Situated in the sunny region of Murcia, La Manga Club is bordered by the Mar Menor - Europe's largest saltwater lagoon.
Also known as the little sea, it is a major natural attraction and attracts sailing enthusiasts from across the world.
The lagoon's shallow and non-tidal waters mean it is the perfect place for children to take a dip and for beginners to try their hand at activities such as scuba diving and canoeing.
Some of the other water-based activities holidaymakers can enjoy include snorkelling, jet-skiing, kayaking, dinghy sailing and fly-surfing.
Surrounded by spectacular countryside, La Manga Club in Murcia is an ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
Guests will find plenty of ways to get out and enjoy the area, but one of the best ways to do this is on foot.
The resort is bordered on two sides by a national park, where there are dozens of paths and hiking trails. These are all well marked and offer stunning views of the region.
People planning to take a break at Spain's Mar Menor Resort in the near future can get their holiday off to a good start by booking in for a relaxing spa treatment.
Guests will find a wide range of options on offer, with something to suit everyone.
For an exfoliating therapy that helps to improve circulation, holidaymakers can book themselves in for a body toner wrap using marine mud or algae. This leaves the skin feeling nourished, toned and moisturised.
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Located in the sun-soaked region of Murcia, the Mar Menor Resort is the perfect place to enjoy a long weekend.
The Mar Menor Intercontinental Hotel is home to 57 deluxe rooms, as well as a number of impressive executive suites.
Rooms are decorated to a high standard in a traditional Moorish style and are equipped with LCD televisions, minibars and air conditioning systems.
Brits have been advised to book their holidays in Spain as early as possible in order to secure the best deals.
Sharron Livingston, editor at thetravelmagazine.net, said flights tend to increase in price the closer it gets to the departure date.
"Prices start lower and as capacity fills the prices rise, so it's always best to book well in advance," she explained.
Ryanair has launched a new 'March Madness' sale, reducing the cost of its flights to Spain and other popular destinations.
The airline is reducing fares by 33 per cent on all routes throughout late March and April - excluding Easter week.
Holidaymakers hoping to avail themselves of these discounted tickets are required to make their booking by midnight on Thursday (March 4th).
Passengers are advised that they can keep the cost of their booking down by using a Mastercard Prepaid card to pay and taking hand luggage instead of a large suitcase.
Golf enthusiasts holidaying at La Manga Club will find several places to enjoy a post-game drink.
Once all of the hard work is out of the way, players can head back to the clubhouse, where they will find several venues to choose from.
Bar 37 is the quintessential golfer's lounge and the ideal place to meet with friends and enjoy a round of refreshments.
Decorated in a colonial style, it offers excellent views of the golf course and boasts an impressive roof terrace.
Flight search site Skyscanner said it has been inundated with emails following a recent survey revealing that 76 per cent of passengers are in favour of the introduction of a so-called fat tax by airlines.
The company said it has been contacted by tall travellers who have "expressed solidarity with overweight passengers".
Skyscanner co-founder and development director Barry Smith said there is a fine line between discriminating against people and ensuring economic viability.
"The danger is that airlines will continue to squeeze us into ever-shrinking seats and charge all but the shortest, thinnest passengers a premium for extra room," he commented.
Brits saved an estimated £4.92 billion collectively last year by booking their holidays to Spain and other destinations direct, it has been revealed.
Research carried out by Santander found that the average traveller saved £423 by cutting out the middleman and booking their flights and accommodation separately.
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Guests looking to improve their golf skills while staying at La Manga Club will find plenty of courses on offer at the resort's golf academy.
Renowned for the quality of its facilities, it is the perfect place to learn the basics of the game and build on existing knowledge.
La Manga's Total Golf Learning Experience lasts four days and covers everything from grip, posture and set-up to chipping, pitching and bunker play.
Courses take place weekly throughout the year and include 12 hours of coaching.