Working on your tennis skills does not have to be a chore. By combining coaching with a holiday in Spain, you can learn from the best professionals in a warm and welcoming environment.
Located in Murcia, La Manga Club is renowned for its sports facilities and basks in sunshine for more than 300 days of the year, making it a great option for people who want to brush up on their tennis abilities.
The resort is home to 28 tennis courts, with three surfaces to choose from.
One of the best gifts you can give your partner this Valentine's Day is a relaxing spa treatment and guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find a range of options to choose from.
Spa La Manga Club is running a series of Valentine's specials next month, with something to suit everyone.
For total relaxation guests can opt for the jasmine moon therapy, which involves a full body massage with essence.
Another option is the love and chocolate treatment, which includes a sumptuous body wrap and rejuvenating massage.
Home to three championship golf courses, La Manga Club is renowned for the quality of its facilities and is a must-visit destination for sports enthusiasts.
As well as greens and practice facilities, holidaymakers will find a club house, complete with a well-stocked store.
La Manga's Golf Shop stocks a range of top-quality products, with featured brands including Callaway, Ashworth, Burberry Golf, Footjoy and Nike.
A wide selection of golf balls, shoes, tees and accessories are also available.
Golf enthusiasts heading to La Manga Club this year will find everything they need to improve their game.
As well as a golf academy and three championship courses, the resort is home to an excellent range of practice facilities.
There is an 80-bay floodlit driving range with target greens, as well as a practice bunker, two chipping greens and a putting green.
In addition, guests can also make use of La Manga's 18-hole, par 47, pitch and putt course.
As well as a range of superb practice facilities and golf courses to enjoy, guests holidaying at La Torre Resort in Murcia will find plenty of happening in the resort's clubhouse.
The building is home to a number of bars, as well as a restaurant, spacious lobby area and equipment store.
Pinos Bar - which features a large terrace - is the perfect spot to enjoy a post-game drink and enjoy a light snack. Refreshments are served throughout the day and evening, with live music, pool and darts also on offer.
Holidaymakers who were planning to escape the eurozone in order to save money this year may wish to reconsider.
According to the latest Post Office Worldwide Holiday Costs Barometer, rising costs in Turkey mean that a holidays in Spain is now a much cheaper.
Sarah Munro, head of travel money at the organisation, commented: "For 2010 our shopping basket of eight tourist staples indicates that Turkey is now 68 per cent more expensive than Spain."
She claimed the eurozone is now "striking back" after many resorts suffered during 2009.
Holidaymakers staying at La Torre Resort in Murcia will find a range of attractions to explore and activities to enjoy throughout their stay.
A great way to keep the kids occupied for a day is to book a session at La Manga Gokart.
The popular attraction is located within easy reach of La Torre Resort and is home to three different tracks, with something to suit people of all ages.
There are also a number of green areas, as well as eight different gokart models to choose from.
Brits taking holidays to Spain and other destinations have been offered some advice on how to cut the cost of their phone calls.
Writing for the Daily Telegraph, Donald Stracham noted that modern technology is increasingly making it cheaper to communicate with friends and family while abroad.
"New ways to save money with your phone appear almost weekly. If you're not confident on the web, invest in a Multi IMSI travel SIM card.
People planning to book flights to Spain now have more options than ever open to them.
Low-cost carrier Thomson Airways has announced plans to introduce more services between Durham Tees Valley Airport and Alicante, the Northern Echo reports.
New flights will also be launched connecting the north-east to Sharm el-Sheikh and Tenerife.
Emma Ormerod, a spokesperson for the airport, said the news is an endorsement of the newlook twin terminal scheme that was announced by the hub last week.
Guests arriving at La Manga Club during the night may wish to consider reserving an arrival food pack.
A number of options are available and orders can be made up to 48 hours before arrival.
Food packs typically contain staples such as tea bags, milk, bread, eggs, sugar, butter, jam, cereal, water and orange juice.
By purchasing one of these, guests can help to ensure they get their holiday off to a stress-free start, without having to search for a shop as soon as they arrive.