If you dream of tying the knot in the sunshine and treating your guests to a meal in luxury surroundings, then look no further than La Manga Club.
From start to finish, couples will be assisted in planning every part of their big day and La Manga offers a number of venues and function rooms, with something to suit all tastes.
The Gran Salon Panorama at Las Lomas Village is the ideal place to host a reception, with spectacular views and a large terrace.
There are a wide range of wedding menus available and guests will be in safe hands with the world-renowned Hyatt chefs.
Those looking to escape the dreary British weather and spend some time outdoors may wish to consider a tennis holiday at La Manga Club.
With 28 multi-surface tennis courts, including four hard courts, La Manga is one of the best tennis resorts in Europe.
As well as playing tennis for fun, holidaymakers can improve their skills by attending La Manga's tennis academy, which offers on-court coaching and in-depth video analysis.
Whether you are a child, a beginner or an aspiring professional, the team at La Manga can help you to improve your game.
Bordered on two sides by a stunning national park, La Manga Club is the ideal destination for holidaymakers keen to enjoy the great outdoors.
The resort may be famed for its exceptional golf and tennis facilities, however, there are many other leisure activities available in and around La Manga.
One way to make the most of the surrounding area is to hire a mountain bike and explore Calblanque Natural Park or take a ride to one of the neighbouring villages.
The park is home to numerous walking trails and guests can enjoy a refreshing trek to the summit of La Fuente hill.
Families looking to escape to warmer climes during the Easter holidays may wish to consider a trip to La Manga Club in Spain.
The resort is ideal for families and caters for children of all ages from babies to teenagers.
La Manga boasts a range of child-friendly facilities, with a children's playground, crazy golf course and several swimming pools.
Children can also brush up on their tennis and golf skills and make new friends by taking lessons and courses at the resort.
When it comes to holidays, nothing is more important to children than a good swimming pool, it has been revealed.
Research carried out by First Choice found that 92 per cent of kids take a dip in the pool every single day they are on holiday.
Further results show that 46 per cent of children spend "nearly all" of their holiday in the pool, with 50 per cent saying it is the most important part of their break.
Unsurprisingly, parents cited good value, reputation and comfortable accommodation as the most important part of their holiday.
Once the sun has set and the golf clubs have been laid to rest, guests will find plenty to keep themselves occupied at La Manga Club.
The resort is home to several bars and restaurants, with something on offer to suit everyone's tastes.
Those looking for a stylish meeting place or somewhere to relax with a good book and a glass of wine can head to the Lobby Bar, which is open daily from 10am until midnight.
For a more sophisticated evening, a trip the Piano Bar is a must.
Guests at La Manga Club can enjoy fine wine and great company every third Thursday evening as part of the resort's new Wine Club.
This month's Wine Club event takes place on February 19th in the Piano Bar and guests can sample cheeses and an extensive collection of wines.
Selected wines can also be purchased at a discounted price over the course of the evening.
A spacious and modern area, the Piano Bar at La Manga Club is open nightly from 7pm and as well as enjoying fine wines, guests can sample a selection of flavoured vodkas and of Asian and Middle Eastern tapas.
Those considering a holiday may be surprised to learn that a flight to Spain can cost the same as a night out.
Research carried out by leading budget carrier bmibaby found that 41 per cent of people spend between £21 and £40 on a typical night out with friends.
However, according to the airline, a flight to Spain can cost as little as £34.99 including taxes.
British singer Amy Winehouse appears to have given up her partying ways in favour of relaxing facials and massages.
The singer is said to have spent more than £6,000 on spa treatments during a recent holiday in the Caribbean, the Mirror reports.
Hotel manager Andrew Barnard told the newspaper that the singer had been on a detoxifying exercise and healthy eating programme.
"When you eat a lot of fresh food your body changes.
Those looking for the perfect mix of romance and fun this Valentine's Day may wish to consider a relaxing break at La Manga Club in Spain.
Within close proximity to Murcia and Alicante airport, La Manga is the ideal romantic retreat and with several quality restaurants, a luxury spa and wide range of leisure activities, holidaymakers will be spoilt for choice on how to spend their romantic day.
The resort is hosting a number of special activities, including the Be My Valentine Tennis Weekend, which takes place from February 13th to February 15th.
Holidaymakers attending the special event can expect tennis lessons, social events, an ice-breaker session and an optional Valentine's dinner.