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Holiday in luxurious surroundings at La Torre

People keen to escape the cold and holiday in Spain this winter may wish to consider a break at La Torre.

The resort's five-star Intercontinental Hotel is the ideal choice for guests who want to relax and unwind in luxurious surroundings.

Rooms are fully furnished to a high standard and feature a stocked minibar, television, air conditioning system, bathrobes and towels.

The hotel boasts three restaurants and a bar, including the Ginko Club, which serves up Japanese-inspired cuisine and La Vinoteca, where guests can enjoy authentic tapas dishes in an elegant atmosphere.

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Natural science museum 'to open in Torrevieja'

Brits planning holidays to Spain may be interested to learn that a new natural science museum is to open its doors in Torrevieja.

According to Euro Weekly News, the attraction will be unveiled next month in the building which used to be home to Torrevieja's local train station.

"The councillor for the environment Jose Eduardo Gil Rebollo has said that the museum will start out as part of the Torrevieja Sea and Salt Museum and will contain the skeletons of many sea creatures which have ended up on the shores of Torrevieja over the past few years," the publication noted.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see preserved creatures including a bottlenose dolphin and pilot whale, as well as some pieces of shark skeleton.

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Keep the kids occupied with a holiday at La Manga Club

Brits looking for a resort that has something to offer holidaymakers of all ages may wish to consider taking a break at La Manga Club.

Located in Murcia, the large complex is a great destination for families and boasts an extensive range of sports and leisure facilities.

Children under the age of 12 will have a ball at La Manga's Junior Club, which is open all year round and offers kids the perfect way to make friends and try new activities.

Teenagers are also well catered for at the resort and can enjoy everything from horse riding to quad bike excursions and sailing.

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Enjoy a honeymoon break at La Manga Club

If you're planning to tie the knot this year and want a honeymoon destination where the sun shines all year round, then you may wish to consider a break at La Manga Club in Murcia.

The resort is easily accessible from the UK and is home to a range of sports and leisure facilities, as well as a luxury health spa.

Couples staying at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe can opt for an executive room or royal suite, with all rooms opening on to spacious balconies or terraces.

Some of the activities guests can enjoy during their stay include golf, tennis, swimming, sailing and scuba diving, with Europe's largest saltwater lagoon located just a short distance away.

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Holidays in Spain 'are a great choice for 2010'

Holidays in Spain are an excellent option for Brits hoping to escape the UK and take a break overseas in 2010.

Writing for the Telegraph, Annie Bennett noted that the country still has a great deal to tempt British holidaymakers with.

"Cities apart, driving is an excellent way to explore the country. There is a good motorway network, with tolls on some stretches, but the best drives are usually on smaller roads, where you often hardly see another vehicle," she noted.

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Relax in a villa at La Torre

If you're planning a family holiday in Spain and like the idea of staying in your own property, with the freedom to eat at your own convenience, then you may wish to consider renting a villa at La Torre Resort.

Properties are available with heated swimming pools and gardens, making them an ideal option for families and large groups.

The villas also feature spacious terraces where holidaymakers can enjoy their evening meals or cook up a storm on the barbecue.

What's more, the properties are furnished to an extremely high standard and come equipped with televisions, DVD players, linen, towels, dishwashers and washing machines.

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Celebrate Valentine's Day at La Manga Club

Couples hoping to jet off on a romantic break this Valentine's Day should look no further than La Manga Club.

Located in sunny Murcia and easily accessible from the UK, it is the perfect destination for a short break.

The resort is currently offering a third off the cost of a two-night stay at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe, with Valentine's packages available for just €130 (£115.76) per person, including a gourmet meal.

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Book a townhouse at La Torre

Brits hoping to escape the wintery weather and take a holiday in Spain over the coming months will find no shortage of accommodation options at La Torre Resort.

Located in Murcia, which is served by several airlines from the UK, it has something to suit all tastes, from serviced hotel rooms to self-catering apartments.

One option for holidaymakers is to choose one of La Torre's rental townhouses, which typically have two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

There are three different styles to pick from - Madrono, Cornical and Palmito - and all come furnished to a high standard.

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Ryanair announces £5 seat sale

Brits planning to book flights to Spain may be interested to learn that budget airline Ryanair has launched a new seat sale.

The carrier is releasing 500,000 £5 seats at midnight tonight (January 14th).

Discounts will apply to passengers travelling on selected flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in February and March.

Holidaymakers hoping to book a cheap flight to Spain have been advised that they must do so before midnight on January 18th.

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Brits 'searching for sunshine'

The number of people searching for holidays to Spain and other popular destinations is on the increase, it has been revealed.

Research carried out by Hotels.com found that searches for breaks abroad are up by 400 per cent, with demand set to go through the roof on January 18th – the "most depressing" day of the year.

Alison Couper, global communications director for the website, suggested that the rise in demand is hardly surprising, given the icy conditions currently enveloping the country.

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