If you're planning to take a holiday at La Manga Club this summer, then why not get your break off to a good start by booking in for a relaxing massage?
Located at the heart of the complex, the spa offers a wide range of therapies, with something for everyone.
A great option for people who are enjoying a treatment for the first time is the Swedish massage, which helps to ease tension, relax muscles and improve circulation.
Alternatively, guests can opt for a deep tissue massage, which is great for people who play sports regularly and want to relieve muscular discomfort.
Vichy water massages are also available, as well as scalp treatments and reflexology.
People taking holidays to Spain this summer should choose an insurance policy that is tailored to their needs.
This is according to Andrew Pumphrey, a spokesperson for LateRooms.com, who suggested that most people think protection is a one-size-fits-all commodity.
"Although people may spend three hours looking for a hotel they spent under an hour looking for the insurance to go with that," he commented.
You might be jetting off on holiday to Spain, but that does not mean you have to abandon your exercise regime.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club can stay in shape during their stay by making use of the resort's state-of-the-art fitness centre.
Located within the spa building, the spacious gymnasium has everything you need to keep fit.
The fitness centre is equipped with everything from cardio machines to free weights and a stretching area, as well as static bikes and rowers.
Brits planning to take a holiday in Spain this year and catch the ferry to the continent have been urged to read up on the country's rules of the road before getting behind the wheel.
According to AXA Insurance, an increasing number of people are planning to drive to their destination this summer rather than fly.
However, the company warned that without research, this can lead to confusion and accidents.
A survey carried out by AXA revealed that 33 per cent of people do not know if it is necessary to use a GB sticker when driving abroad, while 48 per cent wrongly believe it is essential to carry a petrol can and screen wash at all times in Spain.
One of the best things about taking a holiday in Spain is having the opportunity to enjoy new activities.
Guests planning to take a break at La Manga Club may wish to consider booking an intensive course at the resort's Tennis Academy and improve their ability on the court.
The resort, which is renowned for the quality of its facilities, runs a number of different learning programmes throughout the year, catering for players of all ages and abilities.
Holidaymakers that are keen to learn the basics of the game can book a place on the adult five-day course, which covers everything from serves to volleys and doubles tactics.
People hoping to save money on their next holiday to Spain may wish to consider booking an all-inclusive break.
Victoria Sanders, managing director of Teletext Holidays, suggested that people can make significant savings by booking this type of package.
"You can pay for your whole holiday before you travel, so any additional spending you have is just for extras like ice creams or buying souvenirs so it means you can budget for your whole holiday before you go away," she commented.
When it comes to finding a cheap deal on holidays to Spain and elsewhere, it is all about planning ahead and shopping around, Ms Sanders added.
People planning to take holidays in Spain this summer have been urged to protect their skin from the sun.
Bevis Man, a spokesman for the British Skin Foundation, said prevention is vital as there is little you can do once you burn.
"The skin is going to peel, you're going to be in pain and you'll probably look like a lobster as well, but there isn't a huge amount that you can do in that respect because it's too late," he explained.
Mr Man advised holidaymakers to protect themselves with loose clothing, apply sunscreen regularly and spend time in the shade at midday when the sun is at its strongest.
Holidays in Spain are likely to be popular among British families this year, it has been suggested.
Ian Bradley, a spokesman for the Association of Independent Tour Operators, said that 2009 saw a ten per cent drop in air travel and holidays from the UK due to the recession.
However, he noted that economic confidence is now improving and people are keen to jet abroad once again.
Mr Bradley pointed out that Spain is set to be the most popular destination for Brits over the coming months.
Golf holidays in Spain are still proving popular despite the economic downturn, it has been revealed.
According to Typically Spanish, the 116 courses in the Andalucia region helped to generate 500 million (£421 million) during 2009.
"Last year saw more than 360,000 people take to the greens of the region where golf now gives jobs to more than 4,400," the publication noted.
The figures were provided earlier this week by regional councillor for tourism, trade and sport Luciano Alonso.
Brits taking holidays in Spain have been advised not to automatically opt for the cheapest insurance policy they come across.
Sean Tipton, spokesperson for ABTA - The Travel Association, said that in most cases, the cheapest protection provides the lowest level of cover.
He noted that travel insurance is particularly important at the moment due to the threat of flight disruption brought on by the Icelandic ash cloud.
Mr Tipton urged holidaymakers to ensure they take out a policy that suits all of their personal needs.