Located inside the Club House, La Manga's Golf Shop stocks a wide range of quality clothing and equipment.
The store has recently been extended and refurbished, making it a one-stop-shop for all of your golfing needs.
Clubs manufactured by Callaway, Titleist and TaylorMade are stocked, as well as golf wear by Ashworth, Cutter & Buck, Burberry Golf, Callaway, Lacoste, Marie Valois and Glenmuir.
Guests will also find a large range of balls, shoes and La Manga-branded accessories.
With most golf courses in the UK currently covered in a thick blanket of snow, it could be time to pack up your clubs and book a holiday to Spain.
La Manga Club is home to three championship golf courses and is renowned for the quality of its sports and leisure facilities.
The resort has previously hosted a number of international tournaments, including the Spanish PGA Championships, Senior Spanish Open and Spanish Juniot Championships.
As well as three great courses, guests will also find an excellent range of practice facilities, with an 80-bay floodlit driving range and a large practice bunker located at La Manga Club.
Brits booking flights to Spain have been advised to book their airport car parking online, rather than paying when they arrive.
Writing for travelmag.co.uk, Charlotte Key noted that the cost of parking is significantly higher for people who do not arrange it in advance.
Budget airline Ryanair has revealed its customer service statistics for the month of November.
Over 89 per cent of its flights to Spain and other destinations were on time, with 33,000 services leaving during their scheduled departure slot.
Furthermore, the carrier said it received less than one complaint per thousand customers over the course of the month.
"These statistics confirm that Ryanair delivers Europe's number one customer service to airline passengers," the airline claimed.
Holidaymakers are optimistic about 2010, despite the current economic climate, it has been revealed.
A survey of European travellers carried out by TravelZoo revealed that 42 per cent of people plan to take more holidays next year than they did in 2009, while 25 per cent expect to enjoy the same number of breaks.
Respondents in the UK were the most optimistic about their travel plans, with 55 per cent planning to take more holidays to Spain and elsewhere in 2010 than the previous year.
The study also revealed that breaks abroad are extremely important to Brits, with many people willing to cut back on other luxuries in order to afford them.
Cheap flights to Spain and other destinations are more widely available than ever before.
This is according to David Henderson, a spokesperson for the Association of European Airlines, who noted that budget airlines have helped to increase customer choice and put a premium on efficiency, with traditional airlines forced to face up to the competition.
"What the no-frills airlines are doing is offering 'a la carte' travel, where you pay for the basic trip and select your own add-ons, like baggage services, food, seat selection, in-flight entertainment et cetera," he commented.
Mr Henderson noted that a number of major airlines have also started to charge for on-board refreshments on flights to Spain and elsewhere, although most have "drawn the line" at charging for baggage.
Holidaymakers staying at La Manga Club will be spoilt for choice when it comes to bars and restaurants, with more than 20 venues dotted around the complex.
One place where guests are guaranteed a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere is the Piano Bar, located at the Hotel La Manga Club Príncipe Felipe.
A spacious and modern venue with a comfortable seated lounge area, it is the perfect choice for guests looking to relax after their dinner and enjoy a refreshing drink.
The bar opens nightly from 7pm, with live piano entertainment beginning at 11pm.
Budget carrier Ryanair is set to transport 2.5 million passengers on flights to Spain and other destinations over the festive period.
The airline noted that one in four of its customers are travelling for less than £10 after snapping up discounted tickets during October and November.
Ryanair spokesman Stephen McNamara commented: "This year more families will flock to the sun and the slopes thanks to our heavily discounted Christmas fares.
If you're heading to La Manga Club and can't decide what treatment to enjoy in the spa, you may wish to consider booking one of their signature therapies.
The Lomi Juma, Floral and Mineral Spa Rituals are based on traditional holistic treatments from around the globe.
Each involves a honey scrub exfoliation to smooth and nourish the skin, as well as purifying hot and cold mud wraps and a luxurious massage ritual.
Guests can choose from the Hawaiian Lomi Jumi, which is an uplifting and energising massage, or the Indian Floral and Mexican Mineral, which help to boost circulation and enhance wellbeing.
As well as enjoying traditional therapies, guests holidaying at La Manga Club can indulge in some unique Mediterranean-themed treatments.
The therapeutic Mar Menor mud treatment involves a warm body wrap, regenerative facial and an invigorating facial cream application.
Moisturiser is also applied to the body, which promotes muscle and joint relief, as well as softening the skin.
Another Mediterranean therapy that guests can enjoy is the olive marmalade cellulite treatment.