Brits taking holidays in Spain will no doubt be keen to soak up some sunshine during their break.
La Manga Club typically sees more than 300 days of sun every year, making it the perfect destination for a relaxing trip.
There are several swimming pools dotted around the complex, as well as a number of terraces where guests can sit out in the sun.
Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe is home to a large heated pool, with a separate baby area.
Located in Murcia, La Manga Club is within easy reach of the Mar Menor - Europe's largest saltwater lagoon.
Popular with watersports enthusiasts and bathers, its shallow waters are around six degrees C warmer than the Mediterranean Sea that surrounds it.
A great way to explore this famous natural attraction is by taking a boat excursion.
Guests will find a number of local providers offering trips around the lagoon, with many lasting for a full day, with lunch and swim stops.
If you're hoping to improve your golf skills this summer, then why not consider taking a course at La Manga Club in Spain?
The resort has a dedicated golf academy and runs a number of programmes throughout the year, catering for players of all abilities.
A great option for people looking to perfect the basics is the total golf learning experience course, which runs over four days.
This includes three hours of tuition each day and covers everything from long game skills to chipping and bunker play.
Alternatively, those short on time can opt for the quick fix two-day course, which can be completed in a weekend and is a great choice for people keen to hone their existing skills.
Guests holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort in Spain will no doubt be keen to make the most of the sports and leisure facilities on offer there.
As well as golf and swimming, holidaymakers can enjoy a relaxing game of tennis during their break.
In addition to a main tennis court, the resort is home to eight paddle tennis areas, which guests are free to make use of during their stay.
There are no age restrictions, meaning the whole family can play and, with the resort basking in sunshine for more than 320 days a year, the Mar Menor Resort is the ideal destination for active holidaymakers.
The region of Murcia basks in sunshine for more than 300 days a year, making it the perfect destination for Brits who enjoy spending time outdoors.
Guests staying at the Mar Menor Resort will find no shortage of activities to enjoy during their stay, with everything from golf to scuba diving and tennis available.
A great way to get out and see the area is by taking a quad bike excursion and going off-road.
Local company Quad Espuna offers a range of excursions and day trips, including guided tours through the Sierra Espuna National Park.
Britons planning to take a luxury holiday in Spain over the coming year may wish to consider taking a break at the La Manga Resort.
Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe is an elegantly decorated five-star hotel located in the heart of the complex.
There are a range of rooms available, including executive suites and terrace rooms. For the ultimate in luxury, guests can book one of the hotel's royal suites.
People hoping to holiday at La Manga Club this summer will find a wide range of accommodation options available to them, with something to suit everyone.
A great option for families and groups is to book one of the self-catering apartments in Las Lomas Village.
Available with two and three bedrooms, they come furnished to a high standard and have been designed with comfort in mind.
Kitchens come equipped with cookers, washing machines, microwaves and dryers, as well as air conditioning and heating units.
Holidaymakers planning to take flights to Spain and other destinations over the weekend may be interested to learn that all Ryanair flights are currently operating on schedule.
The airline said it expects to have its backlog of passengers - stranded due to cancellations last week - cleared by the end of today (April 23rd).
"We apologise again to passengers for the disruptions they suffered over the last seven days as a result of the closure of European airspace, which we hope will not reoccur, even if there are further eruptions," said Ryanair spokesman Stephen McNamara.
In addition, the carrier has laid on extra flights to Spain over the weekend, with additional services operating between Birmingham and Alicante tomorrow.
Brits who are taking flights to Spain or heading home from their break have been offered some advice on how to deal with the disruption caused by the recent Icelandic volcano eruption.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the EU Regulation on Denied Boarding and Cancellation gives travellers the right to reimbursement within seven days of the full cost of their ticket, or an alternative flight to their destination.
Holidaymakers waiting for the next available flight are also entitled to meals and refreshments, as well as hotel accommodation if an overnight stay becomes necessary.
"Passengers are advised to keep receipts of any expenses they intend to claim from their airline.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club can turn back the years by booking a revitalising facial at the spa.
There are a wide range of options available, with something to suit all budgets and skin types.
An ideal treatment for first-time guests is the refresher facial, which involves a Hungarian mud mask, luxurious massage and softening hand therapy.
Those with dry skin can opt for the aromatherapy facial, which helps to soothe skin and ease away the stress.