As well as making use of the sports and leisure facilities on offer at the resort, guests holidaying at La Manga Club can relax and indulge in some pampering.
The complex is home to a luxury health spa that offers a range of sumptuous treatments, including body therapies and massages that are guaranteed to leave you feeling revived and rejuvenated.
A scrub is an ideal choice for those with dry and dull skin. The exfoliating treatment helps to improve circulation and banish dead cells, leaving the body looking softer, smoother and more radiant.
Families holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort will find plenty of activities to enjoy and attractions to explore throughout their stay.
For a great day out with the kids, why not take them to the nearby go-karting track?
Located around 30 minutes away from the resort, La Manga GoKart is home to three different circuits, with each designed for different age groups.
Youngsters can drive around the simple children's track, while teenagers and adults can experience karting in the advanced areas.
The vehicles used by La Manga GoKart are well maintained and guests are provided with all essential safety equipment before they venture out.
Located in the south-east of Spain, Murcia is easily accessible for UK holidaymakers and is served by several budget airlines.
The area is renowned for its spectacular landscapes and is home to Spain's famous Mar Menor. Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, it is extremely popular with water sports enthusiasts and is around six degrees C warmer that the sea that surrounds it.
Families visiting Murcia will find no shortage of places to explore during their stay.
Guests holidaying at La Torre Resort in Spain can get their holiday off to a relaxing start by booking in for a treatment at the exclusive Thai Room Spa.
There are a range of therapies on offer, including traditional Thai massages that focus on the body's energy map and acupressure points.
Guests looking for a treatment that provides complete relaxation can opt for the Thai Room Ultimate, which lasts for 90 minutes and involves a massage using fine cloth pouches filled with coriander and cloves.
A range of revitalising facials are also available at the spa, as well as manicures, pedicures, exfoliating body scrubs and luxurious foot massages.
Brits planning to take a break at La Manga Club this year may be interested to learn that the resort has launched a new Funlandia programme aimed at families.
A host of special activities will be laid on for guests during the Easter holidays, May half-term, summer and October half-term.
Family members of all ages are catered for, with soft play areas for toddlers and disco sessions for teens.
A number of sports matches and tournaments will be taking place, as well as movie screenings and a bingo night.
Guests holidaying at La Manga will be spoiled for choice when it comes to dining, with more than 20 bars and restaurants to choose from.
For a truly memorable meal, holidaymakers can head to the resort's flagship Amapola Restaurant.
The menu features a range of tasty Mediterranean-inspired dishes, with many options made from locally sourced ingredients.
These include fresh fish and seafood from the nearby Mar Menor, as well as ox-meat from the Sierra de Guardarrama, rice from Calasparra, tomatoes from Mazarroon and cured cheese from Zamora.
Germans have the most cash to splash when it comes to holidays, new research has revealed.
A poll by travel search site Skyscanner found that travellers from this country spend more than $90 billion on flights to Spain and other destinations.
Holidaymakers from the US spend the second highest sum, while Brits pay out around $68.5 billion for their breaks abroad.
If you enjoy having your space and the freedom to prepare your own meals when on holiday in Spain, then renting a villa at La Torre Resort could be the ideal option.
There is a wide range of properties to choose from, with all of them decorated and furnished to a high standard.
Available with two or three bedrooms, they are perfect for families and golfing parties who want to stay under the same roof.
Villas come equipped with air conditioning units, dishwashers, washing machines, televisions and direct dial telephones, among other things.
Guests holidaying at La Torre Resort will find dozens of venues to choose from when it comes to eating and drinking.
There are several restaurants dotted around the complex, including La Encina. A buffet-style eatery with indoor and outdoor seating, it offers a range of dishes, including tasty salads and sushi.
For mouth-watering Italian cuisine, guests can head to the Acacia Restaurant, which serves up pizza, pasta, risottos and is just a few minutes walk from the golf clubhouse.
As well as several restaurants serving evening meals, La Manga Club is home to a number of bars and cafes that offer snacks and light bites throughout the day.
After a morning relaxing by the pool or playing sport, there is nothing better than enjoying a long lunch.
Located at Las Lomas Village, the Deli Cafe is the perfect spot to enjoy breakfast and read the newspaper or have a delicious freshly-made sandwich in the afternoon.
Elsewhere, the Tie Break bar in the tennis centre is a great place to refuel after a gruelling match or practice session.