For most people, having the opportunity to dine out nightly is one of the highlights of travelling overseas and those holidaying at La Manga Club will certainly not be disappointed by the food on offer there.
The resort is home to more than 20 bars and restaurants, meaning guests are likely to be spoiled for choice.
There is something to suit all tastes, from the elegant Amapola Restaurant to the relaxed Uncle Sam's, which serves up a range of American-inspired cuisine.
For a traditional Spanish meal, holidaymakers can head to La Bodega, where they will find a selection of tasty tapas dishes and fine wines.
If getting into shape and toning up is your new year's resolution, then you may wish to consider giving yourself a kick start by holidaying at La Manga Club in January.
The resort, which is located in sunny Murcia, boats an excellent range of sports and leisure facilities, which means that shifting those excess pounds may not be as difficult as you thought it would be.
La Manga's Fitness Centre is home to a 25-metre indoor pool, as well as a spacious gymnasium where guests will find a range of state-of-the-art equipment.
There is also a stretching area, fitness studio, physiotherapy room and consultation zone.
Brits holidaying at La Manga Club will be spoiled for choice when it comes to sports and leisure activities, with a wide range of things on offer.
For those who want to explore the area that surrounds the resort, one of the best ways to do so is by booking a horse riding lesson or excursion.
The Rancho de la Fuente riding stables, which are located around five kilometres from La Manga Club, offer guided rides that take in the stunning countryside and unspoilt beaches of the Calblanque National Park.
Riders of all ages and abilities are catered for, with pony trekking excursions also available for the little ones.
Frequent business travellers have revealed the things that annoy them most when taking flights to Spain and other destinations.
In a poll carried out by Jurys Inns, not being able to find a good hotel was named as the biggest annoyance, followed by forgetting to check in online for a flight.
Other top traveller irks include dull bathroom lighting, forgetting to pack a mobile phone charger and missing breakfast because of an early meeting.
Commenting on the findings, Jurys Inns chief executive John Brennan said: "Unlike holidaymakers, business travellers are on tight schedules and it's the simple things like printing out a guest's boarding pass or having a supply of mobile chargers handy for guests which can ensure a hiccup free stay.
A record-breaking 900,000 Brits are set to take to the skies with budget airline easyJet this Christmas, it has been revealed.
According to the airline, this represents a six per cent rise compared with last year.
Flights to Spain are proving particularly popular this year, with Brits flocking to hotspots such as Malaga, Alicante and Barcelona.
Paul Simmons, easyJet's UK general manager, said staycations are clearly yesterday's news.
Guests holidaying at La Torre Resort in Spain can relax and unwind by visiting the luxurious Thai Room Spa and indulging in one of the many treatments on offer there.
Some of the therapies available include the Thai Room Reflection massage, which is completed by two masseurs and involves a mix of ancient techniques.
Holidaymakers can also indulge in a Presence of Thai Room treatment - an intense pressure massage done with the elbows and relaxing coconut oils.
A range of luxury facials are also on offer, with therapists using everything from Thai silk cocoons to honey, orange juice and ground almonds to improve radiance and skin tone.
Trying to prepare the family for a holiday in Spain at Christmas can be a busy time for parents, between packing and making sure no presents are left behind.
However, those taking flights to Spain over the festive season have been urged to check their airline baggage restrictions before leaving.
According to Stansted Airport, holidaymakers should ensure they pack any sharp objects such as tweezers in their hold luggage as these are not permitted in the general onboard cabin area.
Passengers are also reminded that any liquids being carried in hand luggage must be stored in containers with a capacity of no more than 100mls.
Brits jetting off on holiday to Spain this winter have been urged to "get the right plastic" before leaving the UK.
Moneysupermarket.com said travellers can save a considerable amount by doing their homework and shopping around for the right card.
Travel money expert Peter Harrison said that opting for a prepaid card may be a good idea for taking a flight to Spain this winter.
Known as the Little Sea, the Mar Menor is Europe's largest saltwater lagoon and one of Spain's most popular natural attractions.
Bordering La Manga Club, the expanse of water is mild even in the winter months and is the ideal place to take a relaxing dip or try out some water-based activities.
At less than seven metres at its deepest point, it is widely considered to be one of Europe's best sailing destinations and is a popular choice for those who also enjoy sports such as canoeing and waterskiing.
As well as exploring the Mar Menor, guests can visit the picturesque villages that surround it, which include Los Alcazares and Santiago de la Ribera.
Holidaymakers visiting La Manga Club will no doubt be eager to explore the area surrounding the resort and one of the best ways to do this is by hiring a bicycle.
Not only is cycling a great way to keep fit, but it also allows guests to take in the sights at a slow pace and to explore the places that cannot be reached by car.
Biking La Manga offers a wide selection of bicycles that can be hired for a single day up to a week, or more.
Helmets and locks are provided and everyone from toddlers to adults can be accommodated.