The snow may be falling in the UK, but guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find no shortage of places to relax and soak up the sunshine.
Situated in the Murcia region of Spain, the resort basks in warm weather for most of the year and is the perfect option for people who want to escape the bleak weather in the UK.
Holidaymakers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to swimming pools, with several dotted around the complex.
The Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe boasts its own heated indoor pool, as well as a children's area and large sun terrace.
The majority of Brits are planning to take holidays to Spain and other popular destinations over the coming year, it has been revealed.
A recent survey carried out by travel site Simonseeks found that 56 per cent of people are turning their backs on so-called staycations and hope to take a holiday abroad over the next 12 months.
More than half of respondents said they would be willing to cut back on luxury items and meals out in order to fund their break.
Furthermore, 40 per cent said they would consider taking on overtime at work to pay for their holiday to Spain or elsewhere.
After a day of sunbathing or playing golf there is nothing better than sitting down to a relaxing meal and guests staying at La Manga Club will certainly find no shortage of places to choose from.
The complex boasts several bars and restaurants, with something to suit people of all tastes.
For delicious pizzas and pastas served in rustic Italian surroundings, guests can head to Luigi's in Las Lomas Village.
Elsewhere, guests will find a range of tasty Mediterranean cuisine on offer at the Amapola Restaurant, which boasts a stunning terrace and spectacular views of the golf course.
Short honeymoons - or so-called minimoons - are likely to prove popular over the coming year, it has been claimed.
Rachel Southwood, director at Wedding Ideas Magazine, suggested that couples often opt for a short break after they tie the knot in order to take a more luxurious holiday to Spain or elsewhere once they have recouped their funds.
"We expect Mauritius and the Maldives to see a resurgence in popularity. It's also going to be a snowy or city break kind of year," she commented.
If the idea of arriving at your apartment and being greeted by a stocked fridge appeals to you, then you may wish to consider booking a welcome food pack.
A number of different options are available and can be ordered at La Manga's Resort Reservations Centre up to 48 hours prior to your arrival.
The food bundles contain basics such as bread, milk, jam, cheese, cooked ham, bacon, tea bags and orange juice, helping you to get your holiday off to a stress-free start.
Barbecue packs are also available and are a great option for guests who fancy cooking up a storm and enjoying a meal on their own private terrace.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find no shortage of places to enjoy a light bite to eat throughout the day, with a wide range of cafes and bars dotted around the resort.
The Deli Cafe is the perfect spot to enjoy a sandwich during the day and to take in the spectacular views from outside. Guests will also find a selection of groceries and essential items on sale there.
Another great venue for an afternoon snack is the Tie Break.
If you are planning take a family holiday in Spain this year, then why not consider renting a villa at La Torre Resort.
Located in the sun-soaked Murcia region of the country, the complex enjoys warm weather all year round and boasts an exceptional range of facilities, including a golf course, tennis court and luxury health spa.
Rental villas are available with and without pools, making them a great option for large groups and families with small children.
The properties are furnished to the highest standards and come equipped with air conditioning units, televisions, DVD players, dishwashers and washing machines.
Those hoping to escape the snow and take a holiday in Spain this winter may wish to consider a break at La Torre Intercontinental Hotel.
Located in Murcia, it forms part of a large sports and leisure complex, making an ideal choice for people keen to take part in new activities while abroad.
Rooms at the five-star hotel are furnished to the highest standards and come equipped with televisions, a mini-bar, air conditioning unit and elegant bath robes.
When it comes to dining, guests will find three restaurants to choose from, as well as an extensive room service menu.
Guests holidaying at La Torre Resort in Spain will certainly find no shortage of things to do when it comes to sports and leisure activities.
A great way to spend an afternoon during your visit is to explore the area surrounding the resort and one way to see the sights is to take an exhilarating quad bike excursion.
These are organised by local company Quad Espuna, which currently operates four bikes.
The machines are road-legal and holidaymakers are able to stay in constant contact with their guide via a microphone system.
Millions of Brits are set to jet off on holiday to Spain over the coming year, it has been revealed.
Figures compiled by flight search site Skyscanner show that is the most searched for destination for people travelling abroad in 2010.
Other Spanish hotspots include Alicante, which took third position on the list.
Commenting on the findings, Skysanner co-founder and business director Barry Smith said: "These early indications show that Spain is still by far the most popular destination for British travellers.