Parents taking children on family holidays to Spain have been issued with advice on how best to keep their children happy while travelling.
According to Tesco Travel Insurance, researching the flights to Spain before booking could prove useful, as airlines can offer children's meals and arrange for raised seats for babies.
Also, the organisation notes that regional airports can sometimes offer better entertainment facilities for children.
"Ensure you take a bargaining tool for critical situations - a new game, book or snack that will calm them down," the travel insurance provider recommends.
Britons taking flights to Spain this summer need not overly worry about their alcohol consumption affecting their waistlines if they stick to locally produced brews.
According to Typically Spanish, a vineyard in the wine producing region of Jumilla, Murcia has invented "vino light".
The wine - Altos de la Ermita - has an alcohol content of 6.5 degrees - half the normal amount for traditional wine.
Britons taking Spanish holidays may consider reaching their destination by means of ferry travel.
According to the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta), such travel offers a greener method of travel.
The Shipping Times revealed that over 235,000 passengers passed through the Port of Dover over the four days of the 2007 Easter holiday weekend - seven per cent more than the amount that passed through on the 2006 holiday weekend
"It offers customers and families another choice, really. It's just a different type of holiday that you get - it's a very different experience," Frances Tuke, spokesperson for Abta.
The expansion of low-cost airlines has made traditionally hard to reach areas in Spain "very accessible", it has been reported.
According to Primelocation.com, these Spanish holiday areas have been "opened up" by low-cost flights to Spain.
The news comes as British Airways prepares to launch its new short-haul routes from Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airports to Malaga and Alicante from March 30th, 2008.
Britons looking to drive on the continent for their Spanish holidays this year have been urged to check with their insurance provider prior to setting off.
According to the AA, although people with UK car insurance will automatically be covered third party when driving in Spain, they will not necessarily be insured comprehensively.
The news comes after the RAC Foundation reported that three million British motorists travel on the continent by ferry and the channel tunnel annually.
"Some insurers do provide up to 90 days free comprehensive cover for your vehicle anywhere in Europe.
A lucky groom has won a "dream wedding" in a competition, after boarding a flight to Alicante from Doncaster Airport, it has been revealed.
Thomsonfly reports that Andrew Wagg has been announced the winner of the Ram FM Getaway Groom endurance competition.
Mr Wagg had to get as far away from the radio station in Derby as he could in a 24 hour period.
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Among the many luxury villas offered by La Manga Club, Los Altos villas offer one of the most lavish standards of accommodation.
Located within easy reach of both La Manga Tennis and La Plaza Centres, Los Altos are popular villas among sporty holidaymakers.
However, the villas also have a spacious lounge area and roof terraces for those looking to enjoy nothing more than sunbathing and relaxation during their Spanish holiday.
Beautiful views of the area are also among the benefits of the roof terraces which come complete with a private barbeque.
This Valentines Day one couples romantic Spanish holiday began while on a flight to Alicante, with a proposal of marriage.
While flying through the air on the way toward a luxury holiday in Spain Mick Hill proposed to his girlfriend Sharalyn Anderson.
The couple were taking a flight to Alicante from Luton when 52-year-old Sharalyn of Leigh on Sea received a special Valentine's Day card and a marriage proposal from her boyfriend.
Cabin crew then announced the couples engagement to the rest of the passengers as they shared a bottle of champagne.
Spanish holidays are in demand among Austrian tourists, according to newly released figures.
Wiener Zeitung reports that a leisure-time and tourism poll by research institute IFT showed that 60 per cent of Austrians took holidays amounting to at least two days in 2007.
And among the favourite holiday destinations for Austrians were luxury holidays in Spain, the publication reveals.
According to the figures, the average holiday was 11 days long and six per cent of holidaymakers took flights to Spain.
On the occasion that travelers' flights to Spain are delayed, there is now the chance to catch up on forty winks in the solitude of a private capsular form of hotel room.
The Yotel at London Heathrow Airport's Terminal 4 promises to provide "everything you would expect from a luxury hotel in a small space".
A Yotel is also available at London Gatwick's South Terminal where weary travelers can choose from a premium double room or a standard single cabin.
The cabins provide holidaymakers with a private area in which to rest in addition to en suite bathrooms in which to freshen up before their flights.