Brits holidaying at La Manga Club will find no shortage of exciting activities to enjoy. In fact, it is possible to try something new every day.
Aside from sports such as golf and tennis, guests can try everything from go-karting to bowling.
The green at La Manga's Tennis Centre is one of Spain's only natural grass bowling areas.
Holidaying at La Manga Club is a great way to stay active and encourage family members to try out new sports.
Children staying at the resort can take part in specially-designed courses at the Junior Tennis Academy or even put their game to the test in one of La Manga's competitions.
Courses run from Monday to Friday and are available for children of all ages. Children under the age of six can book a Mini Tennis course, which involves 45 minutes of tuition every day from Monday to Friday.
As well as enjoying the fantastic sports facilities on offer at La Manga, guests will find plenty of opportunities to relax and unwind.
Spa La Manga Club offers a range of treatments, including a wide selection of massages, with something to suit everyone.
An excellent option for first-time spa guests is the Swedish massage, which helps to ease sore muscles and improve circulation.
Deep tissue treatments are also on offer and are ideal for guests who play sports regularly and lead an active life.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find no shortage of places to sunbathe and enjoy a relaxing swim.
The resort is home to several pools, with a mixture of indoor, outdoor and heated facilities available.
Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe has its own large swimming pool with a separate area for babies and a large sun terrace for holidaymakers who want to soak up the sunshine and top up their tan.
Holidaymakers who want to cool off by taking a dip indoors will find a 25-metre pool at Spa La Manga Club, as well as a jaccuzzi and sauna.
Some of sport's top executives are set to gather at La Manga Club next March, it has been announced.
The resort has been selected to host the prestigious Leaders in Football conference, which brings together representatives from Europe's top clubs.
Executives from teams including Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus, Inter Milan, Bayern Munich, Celtic and Rangers will all be attending the event.
Top brass from the FA, UEFA and FIFA are also set to spend three days networking and attending meetings at La Manga Club.
People who enjoy hill-walking and jogging will be in their element holidaying at La Manga Club.
The popular resort is bordered by the stunning Calblanque National Park and guests will find no shortage of places to explore on foot.
There are dozens of excellent walking and jogging routes in the area surrounding La Manga and most are well-marked and easy to navigate.
For spectacular views, guests can take a stroll through the nearby village of Los Belones and climb to the summit of La Fuente hill, which takes around 45 minutes.
For most people, having the opportunity to dine out nightly is one of the highlights of travelling overseas and those holidaying at La Manga Club will certainly not be disappointed by the food on offer there.
The resort is home to more than 20 bars and restaurants, meaning guests are likely to be spoiled for choice.
There is something to suit all tastes, from the elegant Amapola Restaurant to the relaxed Uncle Sam's, which serves up a range of American-inspired cuisine.
For a traditional Spanish meal, holidaymakers can head to La Bodega, where they will find a selection of tasty tapas dishes and fine wines.
Brits holidaying at La Manga Club will be spoiled for choice when it comes to sports and leisure activities, with a wide range of things on offer.
For those who want to explore the area that surrounds the resort, one of the best ways to do so is by booking a horse riding lesson or excursion.
The Rancho de la Fuente riding stables, which are located around five kilometres from La Manga Club, offer guided rides that take in the stunning countryside and unspoilt beaches of the Calblanque National Park.
Riders of all ages and abilities are catered for, with pony trekking excursions also available for the little ones.
If getting into shape and toning up is your new year's resolution, then you may wish to consider giving yourself a kick start by holidaying at La Manga Club in January.
The resort, which is located in sunny Murcia, boats an excellent range of sports and leisure facilities, which means that shifting those excess pounds may not be as difficult as you thought it would be.
La Manga's Fitness Centre is home to a 25-metre indoor pool, as well as a spacious gymnasium where guests will find a range of state-of-the-art equipment.
There is also a stretching area, fitness studio, physiotherapy room and consultation zone.
Known as the Little Sea, the Mar Menor is Europe's largest saltwater lagoon and one of Spain's most popular natural attractions.
Bordering La Manga Club, the expanse of water is mild even in the winter months and is the ideal place to take a relaxing dip or try out some water-based activities.
At less than seven metres at its deepest point, it is widely considered to be one of Europe's best sailing destinations and is a popular choice for those who also enjoy sports such as canoeing and waterskiing.
As well as exploring the Mar Menor, guests can visit the picturesque villages that surround it, which include Los Alcazares and Santiago de la Ribera.