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Sample Mediterranean cuisine at Amapola

Brits taking holidays in Spain will no doubt be keen to sample some of the country's traditional cuisine during their stay.

La Manga Club is home to more than 20 bars and restaurants, with something available for people of all tastes.

One place where guests are sure to find some tasty cuisine on offer is at the resort's flagship Amapola Restaurant.

According to executive chef Nicholas Cedro, the food is prepared to an extremely high standard and with top quality ingredients.

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Take the teens to La Manga

Finding a destination that is suitable for both teenagers and adults can often be difficult.

However, British families looking for a resort that caters for all ages will find plenty on offer at La Manga Club.

Located in Murcia, it is home to three golf courses and 28 tennis courts, as well as football pitches, a health spa and several swimming pools.

In addition, the complex is within easy reach of the Mar Menor, Europe's largest saltwater lagoon.

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Enjoy water sports in Spain

Located beside Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, the Mar Menor Resort is the perfect destination for water sports enthusiasts.

There are a wide range of activities to choose from, including jet-skiing, sailing, canoeing and windsurfing.

Scuba diving courses and excursions are offered by a number of local operators. With its warm, shallow waters, the Mar Menor lagoon is a great place for beginners wanting to venture beneath the waves for the first time.

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Dine in style at the Mar Menor Resort

One of the best things about taking a holiday in Spain is having the chance to dine out and sample local food and drink.

Guests holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort in Murcia will find no shortage of restaurants to choose from during their stay.

The resort is home to several venues, all of which serve a wide range of dishes and have something to suit all tastes.

Nomad Restaurant is perfect for those with an adventurous palette.

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Most planes 'grounded until weekend'

The majority of travellers taking flights to Spain and other destinations will be forced to wait until at least Saturday before leaving the UK.

A large ash plume created by an Icelandic volcano means restrictions are likely to remain in place today (April 16th).

Experts fear particles of rock and glass in the ash could affect plane engines, causing them to jam.

A statement released this morning by The Air Traffic Control Service revealed that the volcano is continuing to erupt in Iceland.

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Take in Cartagena while at La Manga Club

Guests at La Manga Club may wish to take a quick trip to nearby Cartagena for a day out.

There are a host of things to do in the historical Murcia city and the 48 Hour Visit website suggests there is plenty that can be packed in during a short stay.

The harbour fortress of Fuerte de la Navidad, La Concepio Castle and the Teatro Romano Roman ruins were all picked out by the publication as popular locations that are worth a look, while great quality food was also promised across the town.

"You are guaranteed a delicious dinner at the restaurants available all over the city," it states.

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The third edition of the La Verdad-La Manga Club Golf Tournament will take place next month on La Manga's South Course.

The third edition of the La Verdad-La Manga Club Golf Tournament will take place next month on La Manga's South Course.

Said to be "becoming one of the region's most prestigious open golf tournaments" in the official La Manga blog, the event will take place on May 8th, with proceedings getting underway at 09:30 local time with a shotgun start.

Inscription is priced at €70 (£61.46) and interested parties have until April 30th to sign up, either by calling the La Manga Club Golf Administration office or online.

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3rd La Verdad-La Manga Club Golf Tournament next month

The third edition of the La Verdad-La Manga Club Golf Tournament will take place next month on La Manga's South Course.

Said to be "becoming one of the region's most prestigious open golf tournaments" in the official La Manga blog, the event will take place on May 8th, with proceedings getting underway at 09:30 local time with a shotgun start.

Inscription is priced at €70 (£61.46) and interested parties have until April 30th to sign up, either by calling the La Manga Club Golf Administration office or online.

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Take a course at the La Manga Tennis Academy

As well as topping up your tan on a holiday at La Manga Club, guests can hone their tennis skills by taking a course at the resort's academy.

There are a range of training programmes available, with something to suit people of all ages and abilities.

A great option for guests looking to brush up on the basics is the five-day intensive course. This is run every week throughout the year and includes two hours of on-court coaching each day.

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Buy golf clubs and accessories at La Manga Club

As well as three championship golf courses and an extensive range of practice facilities, guests holidaying at La Manga Club will also find a well-stocked shop where guests will find a wide selection of top-quality products.

The store, which was recently extended and refurbished, offers clubs by manufacturers including Callaway, Titleist, TaylorMade, as well as clothing by Ashworth, Cutter and Buck, Burberry and Lacoste.

Golf balls and accessories are also available, as well as shoes and ladieswear.

Players can also make use of the store's official Callaway Fitting Centre, where a team of PGA professionals will be on hand to measure you up for a set of woods, irons and a putter.

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