the fitness centre.
In addition, holidaymakers can also make use of the state-of-the-art gymnasium or take a dip in one of the many swimming pools that are dotted around the resort.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club this Easter can get their break off to a relaxing start by indulging in a treatment or package at the resort's luxury health spa.
There are a range of options on offer, with everything from manicures to massages available.
Signature treatments include the Hawaiian Lomi - an uplifting and energising therapy - and the Mexican mineral, a circulation-boosting hot and cold stone treatment.
A selection of invigorating body scrubs are also on offer, as well as herbal baths and Vichy massages.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club in Spain will find a wide variety of food to enjoy during their stay.
The resort is home to more than 20 bars and restaurants, with something to suit all tastes and budgets.
Eateries include Luigi's, which specialises in Italian cuisine, as well as the Andale Mexican Restaurant.
For a casual family meal guests can head to Uncle Sam's American Restaurant, which is decked out with 50s memorabilia and serves up everything from tasty fried chicken to ribs and burgers.
Spain is like a home away from home for many British holidaymakers, it has been claimed.
Carmen Hernandez Gomez, market analysis at the Spanish Tourism Office, said travellers feel comfortable visiting the country.
"They know how things work, they know that if they have a health problem they are safe because hospitals are of really good quality," she explained.
Ms Hernandez Gomez stated that the country has a great deal to offer British holidaymakers and noted that people are becoming increasingly interested in Spanish cuisine.
Despite the economic downturn, millions of Brits are still planning to take holidays in Spain and elsewhere this year, it has been revealed.
A travel industry survey carried out by the Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO) and Wanderlust found that 82 per cent of travel providers are currently experiencing the same or greater levels of bookings than last year.
Furthermore, 80 per cent of respondents said holidaymakers are less price sensitive than they were in 2009.
Commenting on the findings, AITO chairman Derek Moore said: "It's encouraging to see just how positive consumer plans are for travel in 2010; tour operator bookings show that the desire to take holidays in 2010 is stronger than ever.