With the festive season over it's time to get back in shape and prepare for the year ahead.
Those looking to burn off the excess calories they consumed over Christmas may wish to consider a trip to La Manga Club in Spain.
Situated in the sunny Murcia region, La Manga is the ideal place to get in shape and with 28 multi-surface tennis courts, three championship golf courses and a state-of-the-art health and fitness centre, guests will be spoilt for choice.
La Manga is bordered on two sides by a national park and guests can also keep fit by exploring the surrounding countryside.
Let's face it, it's only natural to over-indulge a little during the festive season and enjoy one glass of vino too many.
However, guests staying at La Manga Club can detox their bodies by indulging in one of the sumptuous spa treatments available at the resort.
Spa La Manga Club offers a wide range of relaxing treatments designed to revitalise the body, including body scrubs, wraps and deep tissue massages.
Those looking for something extra comforting may wish to consider a Chocotherapy treatment, which involves a full-body chocolate massage with cocoa butter and sweet almond oil.
Travelling with children is never easy, however, low-fare airline Monarch has announced plans to introduce a new complementary 10kg hold baggage allowance for infants.
Speaking recently, the airline said that as well as offering parents this extra allowance, prams, pushchairs and car seats will continue to be carried for free.
Liz Savage, the managing director of Monarch's scheduled service division, said the airline was committed to providing good customer service to all of its customers.
"As an airline flying to popular holiday destinations in Spain, Portugal and Cyprus we carry many young families on their annual holidays and feel it is important to make their travel experience as seamless as possible," she added.