Guests that are keen to maintain their fitness regime while on holiday in Spain will find plenty of ways to stay in shape at La Manga Club.
The resort boasts a state-of-the-art gymnasium, where visitors will find a wide range of equipment, including rowers, free weights and cardio machines.
La Manga's health and fitness centre is also home to a stretching area and physiotherapy room, as well as a studio.
In addition, guests can enlist the help of a personal trainer, who can design a programme that is tailored to their specific needs and monitors progress throughout their stay.
Brits planning to take flights to Spain in the near future will be pleased to learn that the majority of UK airspace has now been reopened.
Only a small area in northern Scotland now remains affected by ash blowing over from Iceland.
According to the National Air Traffic Service (Nats), restrictions were lifted as a result of guidance from the Civil Aviation Authority.
"This brings to an end a period of disruption and uncertainty for air passengers.
EasyJet is set to operate hundreds of flights to popular destinations such as Spain today (April 21st), it has been announced.
The news follows the decision to reopen British airspace after six days of closure.
Services resumed across the UK and much of continental Europe earlier this morning, with the airline planning to carry around 140,000 passengers over the course of the day.
"Safety is easyJets number one priority.
Holidaymakers taking flights to Spain and other destinations have been advised to arrive at the airport at least two hours prior to their departure.
According to Liverpool John Lennon Airport (JLA), travellers should allow plenty of time to check-in and make their way through security due to the high volume of people who are likely to be flying today.
"A number of easyJet departures and arrivals have already taken place this morning and the airport is awaiting further information from airlines as to what other services will be operating over the coming days," it stated.
However, JLA warned that passengers should only travel to the airport once their flight departure has been confirmed.
Travellers taking holidays to Spain would be willing to bend the truth in order to secure a free upgrade, it has been revealed.
A study carried out by Hotels.com found that 41 per cent of people would pretend they were honeymooners to obtain a free bottle of wine or a better suite.
One in 20 penny-pinching tourists admit to having topped up bottles from the minibar with water to avoid paying for what they have consumed.
One of the best things about taking a holiday in Spain is having the opportunity to learn new skills and try activities that aren't available back home.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will no doubt be keen to explore the nearby Mar Menor.
Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, it is a popular destination for water sports fans, due to its warm, shallow waters.
A great way to explore the Mar Menor is by scuba diving and venturing beneath the waves.
Families planning to take a self-catering holiday in Spain this year may wish to consider heading to La Manga Club in Murcia.
Renowned for its extensive sports facilities and high quality accommodation, the resort is an ideal destination for Brits hoping to soak up some sunshine this year.
There are a wide range of properties to choose from, including villas with swimming pools and spacious townhouses.
Apartments are also available, which are an excellent choice for small families and couples.
Brits hoping to treat themselves to a luxury break in Spain this year may find that a holiday at La Manga Club is the perfect choice.
As well as hundreds of self-catering properties, the resort is also home to the five-star Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe, which boasts 192 stunning guest rooms and suites.
Nominated at the 2009 World Luxury Hotel Awards, it is stylishly decorated, with large windows overlooking the golf course.
For the ultimate in luxury, holidaymakers can book a royal suite, which features separate living, dining and work areas, as well as a sauna, marble bath and walk-in shower.
A great option for families planning to take a holiday in Spain this year is to rent a villa and go self-catering.
Located in Murcia, La Torre Resort is home to a wide selection of properties, with something to suit groups of all sizes.
A number of villas come with their own private pools, gardens and terraces, making them an ideal option for those who want to enjoy some peace and quiet during their holiday in Spain.
Properties are furnished to a high standard and come equipped with washing machines, televisions, DVD player and air conditioning unit.
La Torre Resort is home to some of Murcia's best restaurants, so guests will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining.
For delicious Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, holidaymakers can head to Limonero, which serves up typical rice dishes, including traditional paella.
Elsewhere, guests can enjoy Italian cuisine by booking a table at the Acacia restaurant, which offers pizza, pasta and risotto, among other things.
Another venue located within the complex is Bamboo, which specialised in cuisine from Mexico, Thailand, China, India and the Middle East.