With over 20 bars and restaurants, visitors to La Manga Club will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining.
There is something to suit everyone's tastes, with an array of global cuisine on offer.
Elegant and distinguished, the Amapola Restaurant serves up the very best in Mediterranean cuisine and offers stunning views of the resort's championship golf courses.
Those looking for something a little different can visit India Restaurant, which is located on the top floor spa building and offers authentic dining in a sophisticated and stylish setting.
With 28 multi-surface courts, the tennis facilities at La Manga Club are among the best in Europe.
Just a short flight away from the UK, La Manga Club is the ideal destination for Britons looking to improve their technique.
The resort can cater for players of all abilities and those who want to take their training a little further can sign up to one of the courses offered by La Manga Club's Tennis Academy.
From five-day courses to two-hour coaching sessions, there is help available to suit everyone.
If circuit training in the gym sounds too strenuous, then perhaps La Manga Club's exclusive spa circuits are just what you need.
Designed to provide holidaymakers with a totally relaxing experience, Spa La Manga Club is now offering two spa circuits which combine a number of relaxing treatments.
Upon arrival at the spa guests are given an introductory tour of the facilities and allowed time to relax in a soothing sea salt and camomile hydrotherapy bath.
A gentle head and shoulder massage follows, before visitors are offered the choice of either a therapeutic mud wrap or a relaxing wine and honey wrap.
While La Manga Club offers excellent activities and facilities for adults, the kids have not been forgotten about.
The luxury resort has plenty on offer for children to help make the most of a family holiday in the sun.
Golf and tennis fans both young and old are able to take advantage of the excellent facilities at La Manga Club, which includes both a golf and tennis academy.
Other academies where young ones can hone their skills include a football and goalkeeping academy, as well as academies for cricket and dancing.
People who are spending time in Tajo during their holidays in Spain this week could catch a glimpse of royalty on Thursday.
Spanish King Juan Carlos is set to attend a ceremony at the Real Maestranza de Caballeria where grants will be given to students, according to the Euro Weekly News website.
This visit to the Royal School of Cavalry will be the king's third visit to Ronda. The last time he was in the area was 11 years ago when he attended the bullfight Corrida Goyesca.
Renovation in Torrevieja is moving ahead with new plans for development in a bid to attract those enjoying a holiday in Spain, according to a local official.
Mayor Pedro Angel Hernandez Mateo announced plans to revamp the local waterfront as part of a larger plan to boost tourism in this area of the Costa Blanca, reports the Euro Weekly News website.
Speaking on local television, Mr Mateo explained that the new development in the Salinas area would span some 7,000 square metres.
This is the latest plans by the local government to make the area more attractive to people on holidays in Spain.
People visiting Torremolinos in Andalucia during their holidays in Spain are able to enjoy an "authentic" experience.
This is according to the British Airways Highlife magazine, which listed the area among its 50 most authentic places on earth.
Four decades of "mass tourism" have not crushed the true Spanish soul of Torremolinos, according to the publication.
It states that the "bustling" town continues to evolve, with fashionable architects admiring the high-rise hotels, dating back to the 1950s and 1960s, in Torremolinos.
The first delivery of timber that will be used for the life-sized reconstruction of the historical Galveztown has arrived in Malaga.
Work on the construction of the replica brig, which will measure 20 metres in length, started earlier this year.
According to the Euro Weekly News website, 20 tonnes of American live oak was delivered in Malaga, with a further 220 expected for the project.
The Galveztown holds special significance for the people of Malaga, as the original was commanded by local man Bernando de Galvez in the 18th century to capture Pensacola Bay in Florida.
People enjoying holidays in Spain this year have the opportunity to witness a special event this Friday in Malaga.
On November 28th the some 3.7 million Christmas lights will be switched on in the city, which is the most festive lights ever witnessed in Malaga, according to Typically Spanish.
The festive lights will use new LED technology in order to reduce energy consumption and the spectacular display will be illuminated for 40 nights.
All-inclusive holiday bookings are on the increase, as British travellers look for ways to cut costs, it has been found.
Reluctant to give up their holidays altogether, Britons are looking to save money by cutting down on food and drink expenditure.
Figures from travel company On the Beach show that all-inclusive bookings for 2009 are up by 43 per cent on 2008, with half-board bookings rising by 26 per cent.
Self-catering bookings for the same period have dropped by 18 per cent.