As well as enjoying activities within the resort, holidaymakers staying at La Manga Club will find plenty to explore outside.
The resort is bordered on two sides by the stunning Calblanque National Park, which is the ideal place for a spot of jogging and hill walking.
Guests will find dozens of tails to explore, with many well-marked paths offering unrivalled views of the surrounding area.
The resort is also situated close to La Fuente Hill, which can be accessed by walking through the village of Los Belones.
Brits taking holidays in Spain later this month will have the chance to learn a little about the country's rich history.
Taking place from March 18th to March 22nd, the annual Moors and Christians Festival is one of Alicante's most popular events and features street carnivals, battle re-enactments and religious events.
According to events site Whats on When, the festival is celebrated all throughout the Alicante area, with each village celebrating in their own way.
One of the highlights of the festival is when the Moors and Christians parade through the streets dressed in historic costumes.
One expert has suggested that haggling may be the key to securing a better holiday deal this year.
Mark Bower, lifestyle sales director at Lastminute.com, said there are plenty of ways in which Brits can get a good value holiday.
For those who cannot avoid peak times and must travel during the school holidays, Mr Bower recommends haggling with travel agents and car hire companies.
With a little knowhow and determination, anyone can save money on their next holiday in Spain.
That is the opinion of Stuart Bensusan, insurance director at Holiday Extras, who said there are dozens of ways that Brits can cut costs.
"Simple things such as changing the day you fly, or booking directly with hotels and airlines rather than going through a travel agent, could result in significant savings," he commented.
Dealing with hotels and car hire companies directly can help travellers save money, as well as signing up to email alerts and newsletters.
Filming of hit ITV show Benidorm has recommenced in the Spanish resort.
Those taking holidays in Spain over the coming months may have the opportunity to spot stars including Johnny Vegas and Siobhan Finneran as they enjoy fun and frolics at the fictional Solana resort.
According to Typically Spanish, filming of series three began at the end of February and is expected to last until May 30th.
"Eight hour long programmes are being prepared, doubling the previous duration," the news provider said.
It was reported earlier this week that a baby pygmy hippopotamus has gone on show at Fuengirola Zoo and those taking holidays in Spain will certainly find no shortage of animal attractions.
One of the most popular places to visit in the Costa Blanca is Mundomar in Benidorm, where holidaymakers can enjoy entertaining dolphin, parrot and sea lion shows.
Other animals at the park include flamingos, turtles and a large colony of penguins.
Ideal for a family day out, Mundomar is also home to a large children's playground, which features a large climbing wall, swings, bridges, slides and play nets.
Properties in Spain can still represent good value for money, it has been claimed.
Richard Way, editor of A Place in the Sun magazine, said that now is a great time to buy, particularly for those who do not require a large loan.
He remarked that, in his view, the market is close to bottoming out and for those taking a long-to-mid-term view of property investment, the outcome is likely to be positive.
"There are still some good opportunities in the eurozone, absolutely and if you buy with a euro mortgage then it really doesn't make much difference anyway," he commented.
Holidaymakers should ensure that they shop around for the best deals on car hire, insurance and flights to Spain, it has been claimed.
Speaking earlier this week, Mark Bower, lifestyle sales director at Lastminute.com, suggested that the market is flooded with great deals and that no one should be paying over the odds.
"People are still going out but are not paying full price for anything - people are being a lot savvier on what they're purchasing.
Those taking holidays in Spain this year will have the opportunity to visit one of the latest arrivals at Fuengirola Zoo.
A pygmy hippopotamus, which was born in December, has now gone on public display.
The baby is only the third of its kind to have been born at the zoo and the little one is likely to pull in the crowds this summer.
According to Euro Weekly news, there are just 3,000 pygmy hippos in the wild.
The credit crunch may lead to an increase in the number of people taking short breaks, rather than lengthy summer holidays, it has been suggested.
Mark Bower, lifestyle sales director at Lastminute.com, said that instead of sacrificing holidays, people may be inclined to cut back on the length of time they spend abroad.
The website has also reportedly seen a rise in late bookings, with people leaving it until the last minute to book their holidays in Spain and other destinations.