The continual rise of the Euro against the Pound is making a holiday to Spains La Manga Club more affordable every day. Your spending money is going to go much further when you arrive at La Manga Club on Spains Costa Calida than you will have experienced over the past few years.
The increases seen in the past few months are unprecedented and at the end of last month the rate of the Euro against the Pound topped the highest it has been for 7 years. This increase has a really meaningful impact on your holiday costs whilst you are at La Manga Club and in turn on your travel and accommodation costs.
Self-catering at La Manga Club is not an issue with two well stocked supermarkets actually on site La Manga Club is the size of a small town with its own petrol station and many restaurants, shops and banks etc.
The first of the two supermarkets is based in the Las Sabinas commercial centre and is called El Arbol and is part of a large supermarket chain in Spain. The second one is in the Bellaluz community square and is the smaller one of the two and is privately owned.
El Arbol has a large stock of everything you would need for your self-catering holiday including a fresh fish and fresh meat counter.
The range of activities at La Manga Club is enormous with something for everyone, of course you can chill around the pool but if you get little bored there is plenty to do.
If you are a keen golfer or a novice who wishes to improve your game then the golf facilities at La Manga Club are second to none. With three golf courses, South, North and West, which are maintained to the highest of standards you can enjoy some of the very best courses and facilities in Spain. The South course is the Championship course and therefore a handicap certificate is required.
Canellas restaurant in La Manga This restaurant is the jewel in the crown at La Manga Club It is hidden away in the lemon groves between the village if Los Belones and La Manga Club The road runs from Los Belones to Portman and there is a small sign in the middle of the lemon groves that can easily be missed. canellas is worth the effort to find this restaurant and the setting close to the private riding stables is beautiful and the selection of food and dishes served make it a meal to remember.
The owners are German but the choice of Mediterranean and specialty dishes are superb, the duck is to die for.
The prices are at the high end but the quality of the food and service are excellent.
Often associated with hustle and bustle and full English breakfasts, in some parts of Spain you could be forgiven for thinking your in the UK but with a bit of sunshine. This certainly is not the case at La Manga Club. Situated in the Murcia Region of Spain, La Manga Club brings you the very best of everything Spanish in a superbly conceived package that has one thing in mind, luxury.
Murcia is one of Spains least known regions.
As you would expect, with its proximity to the sea and emphasis on sport and well-being, theres a whole host of watersports waiting to be enjoyed at La Manga Club, what is more, thanks to the wonderfully warm climate, you should not need to worry too much about wet suits, dry suits or wrapping up in any shape or form. At La Manga Club resort, you can pretty much book your watersports in the knowledge that the Mediterranean sun will wind up shining on you. In fact, as anyone who has visited will know, in the Mar Menor lagoon, temperatures are reputed to be a good few degrees warmer than the Mediterranean average.
So, when it comes to selecting which watersport might float your boat at La Manga, there are a huge number of options on offer.
No matter what time of year you fancy a break, you can be sure it will be a good one at La Manga Club, that said, for anyone seeking an out of season break with plenty to do and great accommodation thats perfectly equipped to deal with the slight drop in temperatures that you may experience out of season then this really is the place.
The perfect spot for anyone who is a sports fanatic, La Manga Club is the place to head for an out of season golf, tennis or cycling trip. There are any number of reasons why people seek out out of season breaks. It may be that you have very small children and are not tied to school holidays, it may be that your kids have flown the nest, so you are free to holiday whenever you want, or it may be that you are retired and want to spend a couple of months in the warm Spanish sunshine in Murcia.
It comes as little surprise that one of the many things that draw people to La Manga Club is the weather, with this part of the globe attracting a reputed 3000 plus hours of sunshine a year, the attraction becomes clear for all to see. Acting as a great backdrop to this truly stunning resort, the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean Seas are the perfect spot to either take up, or perfect a water sport, swim or simply enjoy a few days relaxing on the beach.
The Mar Menor, near where La Manga Club is situated is the largest saltwater lagoon in Europe. With its privileged position between the Mediterranean and the Mar Menor, La Manga Club resort has easy access to plenty of coastline as well as a real Aladdins cave of little fishing ports and lively towns and villages, with something to offer everyone.
La Manga Club is a great place to holiday with kids, no matter their age, and if its water that floats your boat, you will have a real range of options on offer. If you have decided to opt for the resorts official accommodation options, you may well have chosen 5-star luxury for your stay or four-star self-catering. In the 5-star case, the Hotel Principe Felipe comes with its own swimming pool and babies pool. If you have plumped for self-catering from the official La Manga Club options, Las Lomas Village boasts two outdoor swimming pools both with baby pools and play areas as well.
If you are in the process of planning your next holiday, you would do well to add La Manga Club to your short list, with something for everyone, this resort truly is worthy of further investigation if you are serious about putting together a holiday package that will get you more bang for your buck. A truly luxurious sport and leisure resort, La Manga has won its fair share of awards, and it is easy to see why.
Located in the Murcia region of Spain, the 1400-acre La Manga Club resort gets its fair share of sunshine, pretty much year round and is easy to get to from the UK, flying into Alicante or Murcia (San Javier) Airports. The resort offers a whole host of sporting activities, both on site and off as well as a Spa and an impressive range of accommodation options.