Why not get your holiday at the Mar Menor Resort off to a relaxing start by booking a revitalising spa treatment?
ESPA at the InterContinental Hotel offers a wide range of therapies, as well as luxury packages.
One of the treatments guests can enjoy is a holistic face, back and scalp massage with hot stones. This involves the use of aromatic oils to de-stress and stimulate vital energy points throughout the body.
Guests can also indulge in an age defyer, which is perfect for those keen to minimise fine lines and wrinkles.
Golf enthusiasts hoping to take a holiday in Spain this year may wish to consider booking a break at the Mar Menor Resort.
The complex, which is located in Murcia, typically basks in sunshine for more than 300 days a year, making it the ideal destination for those who enjoy the game.
Mar Menor Resort is home to an impressive 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed course, which is suitable for players of all abilities.
People hoping to improve their golf skills during their stay can book one-to-one lessons or take an intensive academy course.
British families hoping to take a holiday in Spain this year may wish to consider renting an apartment at the Mar Menor Resort.
Located in Murcia, the complex is easily accessible for travellers flying from the UK.
The resort is home to thousands of properties, meaning there is something to suit groups of all sizes.
Apartments vary in size and come with up to three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Guests renting villas at La Manga Club will no doubt be keen to make the most of their outdoor terrace area by doing having a barbecue.
Special packs are available for purchase at the resort and can be ordered at the Deli cafe in Las Lomas Village.
A range of different options are available, with something to suit all tastes.
The BBQ Las Lomas box contains chicken breasts, skewers of beef, lamb chops and port escalopes, while the BBQ Peninsular pack includes pepper brochettes, medallions of beef and hamburgers.
Brits booked on flights to Spain and other destinations will be unable to leave the UK until 19:00 at the earliest, it has been announced.
National Air Traffic Service (Nats) said anyone hoping to travel today date should contact their carrier before setting out to the airport.
"Conditions around the movement of the layers of the volcanic ash cloud over the UK remain dynamic," the organisation stated.
Nats said it is working closely with the Met office and Civil Aviation Authority to determine when and where restrictions should be lifted.
Located in the popular region of Murcia, La Manga Club typically basks in sunshine for more than 300 days a year and is the ideal destination for people who enjoy spending time outdoors.
A great way to get around during your stay is to hire a bike, which allows you to explore the area at your own pace and visit places that are off the beaten track.
Bicycles can be hired from the resort and guests will find a wide range of models available, as well as children's seats and trailers, meaning the whole family can get in on the action.
Helmets and padlocks are also provided and maps can be found at the information centre.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club in Spain will find dozens of exciting activities to enjoy during their stay.
Located in Murcia, which is easily accessible for those flying from Britain, the resort is renowned for the quality of its sports and leisure facilities.
La Manga is home to three championship golf courses, 28 tennis courts and a state-of-the-art fitness centre, among other things.
However, those who want to try something different may wish to book a horse riding excursion.
The number of people searching for flights to Spain and elsewhere rose significantly over the last day, as travellers look to make alternative arrangements following the grounding of planes across the UK.
Figures from travel search site Skyscanner show that the number of people looking for flights increased by 282 per cent.
"This eruption has had an unprecedented impact on the travel industry with thousands of flights cancelled," said the company's chief executive Gareth Williams.
People are looking at ways to bypass the worst affected areas and get to their holiday destinations, he added.
Brits taking holidays in Spain will no doubt be keen to sample some of the country's traditional cuisine during their stay.
La Manga Club is home to more than 20 bars and restaurants, with something available for people of all tastes.
One place where guests are sure to find some tasty cuisine on offer is at the resort's flagship Amapola Restaurant.
According to executive chef Nicholas Cedro, the food is prepared to an extremely high standard and with top quality ingredients.
Finding a destination that is suitable for both teenagers and adults can often be difficult.
However, British families looking for a resort that caters for all ages will find plenty on offer at La Manga Club.
Located in Murcia, it is home to three golf courses and 28 tennis courts, as well as football pitches, a health spa and several swimming pools.
In addition, the complex is within easy reach of the Mar Menor, Europe's largest saltwater lagoon.