Families planning to escape the chilly weather and jet off to warmer climes this year may wish to consider a break in Spain.
Located in the region of Murcia, La Manga Club is the ideal choice for those with children.
Youngsters are well catered for at the resort, particularly when it comes to dining.
Children are welcome in the majority of restaurants and bars, with family favourites including Luigi's, which serves up a range of Italian cuisine.
As well as three championship golf courses, La Manga Club is also home to a range of practice facilities.
Guests staying at the resort can make use of the par 47 pitch and putt course, which is finely manicured and can be enjoyed by players of all abilities.
It is ideal for those who want to hone their short game and comes complete with bunkers and water features.
The pitch and putt area is located opposite the tennis centre and is a great facility for players wanting to practice in a picturesque garden-style area.
There is nothing like enjoying a refreshing drink after a taxing round of golf and guests holidaying at La Manga Club will have no shortage of venues to choose from.
The resort's clubhouse is home to a number of bars and restaurants, with something to cater for all tastes.
Bar 37 is one of the most popular golfer's haunts. Decorated in an elegant colonial style, it is the ideal place to sit back and enjoy a post-game tipple or a light bite to eat.
Finding a resort that caters for children, teens and adults is often a tricky task. However, families holidaying at La Manga Club in Murcia will find no shortage of activities on offer to keen everyone occupied.
Children aged 13 and over will find a wide range of things to do during their stay.
As well as brushing up their skills by enrolling on a course at one of La Manga's sports academies, they can try their hand at water-based activities on the Mar Menor.
Located in the sun-soaked area of Murcia, La Manga Club is the ideal place to try your hand at scuba diving.
The resort is bordered by the Mar Menor - Spain's largest saltwater lagoon - and within easy reach of several popular coves and beaches.
Based at La Manga from Easter until November, the Adventure Divers team offers a range of courses, with something to offer people of all ages and abilities.
The most popular option is the open water course, which lasts between three and four days.
As well as making use of the sports and leisure facilities on offer at the resort, guests holidaying at La Manga Club can relax and indulge in some pampering.
The complex is home to a luxury health spa that offers a range of sumptuous treatments, including body therapies and massages that are guaranteed to leave you feeling revived and rejuvenated.
A scrub is an ideal choice for those with dry and dull skin. The exfoliating treatment helps to improve circulation and banish dead cells, leaving the body looking softer, smoother and more radiant.
Brits planning to take a break at La Manga Club this year may be interested to learn that the resort has launched a new Funlandia programme aimed at families.
A host of special activities will be laid on for guests during the Easter holidays, May half-term, summer and October half-term.
Family members of all ages are catered for, with soft play areas for toddlers and disco sessions for teens.
A number of sports matches and tournaments will be taking place, as well as movie screenings and a bingo night.
Guests holidaying at La Manga will be spoiled for choice when it comes to dining, with more than 20 bars and restaurants to choose from.
For a truly memorable meal, holidaymakers can head to the resort's flagship Amapola Restaurant.
The menu features a range of tasty Mediterranean-inspired dishes, with many options made from locally sourced ingredients.
These include fresh fish and seafood from the nearby Mar Menor, as well as ox-meat from the Sierra de Guardarrama, rice from Calasparra, tomatoes from Mazarroon and cured cheese from Zamora.
As well as several restaurants serving evening meals, La Manga Club is home to a number of bars and cafes that offer snacks and light bites throughout the day.
After a morning relaxing by the pool or playing sport, there is nothing better than enjoying a long lunch.
Located at Las Lomas Village, the Deli Cafe is the perfect spot to enjoy breakfast and read the newspaper or have a delicious freshly-made sandwich in the afternoon.
Elsewhere, the Tie Break bar in the tennis centre is a great place to refuel after a gruelling match or practice session.
Home to 28 tennis courts, La Manga Club is the perfect destination for anyone keen to improve their technique or learn more about the sport.
The resort is renowned for the quality of its facilities and has hosted several high-profile events in the past, including the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and numerous ATP tournaments.
La Manga's tennis academy offers one-to-one tuition and intensive courses, with holidaymakers benefiting from the latest V1 digital coaching technology.
Players of all ages are catered for at the resort and guests can choose between clay courts, hard courts and artificial grass areas.