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Enjoy a spa circuit at La Manga Club

If circuit training in the gym sounds too strenuous, then perhaps La Manga Club's exclusive spa circuits are just what you need.

Designed to provide holidaymakers with a totally relaxing experience, Spa La Manga Club is now offering two spa circuits which combine a number of relaxing treatments.

Upon arrival at the spa guests are given an introductory tour of the facilities and allowed time to relax in a soothing sea salt and camomile hydrotherapy bath.

A gentle head and shoulder massage follows, before visitors are offered the choice of either a therapeutic mud wrap or a relaxing wine and honey wrap.

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The kids will 'love' La Manga Club

While La Manga Club offers excellent activities and facilities for adults, the kids have not been forgotten about.

The luxury resort has plenty on offer for children to help make the most of a family holiday in the sun.

Golf and tennis fans both young and old are able to take advantage of the excellent facilities at La Manga Club, which includes both a golf and tennis academy.

Other academies where young ones can hone their skills include a football and goalkeeping academy, as well as academies for cricket and dancing.

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La Manga Club is 'ideal' for corporate events

Where better to go for a conference or other corporate event than to a resort where visitors can enjoy state of the art facilities in luxury surroundings?

La Manga Club offers all that and more in a beautiful setting that enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine a year - something that is bound to appeal to corporate events organisers and delegates across Europe and further afield.

Described as one of the top conference and incentive destinations on the continent, La Manga is easily accessible within a three-hour radius of most major European cities.

It offers flexible function space that could be adapted to suit groups' individual needs, as well as motivational programmes and activities.

Organisers of corporate events are assured of special attention regardless of the size of the event.

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Have the 'perfect' wedding at La Manga Club

Couples planning their dream wedding could make the big day truly memorable by opting to say "I do" in the beautiful setting of La Manga Club.

The popular resort offers a number of venues that are likely to suit the tastes of any future bride and groom.

Whether you are planning an outdoor wedding reception, a cocktail party or a formal banquet, the Hyatt Regency La Manga hotel could cater to your demands.

La Manga also offers the services of dedicated wedding experts who can help stressed brides with anything from limousine hire to flower arrangements.

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Relax and unwind at La Manga Club

If you're in need of some rest and relaxation this winter, then look no further than La Manga Club on Spain's sunny Costa Calida.

With its own luxurious health spa, La Manga is the ideal place to unwind ahead of the busy party season and holidaymakers in need of some pampering can indulge in one of the many treatments on offer.

As well as everyday treatments such as manicures and pedicures, the spa offers a number of exotic signature treatments, with everything from purifying mud wraps to relaxing holistic therapies.

For those looking to combat the signs of ageing, a sumptuous diamond facial could be just the ticket, with fresher, younger-looking skin guaranteed.

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Improve your golf at La Manga Club

The prospect of heading to your local golf course in the blistering cold may seem unappealing, but don't worry – there is another option.

Just a short plane journey away, La Manga Club is an ideal option for golfers keen to improve their technique in the sunshine.

With three world-class golf courses and outstanding practice facilities, La Manga is the perfect golf destination.

Expert tuition is available, with a number of different course options to suit players of all abilities.

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Explore the 'great outdoors' at La Manga Club

The weather may be miserable in the UK, but over in Spain the sun is still shining and there are plenty of ways to make the most of the heat.

Holidaymakers staying at La Manga Club will be spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor activities, with everything from jogging to scuba-diving on offer.

One of the best ways to explore the resort and surrounding area is by cycling and La Manga has a wide selection of bikes to suit riders of all abilities.

Visitors have the option to cycle solo, or join one of the guided tours, which take in the village of Los Belones, Portman Artillery Battery and Calblanque Natural Park.

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'Best' age for holidays is 34

The age at which we have our most memorable holiday experiences is 34, according to a new study.

Research undertaken by tour operator Kuoni, found that 34 is the prime age when it comes to holidays.

Figures suggest that people in their mid-30s are able to enjoy their holidays in Spain and other destinations more because they have a large disposable income and know what they want from their holidays, the Irish Times reports.

Martin Conway, professor of cognitive psychology at the University of Leeds, told the newspaper: "Thirty-four is an age when a lot of people are thinking about nesting, so they are either likely to be enjoying those last holidays with freedom or perhaps taking their young children on a first holiday abroad.

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Celebrate Christmas in Malaga

Britons can celebrate Christmas in style this year by taking a trip to sunny Spain.

Anyone staying at La Manga Club and hiring a car, may wish to take a trip to the town of Mijas, where all manner of festive activities are due to take place.

Families can attend the annual Festival of Christmas Traditions, which kicks off on December 6th.

Taking place in Butibamba Park in La Cala, the festival features Christmas food, handicrafts and plenty of festive entertainment and performances.

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Roman Theatre opens in Murcia

The Roman Theatre in Cartagena has finally opened to visitors.

Discovered in 1988, the theatre had been hidden for centuries beneath other buildings and now, after years of careful restoration work it is now open to the public.

As well as strolling through the remains of the theatre, those on holiday in Spain can also visit the theatre's museum, which features photographs of the site's excavation, along with archaeological objects discovered during the dig.

Located close to Murcia's cathedral, medieval castle and port area, the theatre is a must-visit attraction for history lovers visiting the region.

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