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Enjoy a horse riding excursion in Spain

One of the great things about taking a holiday in Spain or elsewhere is having the opportunity to try new and exciting activities.

Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find no shortage of ways to stay occupied during their stay, with everything from tennis to sailing on offer.

For people keen to explore the area surrounding the resort, one of the best ways to do so is by taking a horse riding excursion.

The Rancho de la Fuente riding stables are located around five kilometres away from the resort and offer guided trips through the stunning trails of the Calblanque national park.

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'Improve your tennis skills' at La Manga Club

Brits hoping to improve their tennis skills during their next holiday in Spain may wish to consider a break at La Manga Club.

Located in sunny Murcia, the resort boasts 28 tennis courts, as well as an internationally renowned tennis centre and academy.

Guests will find 20 clay courts, four hard courts and four AstroTurf areas, in addition to a squash facility and two paddle tennis courts.

Tuition is available for guests of all ages and abilities, with instructors using the latest digital technology to offer first-class tuition and guidance.

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Enjoy a relaxing dip at La Manga Club

Located in Murcia, La Manga Club basks in sunshine for more than 300 days each year, making it the ideal destination for holidaymakers looking to relax and soak up some rays.

The resort boasts numerous swimming pools and guests will find no shortage of places to enjoy a dip or to sit down with a good book and an ice cold drink.
Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe has its own heated swimming pool, as well as a baby zone and a spacious sun terrace.

Meanwhile, Las Lomas Village is home to two outdoor pools, as well as Spa La Manga Club, which boasts a 25-metre swimming bath, along with a relaxing jacuzzi and sauna.

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Treat yourself to a facial at La Manga Club

Christmas parties, late nights and too much chocolate can wreak havoc on the skin, which is why people taking holidays in Spain over the coming weeks may wish to consider treating themselves to a relaxing facial.

There are a number of different treatments to choose from, with something to suit all skin types.

The Refresher Facial is an ideal option for first-time spa guests and leaves dull skin feeling nourished and rejuvenated.

Designed to restore natural radiance, the ceep cleansing facial purifies and softens the face, while the gentleman's facial offers soothing and youthful results.

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Buy top of the range equipment at La Manga's Golf Shop

Located inside the Club House, La Manga's Golf Shop stocks a wide range of quality clothing and equipment.

The store has recently been extended and refurbished, making it a one-stop-shop for all of your golfing needs.

Clubs manufactured by Callaway, Titleist and TaylorMade are stocked, as well as golf wear by Ashworth, Cutter & Buck, Burberry Golf, Callaway, Lacoste, Marie Valois and Glenmuir.

Guests will also find a large range of balls, shoes and La Manga-branded accessories.

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Play golf at La Manga Club

With most golf courses in the UK currently covered in a thick blanket of snow, it could be time to pack up your clubs and book a holiday to Spain.

La Manga Club is home to three championship golf courses and is renowned for the quality of its sports and leisure facilities.

The resort has previously hosted a number of international tournaments, including the Spanish PGA Championships, Senior Spanish Open and Spanish Juniot Championships.

As well as three great courses, guests will also find an excellent range of practice facilities, with an 80-bay floodlit driving range and a large practice bunker located at La Manga Club.

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Enjoy an after-dinner drink at the Piano Bar

Holidaymakers staying at La Manga Club will be spoilt for choice when it comes to bars and restaurants, with more than 20 venues dotted around the complex.

One place where guests are guaranteed a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere is the Piano Bar, located at the Hotel La Manga Club Príncipe Felipe.

A spacious and modern venue with a comfortable seated lounge area, it is the perfect choice for guests looking to relax after their dinner and enjoy a refreshing drink.

The bar opens nightly from 7pm, with live piano entertainment beginning at 11pm.

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Book a signature treatment at La Manga Club

If you're heading to La Manga Club and can't decide what treatment to enjoy in the spa, you may wish to consider booking one of their signature therapies.

The Lomi Juma, Floral and Mineral Spa Rituals are based on traditional holistic treatments from around the globe.

Each involves a honey scrub exfoliation to smooth and nourish the skin, as well as purifying hot and cold mud wraps and a luxurious massage ritual.

Guests can choose from the Hawaiian Lomi Jumi, which is an uplifting and energising massage, or the Indian Floral and Mexican Mineral, which help to boost circulation and enhance wellbeing.

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Experience the Mediterranean at Spa La Manga Club

As well as enjoying traditional therapies, guests holidaying at La Manga Club can indulge in some unique Mediterranean-themed treatments.

The therapeutic Mar Menor mud treatment involves a warm body wrap, regenerative facial and an invigorating facial cream application.

Moisturiser is also applied to the body, which promotes muscle and joint relief, as well as softening the skin.

Another Mediterranean therapy that guests can enjoy is the olive marmalade cellulite treatment.

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Dine in style at Amapola Restaurant

Located at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe, the Amapola Restaurant is the perfect choice for guests who want to enjoy a memorable meal while on holiday in Spain.

The renowned eatery features a stylish dining room with an impressive show kitchen, as well as two private areas and a terrace with views over the resort's golf courses.

Guests can expect to find a range of delicious dishes on the menu, including fresh seafood from the Mar Menor, meat from the Sierra de Guardarrama, rice from Calasparra, tomatoes from Mazarron, tasty cheeses from Zamora and sobrasada from Mallorca.

Executive chef Nicolas Cedro said that only the finest ingredients are used.

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