The majority of people taking flights to Spain and other destinations are in favour of the introduction of airport body scanners, according to new research.
A poll carried out by flight search site Skyscanner found that 66 per cent of travellers think the machines are a good idea.
However, 30 per cent of those surveyed said they disapprove of scanners, largely for privacy and health reasons.
Commenting on the findings, Barry Smith, Skyscanner's co-founder and business director, said: "As long as the machines are safe and any potential privacy issues can be solved, travellers are in favour of anything which will make flying safer and security checks faster.
If you're starting to notice the first signs of ageing, it could be time to roll back the years by indulging in a relaxing facial treatment.
Spa La Manga Club offers a range of options, with something to suit everyone.
A great choice for first-time spa guests is the refresher facial, which revitalises and rejuvenates tired and dull-looking skin. It includes a face analysis, Hungarian mud treatment and stimulating shoulder massage.
If one of your new year's resolutions is to improve your tennis skills, it could be time to book a break at La Manga Club.
Situated in the popular region of Murcia, the resort is renowned for its exceptional facilities and is home to 28 tennis courts, including 20 clay areas, four hard courts and four AstroTurf zones.
La Manga Club Tennis Centre has previously hosted a number of prestigious events, with everything from the Davis Cup to the Fed Cup taking place there.
Guests of all ages and abilities are catered for at the resort and guests will find a range of tailored programmes and lessons on offer.
Holidays in Spain have been searched for by more holiday home fans than any other type of summer break so far this year, new figures from one portal have shown.
According to holidaylettings.co.uk, the country has been the top summer destination since Boxing Day and is also the number two location for winter sun and Easter.
Those enjoying their golf holidays in Spain at La Torre Golf Resort may wish to take a break from the destination's 18-hole course and head to the nearby Murcia Cathedral for a taste of local history.
The 14th century religious site is free to enter and boasts a mix of impressive architectural designs, covering the gothic, baroque and renaissance periods.
Among the most iconic landmarks in the city, it was built up over the course of 600 years and is famous for its bell tower, which is over 90 metres in height and took two centuries to complete.
Murcia Cathedral is one of a number of locations the La Torre website suggests is worth a visit, along with the Roman Theatre, which is just 20 minutes away from the resort.
Spain is an excellent place to visit for a vacation during the summer, according to one travel company.
Recommending a number of healthy trips for the family this year, First Choice claimed that the country "makes a perfect summer holiday destination".
It focused on health breaks to show the options that are out there for travellers who made new year's resolutions to treat their body better and stay fit throughout 2010.
One ideal location to visit is La Manga Club, a luxury holiday resort in Spain known the world over for its top class leisure and sports facilities.
Those who have decided to take their holidays in Spain at La Manga Club this week can watch three top class women's football matches for free.
At 18:00 local time today, Norway - who finished in third place at the 2009 European Championship - will take on 2007 World Cup quarter-finalists China in a friendly at the luxury resort's football centre, with admission costing absolutely nothing.
Following that, at the same time on Friday January 15th, Norway will face off against Women's Euro 2009 runners-up England, who have been training at the facility this week.
The final game of the series takes place at 16:00 on Saturday January 16th and will see Norway play China again in a rematch.
The owner of El Puntal Equestrian Centre, next to La Manga Club resort in Murcia, has claimed his facility will be able raise the bar for quality of service after the appointment of a new chief instructor.
In an announcement published by the Leader, Nigel Williams said the centre "can now offer a standard of teaching and horse care not previously seen" in the region as a result of Eduardo Rius Brugue taking on the role, claiming that his "experience, knowledge and ability is second to none".
He added that El Puntal can now aim to become "truly top class", which would fit in well with its neighbour La Manga - a luxury destination for holidays in Spain, world renowned for its professional-standard sport offerings.
Mr Brugue, who will also take on the position of general manager, has been teaching for 25 years and has worked alongside successful Olympians Courtney King and Beatriz Ferrer-Salat.
La Manga Club, the luxury holiday resort in Spain, is offering travellers the opportunity to spend seven nights there for the price of five during the May half-term break.
The five-star destination, which is renowned for its world class sports facilities, announced the two nights free special this week, making it available to everyone booking a vacation for the May 24th to June 5th period before February 28th.
Guests already receive complimentary access to the resort's fitness centre and spa, but those taking advantage of this special offer will enjoy a number of other benefits, such as free golf and spa treatments and free kids' club sessions.
They can also cut down on accommodation costs, with rooms for children aged 12 and under at half price and the option to save up to 776 (£693) per double room.
A three-night stay at La Manga Club during May half-term could involve a free Spanish tapas meal for those booking soon.
The luxury holiday resort in Spain has launched a host of special offers for early birds securing their trips for the May 24th to June 5th season before February 28th, one of which is a complimentary repast at restaurant La Bodega.
Noted for its vintage Spanish wine cellar, the eatery is said to offer traditional, local cuisine, packed with "intense and lively flavours" and is one of a wide variety of dining options at La Manga.
The destination has over 20 bars and restaurants, catering to fans of Spanish, Asian, Mexican, Italian and American food.