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Loose Women take a holiday in Spain

Loose Women stars Carol McGiffin and Sherrie Hewson have been spotted soaking up the sunshine on a holiday in Spain.

Pictured in the Daily Mail, the bikini-clad presenters spent time sipping champagne by their hotel pool and chatting to other guests.

The pair had travelled to Spain to celebrate the opening of TV chef John-Christophe Novelli's new restaurant.

Several other celebrities also made an appearance at the launch, including former Eastenders actor Joe Swash and television presenters Angellica Bell and Michael Underwood.

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'Discover Spanish Culture' in Murcia

Those taking holidays in Murcia next month will have the opportunity attend one of the city's premier cultural events.

Taking place from May 13th to 23rd, the Murcia Tres Culturas International Festival features events based on Christianity, Judaism and Islam, according to events site WhatsonWhen.

The festival promotes the mixing of cultures and visitors can expect to see everything from flamenco dancing to medieval music concerts.

Poetry recitals, book readings, American gospel concerts and choral performances will also be taking place over the ten days.

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Celtic 'refreshed' after break at La Manga Club

Scottish football champs Glasgow Celtic are feeling refreshed for their final games of the season after a break at La Manga Club in Spain.

The team travelled to the resort following their recent 2-0 victory over Aberdeen, giving players the chance to relax and train in the sunshine.

La Manga certainly seems to have gained to approval of striker Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink who said the resort has a great range of sports and leisure facilities.

"I've been before with PSV and La Manga is a great facility and you have everything there to improve and work as a player," he added.

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Improve your tennis skills while holidaying at La Manga Club

As well as spending time at the beach and relaxing by the pool, those taking holidays at La Manga Club can also make use of the resort's exceptional sports facilities.

Home to 28 multi-surface tennis courts, La Manga is the perfect destination for Brits looking to improve their skills on the court.

Players of all abilities are catered for at the resort, with professional coaching staff on hand to provide lessons and offer guidance.

La Manga has its own Tennis Academy, staffed by a dedicated team of tennis pros and players can improve their game even more by making use of the facility's state-of-the art video analysis technology.

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Brits head to Malaga and Alicante for May bank holiday

Malaga and Alicante have been named as two of the most popular destinations for Brits heading abroad over the May bank holiday weekend.

Figures compiled by Skyscanner show that holidays in Spain are still popular, with places such as Rome, Dublin and Paris all trailing behind in the poll.

Gareth Williams, chief executive of Skyscanner, said the findings indicate that despite the weak pound, people are still keen to travel within the eurozone.

"May Day is an ideal time to hit the beach in Malaga.

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Improve your golf skills at La Manga Club

Those considering an active holiday in Spain may be interested to learn that La Manga Club has launched a new unlimited golf package.

Ideal for those who want to cram as much time on the course as possible into their break, four and seven-night stays are available, which include unlimited golf on each day – except arrival and departure days – and a daily breakfast buffet at the resort's Amapola Restaurant.

Guests opting for this deal are also entitled to a ten per cent discount at the resort's Pro Shop.

Home to three championship courses, La Manga is renowned for the quality of its sporting facilities and also boasts its own golf academy, which offers tuition to guests.

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Golf holidays at La Manga Club

Those looking to take a relaxing golf holiday this year should look no further than La Manga Club in Spain.

Situated near Murcia, the resort basks in sunshine throughout the year and is widely considered to be one of Europe's top golf destinations.

La Manga boasts three championship golf courses and with airlines such as Ryanair, Jet2, bmibaby and easyJet all serving the south of Spain, the resort is easily accessible for those travelling from the UK.

In addition, it has scooped several prestigious awards in the past and was named as Europe's leading golf destination at the World Travel Awards in 2001, 2003 and 2005.

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Entrepreneurs invest in golf site

Those taking golf holidays at La Manga Club may be interested to learn that a website, developed in 2007 for golf enthusiasts, is to benefit from investment from Chris Brown and Chris Clarkson.

The duo, who founded Holiday Watchdog, will also be offering their entrepreneurial experience to FindTheFairways.com, which was created by amateur golfers.

According to TravelMole, the website gives players advice and tips, without forcing them to sign up to marketing emails.

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La Manga golf holiday up for grabs for pub workers

People thinking about Golf Holidays in Spain may be interested to learn that such a break is one of the prizes on offer to participants in the The Publican Pub Gold Tournament 2009.

This year's amateur event is sponsored Fuller's London Pride and is one of the largest competition's of its kind in the UK.

Golfers of all standards are invted to take part in the competition, which is now in its 17th year. Lady golfers and mixed team are also welcome to compete.

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County Wexford golfers claim La Manga prize

A group of young golfers from Ireland continued their winning streak with victory in a La Manga tournament this month.

Golf holidays to La Manga Club are loved by many golfers, but the resort is also the setting for more nail-biting sporting events such as the Home Nations inter-club championship.

This year's trophy was taken by the youngsters of Rosslare in County Wexford, with Gary Collins, Conor Kelly, Ross Young, Ian Cuddihy and Eamon Kelly all doing their club proud, the Irish Independent reports.

The success follows their recent exploits at the Fred Daly Trophy, at which they also emerged with the top prize.

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