As well as relaxing and soaking up the sun, taking a holiday in Spain can be the perfect opportunity to learn new skills.
Brits holidaying at La Torre will find a wide range of sports and leisure activities on offer, including tennis.
The resort was recently chosen by the Spanish Tennis Federation to host the Davis Cup three-day semi-final between Spain and Israel.
Guests will find two tennis courts at La Torre and with the complex basking in sunshine for over 320 days a year, it is the ideal option for those who want to brush up on their tennis skills.
Holidaymakers planning to book flights to Spain may be interested to learn that budget airline Ryanair has launched a new seat sale.
The carrier is offering £5 flights on over 500 routes for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in January.
According to the airline, tickets must be booked before midnight on Thursday December 17th.
Ryanair spokesman Stephen McNamara commented: "Only Ryanair sells Europe's lowest fares with a no fuel surcharge guarantee.
An increasing number of people are choosing to take ten-day holidays to Spain rather than two-week breaks, it has been suggested.
Sally Kirby, travel specialist at Black Tomato, said lots of Brits are opting for trips of this length as they can jet off without spending too much time away from the office.
She noted that a ten-day trip only requires five or six days off work and can be more manageable than holidaying for two weeks.
"As in exit the UK on Friday night and then fly back the following weekend Sunday night and straight into the office if they are really short on annual leave days," Ms Kirby explained.
Situated in the sun-soaked region of Murcia in Spain, La Torre Resort is the ideal place to enjoy water sports activities such as scuba diving.
Courses and excursions can be organised through Scuba4all, with lessons available for people of all abilities.
Children can try their hand at diving by signing up to the Bubblemaker course. This allows youngsters to experience the underwater world while under the watchful eye of a fully qualified instructor.
All-inclusive holidays to Spain and other destinations are likely to prove popular in 2010, it has been claimed.
According to travel providers Thomson and First Choice, bookings for breaks that include flights, accommodation and food have risen by 32 per cent in the last five years, with holidaymakers increasingly keen to stretch their money further.
"Their success has a lot to do with the decline in value of the pound against the euro, making self-catering in short-haul destinations relatively expensive," they noted.
All-inclusive breaks are also proving popular as many resorts have "become a lot more sophisticated in the last few years".
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find no shortage of places to sunbathe and enjoy a relaxing swim.
The resort is home to several pools, with a mixture of indoor, outdoor and heated facilities available.
Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe has its own large swimming pool with a separate area for babies and a large sun terrace for holidaymakers who want to soak up the sunshine and top up their tan.
Holidaymakers who want to cool off by taking a dip indoors will find a 25-metre pool at Spa La Manga Club, as well as a jaccuzzi and sauna.
The cost of a budget flight to Spain can increase significantly when baggage charges and credit card fees are factored in, it has been revealed.
Figures compiled by consumer publication Which? Holiday found that additional fees can increase the cost of a ticket by up to 30 per cent.
The publication noted that the price of a flight to Malaga rose by 23 per cent when one piece of luggage was checked in and the booking was made on a credit card.
Rochelle Turner, head of research at the publication, commented: "It's hard to believe that any airline could justify increasing the ticket price by almost a third just for checking a bag into the hold and paying on a credit card - two services that not too long ago were included in the headline price.
Some of sport's top executives are set to gather at La Manga Club next March, it has been announced.
The resort has been selected to host the prestigious Leaders in Football conference, which brings together representatives from Europe's top clubs.
Executives from teams including Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus, Inter Milan, Bayern Munich, Celtic and Rangers will all be attending the event.
Top brass from the FA, UEFA and FIFA are also set to spend three days networking and attending meetings at La Manga Club.
People who enjoy hill-walking and jogging will be in their element holidaying at La Manga Club.
The popular resort is bordered by the stunning Calblanque National Park and guests will find no shortage of places to explore on foot.
There are dozens of excellent walking and jogging routes in the area surrounding La Manga and most are well-marked and easy to navigate.
For spectacular views, guests can take a stroll through the nearby village of Los Belones and climb to the summit of La Fuente hill, which takes around 45 minutes.
As well as enjoying the exceptional facilities on site, guests holidaying at La Torre Resort will find a number of spectacular beaches and coves to explore nearby.
The Costa Calida is renowned for its stunning coastline and, with the Mar Menor being extremely shallow, holidaymakers can expect to be greeted by very warm water during the summer months.
Santiago de la Ribera is home to a fantastic beach and is served by a ferry that crosses the Mar Menor every two hours, taking passengers to the Tomas Maestre Marina on the La Manga strip.
Los Alcazares is the largest town on the lagoon and is the ideal place for a family day out.