La Manga Club is famous for its outstanding sports facilities, with three golf courses, 28 tennis courts and a host of training pitches.
Members of the Celtic squad recently heaped praise on the resort for the standards they experienced when taking a break there - a chorus to which one cricketer has now added her voice.
Diane Pedgrift has recently been selected for the Scottish women's cricket side and spent time last week at the ICC Europe Training Camp.
Commenting on the spell, she told the Arbroath Herald that she had "an excellent time" on the training holiday in La Manga Club.
Lessons from a professional golfer or a tennis coach could be high on the agenda for many London-based holidaymakers, it has been suggested.
A survey found that nearly three-quarters (73 per cent) of adults in the English capital would like to pick up a new skill while away.
Meanwhile, 52 per cent of Britons said in the YouGov and VisitScotland poll that they would like to take part in a relaxing activity ruing their break.
Perhaps golf holidays in Spain could be a good option for these people, as the year-round sunshine makes it a perfect destination for those who enjoy a gentle day on the fairways.
Those booking golf holidays in Spain now have even more reason to choose La Manga Club, after the resort revealed it will be offering free rounds to many guests.
Golfers who make their bookings for holidays at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe before May 18th will be entitled to a free round for each night they stay.
That equates to a saving of 71 euros (£48) a day, meaning golfers could be saving hundreds over a week-long break.
The deal applies to any holiday taken before July 10th or between August 23rd and 31st.
A trip to La Manga was one of the key moments in the season for newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers, believes their hero of the hour.
Kyel Reid, who came off the bench at the weekend to score a late equaliser and seal Wolves' place at the top of the Championship, said a break at the resort recharged the squad's batteries at exactly the right time.
The side had fallen into something of a rut but their time in the Murcia sunshine seemed to the trick, with a run of seven wins, three draws and two defeats coming afterwards.
"We hit a rough patch but the week we had at La Manga helped us and we needed that team spirit back," the 21-year-old, who is on loan from West Ham, told the Express and Star.
A footballer who recently spent time at La Manga Club has spoken of his high regard for the resort as he continues his recuperation from injury.
Stephen McManus, who plays in defence for Celtic, travelled to La Manga with the rest of the squad for a mid-season break before the campaign's final run-in and lavished praise on the resort on his return.
"The facilities at La Manga were absolutely superb," he recounted.
"The pitches were immaculate and the gaffer was able to do a lot of work and work some of the lads really hard.
Despite what their rivals may think, Celtic's footballers were far from holidaying at La Manga Club when they visited the resort recently.
Instead, the team were busy making use of the first-class training facilities - as well as taking advantage of the year-round climate that the Murcia region affords.
The break was particularly useful for defender Stephen McManus, who used the time in the Spanish sun to continue building up his fitness as he fights back from injury.
"It certainly wasn't a holiday.
As holidaymakers surfed the web in March searching for their ideal spring or summer break, two words that came more readily than most were 'Alicante' and 'flight'.
According to research company Greenlight Search, the term 'Alicante flight' accounted for 12 per cent of all searches for short-haul holidays last month.
Overall, short-haul was the largest destination category in the firm's study, with 48 per cent of searches being for holidays in Spain and other nearby countries.
British holidaymakers planning on holidaying in La Manga Club may find that their flight takes them to Alicante, which is located close to the resort.
Holidaying to La Manga Club could be on the cards for many Irish travellers, judging by the latest figures on holiday trends this summer.
The Irish Tour Operators Federation claimed that despite a fall in the number of seats available through its members, certain destinations remain popular for summer 2009.
In particular, Reus, Alicante and the rest of Spain were the fifth most popular holiday hotspots revealed in the survey of travel agents.
That ranking places the Spanish resorts higher than locations such as Greece, Tenerife, Italy/Cyprus and Ibiza/Menorca.
It is around this time of year that Falkirk assistant boss Brian Rice turns his thoughts towards holidays in Spain.
However, this time around, the professional has had to cancel his end-of-season break due to the team's successful cup run.
Falkirk, managed by John 'Yogi' Hughes, meet Rangers in the Scottish cup final - a fixture which clashes with his annual Spanish holiday.
And while the game is a dream come true for Rice, he is also bemoaning his luck after deciding to book the holiday early.
Hull City manager Phil Brown was recently reported to be taking a mid-season break in Portugal - but he insists he was actually in Spain.
The boss, whose team remain perilously close to relegation as the Premier League season edges to its close, was criticised for heading abroad, but he claims the reports were off the mark.
What's more, his flights to and from Spain were not booked with relaxation in mind, he told the Mirror.
"I understand you're in the public eye and everything you do is scrutinised but concerning those reports I was on holiday in Portugal, I can guarantee I was in Spain on a scouting mission," he explained.