Players looking to improve their golfing skills during the winter months may wish to consider taking a break at La Manga Club in Spain.
Located in sunny Murcia, the resort basks in warm temperatures for most of the year and is the ideal place to visit once it becomes chilly in the UK.
La Manga boasts three 18-hole championship courses that are set in tranquil surroundings and each have their own unique feel.
Furthermore, guests can also make use of the outstanding practice areas, which include a floodlit driving range, two chipping greens and a pitch and putt course.
As well as enjoying all of the sports and leisure activities on offer at La Manga Club, guests will also find plenty of exciting places to explore outside of the resort.
One way of doing this is to take a horseback excursion around the stunning Calblanque National Park, which is an unspoilt area of Mediterranean coastline comprising of beaches, cliffs, hiking trails and pretty coves.
Guests can arrange their trips through the nearby Rancho de la Fuente riding stables, where guided tours are on offer.
Pony trekking excursions are also available for children, with the stables offering short accompanied rides through the surrounding countryside.
Families looking for a resort that caters for everyone from toddlers to adults may wish to consider a break at La Manga Club in Spain.
The complex has something to suit holidaymakers of all ages and tastes, with its unrivalled sporting facilities and range of children's clubs.
Under-12s can make new friends and stay active by joining the Junior Club, which offers them a specially devised programme featuring everything from football to crazy golf competitions.
Teenagers are also well catered for and can take part in a range of exciting activities, such as windsurfing, go-karting and quad bike excursions.
With the chilly season well and truly underway in the UK, it could be time to pack your suitcase and take a relaxing holiday in Spain.
Located in the stunning region of Murcia, La Manga Club is the ideal place to banish the winter blues and enjoy a break over the festive season.
One of the best ways to get into the holiday mood is to unwind with a luxury spa treatment and guests will find no shortage of options on offer at the resort.
Spa La Manga Club offers a wide range of facials, massages and other beauty therapies, with signature treatments including the Hawaiian Lomi Juma and the Mexican Mineral a circulation-boosting hot and cold stone massage.
Those taking holidays to Spain and other popular destinations are keen to try new activities and develop their skills, it has been claimed.
Sharron Livingston, editor at thetravelmagazine.net, suggested that since the culture for regular travel emerged, people are no longer satisfied with simply lying on the beach and topping up their tan.
"Travellers look for something a little different.
Brits taking holidays at La Manga Club will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the range of water activities on offer.
The resort, which is based in the stunning Murcia area of Spain, is situated beside Europe's largest saltwater lagoon and is an ideal destination for water sports enthusiasts.
Some of the activities on offer include sailing, windsurfing, waterskiing and escorted jet-ski rides.
Meanwhile, those who prefer to explore the Mar Menor lagoon at a more leisurely pace can take a boat excursion and let someone else so the hard work.
For those who enjoy dining as much as they do playing sport, La Manga Club is the ideal destination.
The resort boasts more than 20 bars and restaurants, with something to suit all tastes.
For a delicious Mediterranean meal in stylish surroundings guests can head to the Amapola Restaurant, which has a stunning terrace offering views of the golf course.
Those looking for something a little more exotic can treat themselves to dinner in the Asia Restaurant or enjoy Mexican cuisine at the Andale, while Uncle Sam's American Restaurant is ideal for a casual family dinner.
Holidaymakers keen to improve their golf skills may wish to consider a stay at La Manga Club in Spain.
Situated on the Costa Calida, the resort boasts an exceptional range of facilities and basks in sunshine for over 300 days a year.
The La Manga Club Academy of Golf offers tuition and courses for players of all abilities, with a large team of professional instructors on hand.
Facilities at the academy include two indoor teaching studios and the latest video analysis technology is available to help players improve their game.
British consumers are still booking holidays to Spain and other destinations, it has been claimed.
However, a new poll has revealed that holidaymakers are planning to spend almost £300 less this year.
Research carried out by Holiday-Rentals revealed that the average family is planning to spend £2,092 on a break abroad this year.
The poll suggested that the biggest cutbacks will be on transport, with families expected to spend £82 less on getting to their destination than they did in 2007.
Those heading on tennis holidays at La Manga Club in the coming months will be able to get even more value for money, thanks to the resort's Free Nights offer.
Guests at the five-star La Manga Club Principe Filipe hotel and the four-star Las Lomas Village can take advantage of the deal, which runs through medium and high season and applies to rooms only.
At the hotel, holidaymakers can enjoy one night in every four for free during medium season and one in seven in summer.
For those booking Spanish holiday villas at Las Lomas Village, two nights in every seven will be complimentary during both seasons, while one in every four will be free during medium season.