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Las Lomas apartments in La Manga Club

Located in a Spanish "pueblo-style village" in La Manga Club is where holidaymakers will find the Las Lomas apartments.

Overlooking the North Golf Course, the domiciles consist of spacious one, two and three-bedroom apartments.

Studios developments are also available for those on family holidays in La Manga Club.

The apartments are set in a village which boasts its own restaurants and mini-market.

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Bellaluz apartments in La Manga Club

Built around a central plaza area, La Manga Club's Bellaluz apartments are perfect for those wishing to retain their sense of cutting edge style and sophistication while on a Spanish holiday.

For those who seek luxury holidays in Spain there is a wide range of shops, boutiques, and restaurants to enjoy at the complex in La Manga Resort.

Sporty holidaymakers are also located close to the tennis centre, golf courses and football academy.

Bellaluz apartments are located in their own village at La Manga Club which has a unique character of its own.

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Spain 'proving popular destination'

Spain is proving to be a popular holiday destination in 2008 thanks to services offered by budget airlines, it has been reported.

Other countries popular for package deals look to include Turkey, Egypt and Morocco, Frances Tuke, a spokesperson for the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta) observed, according to the BBC.

Ms Tuke added that despite the looming threat of a credit crunch, Abta members have reported a "very busy" January and February in terms of holiday bookings.

"People will find a way to pay.

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Shorter breaks 'reduce stress'

Britons are swapping the traditional two-week getaway for shorter Spanish holidays, it has been reported.

According to Holiday Inn, 52 per cent of Britons will not be opting for a fortnight's holiday overseas in 2008, instead preferring to take a selection of three to four-day breaks throughout the course of the year.

Research by the organisation showed that the average family takes in the region of four short holidays a year.

Consumers claimed to feel that a long weekend's break taken every three months can prevent stress from building up in everyday life.

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Pregnant flyers 'should be treated as individuals'

Pregnant women wishing to take flights to Spain should be treated on a case-by-case basis, it has been asserted.

According to the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), a trade union and professional organisation run by midwives for midwives, it is impossible to create a comprehensive set of guidance for pregnant flyers because "you never know what can happen to a pregnant woman once you take off".

However, in certain cases, women should not travel, for example if they have a low-lying placenta or high blood pressure.

"Some airlines say they will admit pregnant women up to a certain number of weeks and usually they want the midwife or doctor to give confirmation that she is fit," Janet Fyle, professional policy advisor for the RCM commented.

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Horseriding at La Manga Club

Holidays to La Manga Club are perfect for those on family holidays in Spain. The beauty of a luxury holiday in La Manga Club is that the break can be as active or as relaxing as you like.

Parents can relax on the beaches of the Mar Menor while children splash in the sea, golf enthusiasts can practice their driving and putting on the many golf courses at the resort while their partners try out their swing at the tennis centre.

Budding footballers can even enjoy a kick-around at the professional football academy.

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Tie me kangaroo down sport

Those taking Spanish holidays in Alicante may have found themselves face-to-face with a creature better associated with the land down under than the popular European holiday destination they had travelled on holiday to.

A young kangaroo was discovered in a field near to Elda. Measuring 30 centimetres in length the antipodean creature was reported to have been neglected.

Think Spain reports that Esther Esquembre from the Animal Protection Society's centre in Villena noted that the kangaroo "shows signs of not having been looked after correctly" due to lumps of fur falling out.

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Creamfields festival to take place in Spain

One of thirteen confirmed Creamfields festivals will take place in Spain in 2008, it has been reported.

According to Gigwise, organisers have confirmed that the global extravaganzas will follow a tenth anniversary of Creamfields' flagship festival in Daresbury, Cheshire during August.

"It was the perfect time to take Creamfields to new territories," James Barton, chief executive officer of Cream was quoted as saying by Gigwise.

Last year, the UK event was headlined by The Chemical Brothers and a full line-up for Creamfields UK 2008 is scheduled to be announced on BBC Radio 1 next month.

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El Forestal villas in La Manga Club

Located at the far end of La Manga Club, El Forestal villas offer holidaymakers seclusion, luxury and tranquillity.

El Forestal villas are situated close to Beach Cove. Beach Cove is La Manga Club's private beach, sometimes referred to as La Cala Beach Cove.

The secluded beach lies on the Mediterranean coast and is in easy reach of those staying at El Forestal villas.

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Stylish Montemares villas in La Manga Club

Hard working Britons can look forward to luxurious and relaxing holidays in La Manga Club if they stay at Montemares apartments.

Located in the southern part of La Manga Club, Montemares offers stylish villas alongside a selection of two, three and four-bedroom apartments.

Situated close to the Mediterranean coast, the villas have a modern feel with features including broadband and wireless internet connection, air conditioning for the summer months and ducted heating for the winter alongside satellite television with UK channels.

Most holidaymakers will prefer looking out to the coast however, with the majority of villas offering views out to the Mar Menor inland sea.

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