Holidays in La Manga Club are popular for many reasons. The Mar Menor is perfect for scuba diving lessons and watersports while La Manga Club itself offers a range of activities. Facilities at the resort cater to golfers, tennis fans, footballers and even fans of equestrian pursuits.
However the common denominator that separates La Manga from other seaside resorts offering sports facilities is the weather.
This weekend a charity golf tournament took place in the Spanish holiday resort of La Manga Club.
According to the Irish Independent & Sunday Independent, four Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) parties from Wicklow took part this weekend in the golf charity competition against teams from 31 counties.
The GAA Legends All-Ireland Charity Inter-County Championship is being played on the golf courses of La Manga Club.
"There are over 60 of the lads playing off single figures, the average handicap of them all is around 11 and the golf will be fierce competitive.
The Feria de Sevilla, or April fair, in the Spanish city of Seville has continued this year despite an unusual amount of rainfall.
Spanish partygoers thronged the streets of the historic Andalucian city to attend the annual celebrations, which included the switching on of the fairground illuminations.
Although rain was forecast for the week, it did not appear to be dampening the spirits of local residents, visitors to Seville for the festivities and those on Spanish holidays.
Stalls selling fried fish and shrimp did a brisk business as thousands of people flocked to the fairground and the small tents, or casetas, which are characteristic of Feria.
A stunning historic battle re-enactment takes place every year in the town of Alcoi, Spain, as part of an annual festival.
Taking place between April 21st and 24th this year, the Alcoi Moors and Christians Festival is in honour of Saint George, the patron saint of the region.
During the first two days of the event, the two 'armies' march through the town accompanied by pipes and drums, with the 'battle' held the day after St George's Day, re-enacting a fight between Moors and Christians that took place during the 13th century.
Local residents vie for a coveted place in one of the armies and spend the year preparing their costume and manoeuvres in an attempt to recreate the atmosphere of the Middle Ages.
This July sees the return of an adrenalin producing cultural traditional held in a Valencian town.
The Toros/Bous a la Mar is a bull run scheduled for the first half of July in Denia.
It is a free event which is held all day and can make an interesting insight into religious custom for those booked onto flights to Spain this summer
The annual run marks the Day of the Sacred Blood and occurs in various locations within Spain.
In Denia, participants' gather near the dock edges in the town as a bull is released near them.
Alicante is set to resound with Spanish inspired music this summer when a series of well-known performers play at a festival.
Paseo del Puerto will play host this August to a range of theatre, music and dance events as part of a packed programme.
For instance those choosing flights to Alicante for their Spanish holiday of choice have the opportunity to watch Miguel Bose perform. The ex-actor has won Latin Grammy awards for his vocal talents.
Following a report by LV= that revealed that in the region of £1.1billion worth of golf clubs are lying idle in homes across the UK, armchair golfers may wish to consider a Spanish golfing holiday to brush up on their skills this summer.
On a Spanish holiday at La Manga Club, Tiger Woods wannabes and aspiring Arnold Palmers can attend the Academy of Golf where they can make the most of practice facilities, high-tech swing analysis and an experienced team of professionals.
Beginners or tour professionals can benefit from a golfing break at the La Manga Club Academy of Golf, where training is received via computerised video analysis as well as traditional teaching methods.
It was recently reported that many people who choose to get married abroad also have their honeymoon at the same destination.
According to Hitched.co.uk, an organisation that offers a free service to help couples with every aspect of getting married, people marrying abroad tend to make their honeymoon out of that destination because "if youre going that far it must be very beautiful".
Brits taking holidays in Spain over the coming weeks may have the pleasure of running into Irish actor Colin Farrell, who set to produce new thriller Triage in Alicante.
Farrell will play a photo-journalist returning from a dangerous assignment "without his colleague and best friend", according to IGN.
IGN reports that according to Variety, Bosnian director Danis Tanovic, who won an Oscar for Best Foreign Film for No Man's Land in 2001, will be at the helm.
Co-starring with Farrell, and another celebrity face you may see on a Spanish holiday this spring, is Paz Vega, star of Spanglish and Lord of the Rings actor Christopher Lee.
Fans of the English rock band Queen can see their heroes in action on a winter holiday in Spain this October but will have to book their tickets quickly if they want to avoid disappointment,
Formed in 1972 in London, Queen originally consisted of guitarist Brian May, lead vocalist Freddie Mercury and drummer Roger Taylor, bassist John Deacon joined the following year.
Lead singer Freddie Mercury died in 1991 and John Deacon retired not long after, but Brian May and Roger Taylor have continued to perform as Queen since.
Tickets to see the Queen with former Bad Company frontman Paul Rodgers taking up the vocals at the old La Condomina football ground in Murcia on October 24th are on sale now.
According to Think Spain, the gig will be one of only three concerts to take place in Spain during the 2008 world tour.