Holidaymakers planning to take a holiday in Spain in the near future may be interested to learn that a new currency comparison site has been launched.
The Currency Exchange Site gives travellers the opportunity to compare providers and shop around for the best deals.
Users can browse foreign exchange rates and view offers on traveller's cheques and prepaid currency cards.
The website also features industry expert reviews and advice on how to save money when purchasing currency.
New EU mobile roaming regulations are set to come into force next month.
From March 1st, phone users will be protected from "bill shocks" by a 50 (£45) cut-off limit.
Mike Wilson, mobiles manager at Moneysupermarket.com, said it will make a big difference to the way that people use their phones when abroad.
One of the best things about taking a holiday in Spain is having the opportunity to sample new cuisine.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find more than 20 bars and restaurants to enjoy at the complex.
Those who are keen to sample local dishes may wish to consider booking a table at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe's Amapola Restaurant, which serves up a range of tasty Mediterranean food.
The venue boasts a stylish dining room, as well as a show kitchen and spacious terrace with views over the golf course.
Women wear the trousers when it comes to making holiday decisions, new research has revealed.
A poll carried out by Hotels.com found that 25 per cent of wives and girlfriends take full responsibility for organising breaks abroad.
This compares to just 12 per cent of men who said they take the lead.
Brits taking holidays in Spain over Easter have been advised to book their car hire as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
According to price comparison site Carrentals.co.uk, there is likely to be high demand in popular destinations such as Alicante and Murcia.
Visiting a spa is a great way to unwind during your holiday in Spain and leave the stresses and strains of everyday life behind.
For the ultimate relaxation experience, why not consider booking a package and enjoy several treatments on the same day?
The spa at Murcia's Mar Menor Resort offers a number of options, such as the detoxifying programme, which includes a dip in the vitality pool, a foot massage, body wrap, revitalising facial and lunch, among other things.
Meanwhile, the stress recovery package includes a rehydration facial, firming eye lift, holistic leg and foot treatment, stress relieving massage and herbal infusion bath.
The spa is decorated in warm tones, with Moroccan lanterns adding to the atmosphere.
Spain is the ideal destination for families hoping to enjoy a self-catering holiday this year.
Bob Atkinson, an expert from travelsupermarket.com, said this type of break can offer good value for money, depending on people's requirements.
"Personally, I'm the kind of person that thinks that staying in an all-inclusive resort is my idea of hell, I would hate it.
One of the best things about taking holidays in Spain is having the opportunity to try new things.
Guests staying at La Manga Club will be spoiled for choice when it comes to the range of activities on offer, including a host of water sports.
As Spain's largest saltwater lagoon, the Mar Menor is the ideal place to enjoy activities such as sailing and canoeing.
The calm, non-tidal waters are around six degrees warmer than the surrounding seas and no deeper than six metres at any point.
Located in the south-east of Spain, Murcia is easily accessible for UK holidaymakers and is served by several budget airlines.
The area is renowned for its spectacular landscapes and is home to Spain's famous Mar Menor. Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, it is extremely popular with water sports enthusiasts and is around six degrees C warmer that the sea that surrounds it.
Families visiting Murcia will find no shortage of places to explore during their stay.
Germans have the most cash to splash when it comes to holidays, new research has revealed.
A poll by travel search site Skyscanner found that travellers from this country spend more than $90 billion on flights to Spain and other destinations.
Holidaymakers from the US spend the second highest sum, while Brits pay out around $68.5 billion for their breaks abroad.