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.
Those who fancy seeing and playing a bit of tennis in lovely warm conditions can do so in La Manga in December.
While northern Europe shivers, those who come down to Spain to enjoy the mild winter weather can immerse themselves in the sixth Murcia Open Tennis Tournament, which will take place in the resort's 28-court Tennis centre and feature a wide range of age groups, starting with the over-35s and going up to the over 75s.
An official ITF seniors tournament with ranking points and prize money, the event will feature both singles and doubles tennis.
When not enjoying the whacking of yellow balls around indoors, sport lovers at the La Manga resort can enjoy playing with balls of all sizes, shapes and colours.
An increasing number of over 50s are opting to book their holidays online, it has been revealed.
Research carried out by Alliance and Leicester found that more over 50s than ever are using the internet to organise their flights to Spain and other destinations.
Of those surveyed, 41 per cent said they booked their holidays online, with one in five people staying in touch with friends by using social networking sites such as Facebook.
Commenting on the findings, Emma Walkley, current account manager at Alliance and Leicester, said: "Many of the over 50s now choose to engage in the social side of the internet and also have the confidence to organise many aspects of their life online.
If you're eager to explore Spain's stunning countryside and see the country from another perspective, then a trip to La Manga Club is the ideal holiday option.
Bordered by a national park, La Manga is the perfect point from which to discover the Spanish countryside.
Visitors to the resort will find numerous trails through unspoilt terrain, with some excellent walking and jogging routes on offer.
La Manga is just five kilometres away from La Fuente Hill, where visitors can hike to the summit in around 45 minutes and enjoy an unrivalled view of the surrounding area.
Following the success of the London Eye, it seems that Alicante may be about to follow suit and construct its own big wheel attraction.
The Alicante Hostelry Association has proposed placing a wheel in the docks area of the city, enabling visitors to see for miles around, hotproperty.co.uk reports.
The Majority of British travellers do not gain weight when on holiday, a new poll has revealed.
Research carried out by Holiday Extras found that 51 per cent of Britons return from their holidays at the same weight, while 11 per cent of people actually lose weight while abroad.
Commenting on the findings, Mike Whiting, managing editor at Holiday Extras, said: "It seems that the modern outlook on healthy eating is being extending into people's travels. Gone are the days when travellers would indulge during their time away and instead they are maintaining a balanced diet that can only prove beneficial to their health.
If you're looking to stay active this winter and brush up on your tennis skills, then a tennis holiday to La Manga Club could be just the ticket.
With 28 impressive tennis courts, a racquet service centre, physiotherapy and a host of other facilities, La Manga is one of the world's leading leisure resorts.
Furthermore, the resort caters for players of all abilities, so whether you're a competent player or a complete beginner, you'll feel right at home.
A poll carried out by Cater Allen Private Bank earlier this year revealed that a majority of Britons like to participate in activities when abroad.
If you're keen to escape the dreary British weather and unwind in the sunshine, then a visit to La Manga could be the ideal option.
Located in Murcia, on the sun-soaked Costa Calida, La Manga enjoys year-round good weather and boasts an unrivalled range of sport and leisure facilities.
Perfect for those looking to unwind and de-stress, La Manga's exclusive spa and wellness centre offers a full range of sumptuous treatments, with everything from Hawaiian massage to luxurious diamond facials.
Furthermore, those interested in banishing their wrinkles and returning from their holiday 'renewed' can opt for an exclusive Inhibit treatment, which is a painless and non-intrusive alternative to Botox.
UK holidaymakers have been hailed as the "heroes" of Spanish tourism, after official figures indicated that Brits still have a soft spot for the country.
Euro Weekly news reported that 65 per cent of people visiting Spain this year were British, with tourism bosses claiming that British holidaymakers have been "saviours".
Although tourism on the whole is down slightly on last year, the publication reported that the decline has not been too severe thanks to the loyalty of British visitors.
Furthermore, it seems that Britain's love affair with Spain is set to continue throughout the half-term holidays, with millions of people expected to jet off in search of warmer climes.