Sometimes a week in the sun just isn't enough and with more freezing weather expected in the UK, it could be time to take an extended break at La Manga Club in Spain.
Extended stay packages are available for holidaymakers looking to spend more then 30 days at the resort and with three championship golf courses and 28 multi-surface tennis courts, there is certainly enough to keep everyone entertained.
One of Europe's top golf resorts, La Manga Club basks in sunshine for over 300 hours a year and is the ideal destination for those looking to escape the grey skies and chilly weather in the UK.
The club's extended stay package is open to guests staying in self-catering accommodation at Hyatt Las Lomas Village, easier.
As well as offering first class golf and tennis facilities, La Manga Club also boasts the standards of luxury required to turn a wedding reception into a memory that lasts forever.
Couples looking to tie the knot while visiting the luxury holiday resort in Spain can choose from a number of awe-inspiring options.
For example, the Hyatt Regency La Manga offers banqueting suites, a split-level terrace affording breathtaking views or cocktail parties on the Patio.
An alternative venue is the Gran Salon Panorama at Hyatt Las Lomas Village, which also provides a beautiful vantage point from the hillside.
Whether a pre-season training camp or a winter get-together is required, La Manga Club boasts the standard of facilities needed by professional football sides.
Murcia in south-east Spain enjoys the kind of year-round climate that makes training here a favourite for many clubs. The English Football Association is one of the most high profile groups to have taken advantage of the glorious conditions.
The facilities on offer are the match of the weather.
Those who really want to enjoy themselves in style at La Manga can do so by joining the Peninsular Club.
Members of this institution can enjoy the luxurious accommodation, swimming pools, fine views and a few games of tennis in the sun, all in the heart of the La Manga resort, where the nearest golf course is never far away, unlike the cold winter days back home.
With warm waters off the coast, members of the club can enjoy sailing and may appreciate why the club was featured on the BBC programme Here Comes the Sun.
Membership of the club exists as an alternative to investing in buying a property outright, although membership lasts until 2040, providing plenty of opportunities to enjoy everything La Manga has to offer.
La Manga resort has launched its own Freedom of Choice package, offering visitors a wide variety of ways to enjoy themselves.
The package of over 30 options offers those staying at the resort the chance to pick and choose their favoured activities, shaping their holiday around just what things they like to do.
Such activities can be anything from tennis and golf to spa treatments and excursions.
Features included in the package include deluxe accommodation in the five-star Hyatt hotel, daily breakfast and the use of the indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room and fitness centre at Spa La Manga Club.
Luxury Spanish resorts such as La Manga Club are among the best in Europe, according to a new report.
A recent study by Hotelclub.es revealed that accommodation in Spain is streets ahead of other destinations and that the country boasts some of Europe's best hotels and resorts.
In the study - which looked at the world's best hotels - Spain beat off competition from France and Italy to take 5th position.
Britons over the age of 50 are shunning relaxing holidays in favour of active breaks, it has been suggested.
A recent study by Alliance and Leicester found that holidaymakers over 50 were keen to stay active and enjoy new and exciting challenges.
Britons holidaying at La Manga Club in Spain can stay fit by partaking in some of the numerous activities on offer.
La Manga Club boasts a world-class golf course, along with tennis courts and swimming pools.
New research has suggested that Spanish holidays continue to be popular with British holidaymakers.
According to an online study by UK Wordtracker, ten per cent of people looking for information about overseas destinations are interested in Spain, the Majorca Daily Bulletin reports.
This was more than twice the number (4.48 per cent) of internet users who were interested in finding information about the other traditional favourite France.
Spanish holiday villas may experience a surge in bookings following a leading tour operator body recommending self-catering villas as an attractive family option.
Those considering taking their family holidays in Spain this year may wish to consider Spanish villas with pools, following the Association of Independent Tour Operators (Aito) suggestion.
A spokesperson for the AITO commented: "I think self-catering is something that people feel they want to do to maintain some semblance of independence on
"People with younger children are starting to travel as well and self-catering overseas is certainly an attractive option for them," they added.
Luxury holidays in Spain don't come much better than they do at La Manga Club.
Perfect for tennis holidays and golfing excursions, the resort is renowned for its sporting facilities.
However, a luxury Spanish holiday is only so when excellent resort facilities are combined with elegant and stylish accommodation.
The five-star Hyatt Regency Hotel in La Manga Club most certainly offers this.