A three-night stay at La Manga Club during May half-term could involve a free Spanish tapas meal for those booking soon.
The luxury holiday resort in Spain has launched a host of special offers for early birds securing their trips for the May 24th to June 5th season before February 28th, one of which is a complimentary repast at restaurant La Bodega.
Noted for its vintage Spanish wine cellar, the eatery is said to offer traditional, local cuisine, packed with "intense and lively flavours" and is one of a wide variety of dining options at La Manga.
The destination has over 20 bars and restaurants, catering to fans of Spanish, Asian, Mexican, Italian and American food.
Anderlecht have been in training at La Manga Club this week ahead of their match against Dutch side FC Twente.
The two teams will clash at La Manga Club Football Centre at 17:00 local time today (January 12th), with those staying at the luxury holiday resort in Spain able to watch for free.
Photographs of Anderlecht - historically one of Europe's most successful football clubs with a Uefa Cup, two Cup Winners' Cups and two Super Cups to their name - training are available via the official La Manga Club blog, along with snaps of other big football teams to play there recently, such as VfB Stuttgart.
An article posted on the Easier Travel website this week claimed that the La Manga resort "boasts the best facilities in southern Europe for professional sports teams" and this is reflected by those who have taken to its pitches in recent years.
Holidays in Spain still make practical sense for many, which has helped the country to continue to attract visitors amid the global economic downturn.
At least this is the suggestion of the Spanish Tourism Office's UK and Europe director, who said it remains both "accessible and financially competitive" for travellers, which contributed to many refusing to cut back on their trips last year.
Ignacio Vasallo indicated that he would like to see Brits continue to go to the country over the next 12 months, which he hopes will "see increased financial confidence in the marketplace as well as a desire to explore the more undiscovered side of Spain".
His comments were made following a new study by Skyscanner, which revealed that Spain continues to be one of the most popular holiday destinations for UK residents.
Clubs trying to book holidays in Spain to enjoy a cricket tour this spring may be excited to see that La Manga resort has made a new offer available for selected dates in March.
As well as boasting first-class golf and tennis facilities among other things, the luxury resort also has two regulation club turf cricket pitches and four full length nets.
Now, for certain dates in March, cricket clubs that choose to hold their tour at La Manga Club can get four nights for the price of three by contacting the sports team.
The sports and leisure centre said: "Every cricket club that chooses La Manga Club for training will benefit from the personalised coordination services of our highly experienced sports groups department.
People looking to book their golf holidays in Spain this month may be interested in a discount deal being offered by La Manga resort.
Guests at the luxury complex are being offered a free, 18-hole round of golf for each night that they stay there - excluding the night of arrival - with prices starting at 75 per person, per night.
This means that golf enthusiasts will be able to hit the links every day for no extra cost, as well as enjoying their deluxe accommodation, daily buffet breakfast and complimentary access to swimming pools, steam rooms and saunas.
The "unbeatable offer" is available at Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe until January 31st 2010 for guests staying for at least three nights.
Spain is a diverse destination with plenty to offer British holidaymakers, it has been suggested.
Ignacio Vasallo, director of the Spanish Tourist Office for the UK and Europe, said [that] those taking holidays in Spain will find great beaches and excellent nightlife, as well as impressive historical attractions and vineyards.
"Increasingly British visitors are keen to explore Spain's cultural side as well as the country's food and wine offerings. In 2009 alone, Spain celebrated seven chefs with three Michelin stars and over ten chefs gained their first Michelin star," he commented.
The majority of Brits are planning to take holidays to Spain and other popular destinations over the coming year, it has been revealed.
A recent survey carried out by travel site Simonseeks found that 56 per cent of people are turning their backs on so-called staycations and hope to take a holiday abroad over the next 12 months.
More than half of respondents said they would be willing to cut back on luxury items and meals out in order to fund their break.
Furthermore, 40 per cent said they would consider taking on overtime at work to pay for their holiday to Spain or elsewhere.
Short honeymoons - or so-called minimoons - are likely to prove popular over the coming year, it has been claimed.
Rachel Southwood, director at Wedding Ideas Magazine, suggested that couples often opt for a short break after they tie the knot in order to take a more luxurious holiday to Spain or elsewhere once they have recouped their funds.
"We expect Mauritius and the Maldives to see a resurgence in popularity. It's also going to be a snowy or city break kind of year," she commented.
Millions of Brits are set to jet off on holiday to Spain over the coming year, it has been revealed.
Figures compiled by flight search site Skyscanner show that is the most searched for destination for people travelling abroad in 2010.
Other Spanish hotspots include Alicante, which took third position on the list.
Commenting on the findings, Skysanner co-founder and business director Barry Smith said: "These early indications show that Spain is still by far the most popular destination for British travellers.
One of the great things about taking a holiday in Spain or elsewhere is having the opportunity to try new and exciting activities.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find no shortage of ways to stay occupied during their stay, with everything from tennis to sailing on offer.
For people keen to explore the area surrounding the resort, one of the best ways to do so is by taking a horse riding excursion.
The Rancho de la Fuente riding stables are located around five kilometres away from the resort and offer guided trips through the stunning trails of the Calblanque national park.