Irrespective of whether or not you are married to David Beckham, every woman enjoys a bit of pampering and there is no better place to do it than at La Manga Club. At La Manga Club, you will live in the lap of luxury, whichever accommodation you choose and you will be able to avail of every type of treatment and spoiling you can imagine at the resort Spa. Focused 100% on health and wellbeing, the spa at La Manga truly is every WAGs dream. No matter whether you are accompanying your very own celebrity footballer who is going to be occupied, honing his game day in and day out at the resorts unsurpassed football training facility, or you are on your own with a group of girls, you can adopt a real WAGs lifestyle here.
The rate of exchange of the Euro does have a direct impact on the amount of money you have to spend on your holiday to Spain, if you are travelling from a country that does not use the Euro as its currency, such as the United Kingdom. Over the past few years the rate of exchange for the Euros to pound has fluctuated from a high of 1.6 Euros to the pound, to a low of almost 1 Euro to 1 pound.
Depending on which angle you are coming from, these wild fluctuations can be a good or bad thing.
When visiting Murcia, walking tours are a very popular attraction to tourists as everything of interest is within walking distance. There are many different walking routes within Murcia and each and every one has beautiful historical buildings and a great deal of culture on the way. Along some of the walking routes, you will visit some of Murcias most historic places, such as the Cathedral de Santa Marķa which is known as Murcia s most important monument and the Plaza de Santo Domingo which houses the handsome twin-towered church of Santo Domingo.
Common routes through Murcia can take you to some of the most stunning architectural buildings, showing tourists from all over the charms of Murcia.
With a deep desire for guaranteed sunshine, one of the most common reasons for choosing La Manga Club is its location, as well as its undisputed range of quality accommodation and activities of course. Situated in the Murcian hills, with a panoramic view of the Mediterranean, La Manga Club is the ideal destination, no matter the season, because of the high number of days of sunshine it enjoys each year. That said, there are tons more to do at La Manga than just the classic sun, sea and sand. So, if you are concerned about the weather, dont be, there are plenty of opportunities to have fun at La Manga Club, no matter the weather.
Spain is famous for their fiestas, each town doing something spectacular, and Murcia and the La Manga Region is no exception. There are always plenty of events throughout the year, some larger than others.
Easter in Murcia is a huge celebration, down to Spain being a mainly Catholic country. All towns throughout the country will hold celebrations, and it is likely that at least 3 working days will be lost due to the festivities.
No matter whether its a Margarita, a Tom Collins, a Gin Sling or a simple Martini that floats your boat, you wont be disappointed at the La Manga Club Piano Lounge Bar. With its impressive range of backlit bottles, the bar itself would be the ideal backdrop to the likes of Tom Cruise (in his film cocktail), shaking up a mean cocktail. Spacious and modern, the focus at the Piano Lounge Bar is comfort and relaxation. Big soft seats with an abundance of cushions are waiting to embrace you while you enjoy your favourite tipple.
A third of people taking holidays to Spain and elsewhere to not protect their skin with sunscreen, it has been revealed.
According to research by sun care company Green People, 60 per cent of people between the ages of 16 and 24 expect to be burnt when they are abroad.
Charlotte Vohtz, a spokesperson for the organisation, said it is vital that people put their health first when jetting abroad.
"It is really important that you apply a generous amount of sunscreen (30ml to cover your body / one shot glass) every two hours you are in the sun," she explained.
Brits are keen to spend more quality time with their loved ones, according to new research.
A survey carried out by Merlin Entertainment revealed that 85 per cent of people would like to do more with their family and friends.
Of those polled, 47 per cent said the best thing about taking a group trip or holiday is having the chance to be with their loved ones.
Commenting on the findings, psychologist Carey Cooper said: "In difficult economic times, it is great to see that the family still plays an important role in meeting people's social needs and that people want to spend more time with their family members.
Foreign currency sales have increased over the last year, suggesting that people are feeling more confident about taking holidays to Spain and other popular destinations.
According to the American Express Global Foreign Exchange Services Currency Index, sales rose by six per cent during the first quarter of 2010, compared to the same period in 2009.
Terry Perrin, director of trading and business development at American Express Global Foreign Exchange Services, said sales of the euro are increasing steadily.
Favourites of 2009 are likely to continue their popular streak into the summer of 2010.
Holidaymakers heading to Spain this summer have been urged to keep their cash safe.
According to foreign exchange provider Caxton FX, a good option for people concerned about security are prepaid currency cards, which can be used in the same way as debit and credit cards.
"If your card is lost or stolen, a block can be placed on it immediately and a replacement sent out to you. Plus, your card is not linked to your bank account and so minimises identity theft.