After a long day sightseeing or enjoying the activities on offer at La Manga Club, guests will no doubt be keen to head out and enjoy a relaxing meal.
The resort is home to more than 20 bars and restaurants, so holidaymakers are sure to find something that suits their taste and budget.
For a delicious bite to eat in relaxed surroundings, guests can book a table at Luigi's, which serves Italian cuisine and has a welcoming family-friendly atmosphere.
People keen to sample traditional Spanish tapas dishes can visit La Bodega, while fresh seafood is on offer at La Cala.
A great way to unwind during your holiday in Spain is by indulging in a relaxing spa treatment.
Guests staying at La Torre Resort in Murcia can visit the Thai Room Spa, which is located within the complex and offers a wide range of therapies.
For the ultimate in relaxation, why not opt for a traditional body massage? Done without oils, it draws on the body's sen lines to leave you feeling rejuvenated.
Another great option is the Thai Room ultimate treatment, which is carried out using cloth bags filled with spices, cloves and coriander.
One of the best things about taking a holiday in Spain is having the opportunity to kick back and unwind, leaving the stresses and strains of everyday life behind you.
Holidaymakers staying at La Torre Resort will find a range of treatments on offer at the Thai Room Spa. However, for the ultimate in luxury and relaxation, guests can book a spa package.
These typically include several treatments that are spread over the course of the day and guarantee to leave you feeling fresh and rejuvenated.
Brits heading to La Torre Resort over the May bank holiday weekend will find no shortage of exciting activities to enjoy during their stay.
Located on the sun-soaked Costa Calida, it is the ideal destination for watersports enthusiasts. The nearby Mar Menor lagoon attracts thousands of bathers and sailing fans due to its warm, shallow waters.
Known as the Little Sea, it is around six degrees C warmer than the Mediterranean Sea that surrounds it.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will no doubt be keen to sample some of the delicious food on offer around the resort.
The complex is home to 20 bars and restaurants, meaning there is something to suit people of all tastes.
For a special meal out, why not book a table at La Manga's flagship Amapola Restaurant?
Located at Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe, the eatery serves up a range of Mediterranean-inspired dishes and boasts a stylish show kitchen.
Diners can enjoy delicious seafood from the Mar Menor, ox meat from the Sierra de Guardarrama, rice from Calasparra and juicy tomatoes from Mazarron.
Once dinner is out of the way, guests holidaying at La Manga Club can enjoy a relaxing drink by heading to the Piano Bar.
Located at Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe, the venue is home to a modern and stylish lounge area where visitors can unwind and socialise at the end of the day.
The bar opens nightly from 19:00, with live music beginning at 23:00.
As well as international cocktails and a selection of fine wines, guests can enjoy Asian-inspired tapas dishes.
Holidays are a great time to try new activities and develop your skills.
One resort where families will find a wide range of sports on offer is La Manga Club in Murcia, which is renowned for the quality of its facilities.
The resort is home to 28 tennis courts, as well as an academy that runs courses throughout the year.
Guests keen to master the basics can sign up for the five-day programme, which involves two hours of on-court coaching each morning and covers everything from singles and doubles tactics to drop shots and match play.
Brits planning to take a holiday in Spain have been advised to shop around in order to get the best currency deals.
According to the Post Office, travellers can end up paying over the odds by changing their cash at the airport.
Sarah Munro, head of travel money at the organisation, said people taking holidays to Spain and elsewhere often mistakenly believe that exchange rates are the same everywhere.
"UK tourists who don't check the rate offered for the currency they need could end up with less money to spend on holiday," she explained.
Thousands of British families will be packing their bags this weekend and jetting off on holidays to Spain, it has been revealed.
According to flight search site Skyscanner, Malaga and Alicante are the most popular destinations for people travelling abroad over the May bank holiday weekend.
Other hotspots include Tenerife, Belfast and Amsterdam, with Dublin also proving popular.
Skyscanner co-founder and market development director Barry Smith suggested that people are keen to stay close to home after the recent volcanic eruption in Iceland, which led to widespread delays and flight cancellations across most of Europe.
Why not get your holiday in Spain off to a great start by indulging in a treatment at Spa La Manga Club?
There are a wide range of therapies available, as well as day packages, with something to suit everyone.
To relax after a game of golf or tennis you could book in for a Swedish massage, which helps to ease sore muscles, improve circulation and relieve tension.
Another great option is the deep tissue massage, which leaves the skin feeling supple, relaxed and re-energised.
Body wraps and scrubs are also on offer, as well as herbal mineral baths.