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Detox at La Manga Club

Let's face it, it's only natural to over-indulge a little during the festive season and enjoy one glass of vino too many.

However, guests staying at La Manga Club can detox their bodies by indulging in one of the sumptuous spa treatments available at the resort.

Spa La Manga Club offers a wide range of relaxing treatments designed to revitalise the body, including body scrubs, wraps and deep tissue massages.

Those looking for something extra comforting may wish to consider a Chocotherapy treatment, which involves a full-body chocolate massage with cocoa butter and sweet almond oil.

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Drop those festive pounds at La Manga Club

With the festive season over it's time to get back in shape and prepare for the year ahead.

Those looking to burn off the excess calories they consumed over Christmas may wish to consider a trip to La Manga Club in Spain.

Situated in the sunny Murcia region, La Manga is the ideal place to get in shape and with 28 multi-surface tennis courts, three championship golf courses and a state-of-the-art health and fitness centre, guests will be spoilt for choice.

La Manga is bordered on two sides by a national park and guests can also keep fit by exploring the surrounding countryside.

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Brits flock to Spain for festive fun in the sun

Thousands of British holidaymakers are preparing to take flights to Spain with low-fares airline Monarch over the coming week.

Last week Monarch revealed it will be flying over 140,000 passengers to destinations such as Spain before January 5th.

According to the airline, some of its most popular routes include Alicante and Malaga, with British holidaymakers clearly attracted by the warm weather, unspoiled beaches and fantastic range of visitor facilities.

Fellow budget airline bmibaby announced last week that it experienced a "surge" in bookings after launching a sale earlier this month.

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Holidaymakers urged to 'pack with care'

Britons taking flights to Spain over the festive season have been urged to pack their suitcases with care.

BAA, which operates several of the country's biggest airports, has warned passengers that hand-luggage restrictions still apply and that liquids over 100 ml are to be stored in the hold.

Sharp items such as tweezers and nail scissors are also prohibited and passengers are advised to leave their present wrapping until they reach their destination.

Ian Hutcheson, BAA security director, commented: "We want to ensure the security process is as efficient as possible, and so we’re advising passengers to check the hand baggage restrictions before they come to the airport.

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Spain set for mild winter

There is good news for those taking holidays to Spain over the coming months, after it was revealed that the country is set to enjoy a mild winter.

Spanish Meteorological Agency AHMET has predicted that an anticyclone will prevent rain for the majority of the country until at least Christmas day, reported Typically Spanish.

Furthermore, forecasters believe the next three months will be warmer than usual, with temperatures remaining mild until March.

The weather prediction is good news for those holidaying at La Manga Club during the winter months, with guests able to enjoy the resort's outdoor facilities.

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Avoid money mishaps on holiday in Spain

Britons taking holidays in Spain can save hundreds of pounds by choosing the right credit card, it has been claimed.

According to Moneysupermarket, holidaymakers are] creating unnecessary stress for themselves by failing to notify their banks when they travel abroad.

Research carried out by the organisation revealed that one in nine people have had problems with using their cards and withdrawing cash when on holiday.

Just 31 per cent of people who travelled abroad this year informed their debit or credit card provider.

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Over-60s book holidays to Spain online

It's not just the younger generation who are tech-savvy, a recent survey has revealed that over half of OAPs book their holidays to Spain and other destinations online.

The study, carried out by, found that 62 per cent of over-60s now book their holidays online, with 74 per cent of those claiming that they learnt to use the internet specifically to search for good deals.

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Average cost of hotel rooms falls

The average cost of staying in a hotel is dropped over the last year, it has been found.

Research carried by revealed that globally, the cost of the average hotel room dropped by three per cent between July and September, compared to the same period in 2007.

David Roche, the president of the site, said that he expected prices to fall even further over the coming year and suggested that those taking holidays in Spain will find some excellent deals.

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Brits cut back on luxuries to save holidays

British consumers are spending less on luxury items and food in order to save for their holidays in Spain and other foreign destinations, it has been revealed.

A recent survey by VisitBritain and Visit London found that 90 per cent of people are planning to spend less money this year. Of those surveyed, 80 per cent said they plan to spend less on food and 67 per cent said they aim to cut down on new clothes.

However, just 45 per cent of people said they are prepared to reduce the amount they spend on holidays.

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Enjoy fantastic customer care on flights to Spain

Holidaymakers taking flights to Spain may be interested to learn that budget airline Ryanair has been ranked ahead of British Airways and BMI in terms of punctuality and the ability to look after luggage.

Figures from the Association of European Airlines (AEA) found that 88 per cent of Ryanair flights arrive on time, compared to 77 per cent of BMI flights and 73 per cent of British Airways.

It also emerged that BMI loses 25 bags per 1,000 compared to Ryanair, which loses less than one.

Commenting on the findings, spokesman Stephen Mcnamara commented: "The AEA statistics prove that nobody beats Ryanair's customer service.

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