Those looking for the perfect Mother's Day treat this year may wish to consider a spa break at La Manga Club.
As one of Europe's most luxurious holiday resorts, La Manga is the ideal place to while away a relaxing weekend.
Furthermore, holidaymakers should have no trouble reaching their destination, with airlines such as bmibaby, Jet2 and Ryanair all serving the south of Spain.
Mums will find plenty of ways to relax at La Manga Club.
British singing sensation Duffy is set to perform in Spain later this year, it has been revealed.
The award-winning star will be taking to the stage at the SOS 4.8 48 hour Music Festival in Murcia, Round Town News reports.
"The Welsh singing sensation, who has sold five million albums worldwide and has just been awarded three Brits and a Grammy, will be joining the likes of Keane, The Prodigy and Babyshambles," the news provider said.
Those planning to book flights to Spain may be interested to hear that budget airline Ryanair has launched a new March seat sale.
The carrier, which serves destinations including Alicante and Malaga, will be offering seats on selected routes from as little as two euros until March 9th.
Low fares are valid for those flying on selected dates during the months of March, April and May.
Speaking earlier this week, Ryanair's Stephen McNamara said: "Everyone loves to get a bargain and Ryanair encourages passengers to log on to Ryanair.
The popular Spanish holiday destination of Alicante is set to benefit from a new AVE high-speed train system.
According to the Round Town News, authorities have decided to place most of the new network below the ground.
"However, the downside is that the deadline for the completion of the rail link has now been delayed until 2012, as placing of the tracks underground on the approach to the city will incur more advanced excavation work," the news provider said.
It is thought that the train will surface around 500 metres away from Alicante's train station.
La Manga Club is in the running to receive a prestigious travel award, it has been revealed.
The popular Spanish resort has been shortlisted in the Luxury Golf Resort Category at the World Luxury Hotel Awards.
Home to three championship golf courses and 28 multi-surface tennis courts, as well as countless other facilities, La Manga Club is popular with those looking to unwind and develop their sporting skills in luxury surroundings.
The awards are presented to the world's best hotels in recognition of their excellent service and guest facilitates.
A good travel insurance policy is a must for those taking holidays in Spain this year, it has been claimed.
Speaking this week, Direct Travel Insurance said that those holidaying without cover could face hefty bills.
"Without insurance, travellers can be left out of pocket if redundancy, family illness, or jury service means they cannot travel," the company said.
According to figures released by Direct Travel Insurance, the average claim for a person losing their luggage and missing a departure is £805.
British holidaymakers are looking for cheap and cheerful breaks this summer, it has been revealed.
According to research by American Express, one in six Brits say that price is the most important factor when it comes to holidays in Spain and other destinations.
Results also show that 11 per cent of people are planning to holiday in a destination such as Spain, where good weather is almost guaranteed.
However, of those polled, just one per cent said they would be taking an environmentally friendly break this summer.
The pound may have dropped in value against the euro over the last year, but there are still plenty of ways in which those taking holidays in Spain can save money.
Travel insurance provider Direct Line has compiled a list of top tips for holidaymakers keen to cut costs.
The organisation suggests that holidaymakers buy travel insurance as soon as they book their holiday, in case the trip needs to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
Travelling during unsociable hours and booking trips as far in advance as possible can also help to keep prices down.
Less than one in ten Brits would ask their travel agent for advice about holidays in Spain, it has been revealed.
In a recent survey by marketing firm Entire, just seven per cent of British holidaymakers said they would ask their agent's opinion of a destination.
Results show that people would rather consult guidebooks and read magazine articles, with 66 per cent of people saying that they turn to the internet for information, Travel Weekly reports.
Ian Stockley, managing director of Entire, said the poll is bad news for travel agents in the UK.
Snapping up cut-price perfume and wine at the airport is seen as an integral part of the holiday experience.
Research carried out by Direct Line revealed that nearly two-thirds (65 per cent) of Brits budget for airport shopping
Of those surveyed, 75 per cent said they regularly purchase perfume and aftershave at the airport, while 73 per cent buy alcohol.
Other popular items include sunglasses and cosmetics, toiletries and cigarettes.
Chris Price, head of Direct Line travel insurance, said: "For those planning to go away this year there are savings to be made, ranging from the usual tax-free treats at the airport, through to early bird bookings.