If you're feeling tired and rundown by the stresses and strains of everyday life, then a trip to La Manga Club could be just the thing you need to prepare for the year ahead.
La Manga's luxury health spa offers a range of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments specially designed to you feeling soothed and radiant.
A refreshing facial is the ideal place to start and there are plenty of options available to suit all skin types.
Guests looking to turn back the years and reveal the skin's natural radiance may wish to opt for a deep cleansing facial, which includes an exfoliating peel, gentle massage, deep cleansing mask and a sumptuous skin softening hand treatment.
Sometimes a week in the sun just isn't enough and with more freezing weather expected in the UK, it could be time to take an extended break at La Manga Club in Spain.
Extended stay packages are available for holidaymakers looking to spend more then 30 days at the resort and with three championship golf courses and 28 multi-surface tennis courts, there is certainly enough to keep everyone entertained.
One of Europe's top golf resorts, La Manga Club basks in sunshine for over 300 hours a year and is the ideal destination for those looking to escape the grey skies and chilly weather in the UK.
The club's extended stay package is open to guests staying in self-catering accommodation at Hyatt Las Lomas Village, easier.
Holidaymakers looking to indulge in some rest and relaxation can head to La Manga Club's luxury health spa and enjoy one of the sumptuous treatments on offer.
When it comes to relaxing, there is nothing better than a massage and guests staying at La Manga have several options to choose from, with everything from deep tissue massage to reflexology available.
For first-time spa guests, a Swedish massage is an excellent option, with therapists using aromatic essential oils, which help to detoxify the body.
Pregnant guests can enjoy a specially tailored massage, which can help to relieve backache and soothe swollen ankles.
Children can vastly increase their chances of becoming accomplished golf players in the future by taking classes from a young age.
Families visiting La Manga Club can enroll children into the resort's Academy of Golf from as young as eight or nine and watch them flourish on the three championship courses.
The academy runs courses from Monday to Friday and during school holidays, and what's more, children are taught by professional golfers.
Introductory courses, specifically designed with young players in mind, are also on offer and as well as developing new skills, attending the courses is a fantastic way for children to make new friends.
La Manga club is the ideal destination for children looking to develop their tennis skills.
The resort is home to 28 multi-surface tennis courts and expert tuition is available to youngsters throughout the year.
La Manga's Tennis Academy runs a series of courses specifically designed with young children in mind and coaching is available for those aged four and upwards.
As well as making new friends and staying fit, little ones can also get in touch with their competitive sides by taking part in the age-group tournaments and fun competitions on offer.
Those holidaying at La Manga Club can enjoy the best of both worlds, with indulgent spa treatments on offer as well as sports and leisure activities.
People hoping to get a little variety out of their holiday in Spain should look no further, with sports including tennis, golf, football and cricket available at the club.
La Manga has something to suit holidaymakers of all ages and tastes, with literally dozens of activity options available.
Those who enjoy the great outdoors can explore the surrounding countryside by bike or on foot.
Businesses looking for an excellent meeting destination with plenty of flexible function space may wish to consider La Manga Club in Spain, which boasts some of Europe's most impressive facilities.
With luxury accommodation and a variety of impressive banqueting venues, La Manga Club is also an excellent incentive destination and the perfect place to hold team-building events.
The main meeting rooms of the Hyatt Regency La Manga all feature state-of-the art audio-visual equipment, with Wi-Fi technology also available.
In addition, screens, monitors, overhead projectors, microphones and DVD players can all be provided on request.
Leading budget carrier Ryanair, which offers regular flights to Spain and other European destinations, has experienced an increase in passenger numbers.
According to figures released by the airline yesterday, 4.32 million passengers were carried during the month of November, representing an 11 per cent increase on the same period in 2007.
The increase indicates that despite the current economic downturn, people are still keen to enjoy holidays in Spain.
Numerous surveys and polls have revealed that despite the credit crunch, Britons are unwilling to sacrifice their hard-earned trips abroad.
However, there are a number of steps which holidaymakers can take to save money.
According to travel site GeckoGo, holidaymakers should chat to locals and get inside information on the best places to shop and eat.
Using public transport or cycling and walking is also a great way to save money and for guests staying at La Manga Club, there is no better way to explore the surrounding countryside.
Tourism officials in the Spanish region of Andalucia have announced plans aimed at increasing visitor numbers.
Officials are hoping to improve sustainable tourism in the Axarquia area and are planning to invest around 43.5 million euros.
According to Euro Weekly News, the project will involve investing in the region's infrastructure and improving visitor attractions.