Britons taking flights to Spain in the near future may be interested to learn that budget airline Ryanair is to start selling newspapers on board flights from London Stansted.
Copies of the Independent and Independent on Sunday will be available for £1, with the carrier planning to extend the scheme to other airports if it proves successful.
Ryanair spokesperson Sinead Finn said she expects the initiative to be a success with passengers.
Some of the destinations currently served by the airline include Alicante, Murcia, Malaga, Barcelona and Madrid.
Players keen to improve their ability on the course may wish to consider booking an intensive course at La Manga Club.
The resort, which is home to three championship courses, is renowned for the quality of its facilities, making it the perfect place to master the basics.
A range of courses are available, with something to cater for players of all ages and abilities.
Lasting four days, the Total Golf Learning Experience is a great option for people who are keen to cover all aspects of the game.
Located in Murcia, La Manga Club is surrounded by stunning Spanish countryside, making it the perfect destination for hiking enthusiasts.
Guests will find no shortage of places to explore, including a number of well-marked trails in the nearby Calblanque National Park.
Holidaymakers that are feeling a little more adventurous can take a stroll towards the picturesque village of Los Belones and hike to the summit of La Fuente Hill.
This takes around 45 minutes and walkers will find spectacular views from the top.
Holidaymakers visiting La Manga Club need not let their exercise routine fall by the wayside during their stay.
The resort is home to a state-of-the-art fitness centre, which means guests can stay in shape and work out.
There is a range of equipment to choose from, including rowing machines, free weights, static bikes and cardio machines, with a team of expert instructors on hand to help guests through their routines.
The centre is also home to a six-lane swimming pool, in addition to a physiotherapy and consultation room.
Around two million people will be jetting off on holidays to Spain and other popular destinations over Easter weekend.
According to ABTA - The Travel Association, Heathrow Airport is set to be the country's busiest transport hub, with around 575,000 travellers due to pass through between April 1st and April 6th.
Elsewhere, Manchester Airport expects to handle approximately 141,000 people, while 15,000 will depart from Southampton.
"Easter is the traditional curtain raiser to the summer and I am delighted to see that hundreds of thousands of our customers are taking the opportunity to take a well earned break both here in the UK and overseas," said ABTA chairman John McEwan.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club in Murcia will be spoiled for choice when it comes to bars and restaurants.
There are more than 20 venues to choose from, with something to cater for all tastes.
A great place for those looking to enjoy a casual meal is Uncle Sam's American Restaurant.
Located at La Plaza, it serves up a range of tasty dishes, with everything from spare ribs to fried chicken and hamburgers on offer.
Golf enthusiasts holidaying at La Manga Club will find a wide range of practice facilities to help them hone their skills.
In addition to its three championship golf courses, the resort boasts an 80-bay floodlit driving range, complete with target greens.
Guests can also make use of La Manga's practice bunker, chipping green and putting area.
In addition, the resort is home to a crazy golf course, which is something the whole family can enjoy.
One of the best things about taking a holiday in Spain is having the opportunity to enjoy new food and sample local cuisine.
Guests staying at La Torre Resort in Murcia will find many restaurants to choose from, with something to cater for all tastes.
La Encina is an impressive buffet-style eatery with an outside terrace overlooking the golf course. Holidaymakers dining here will find a range of grilled meat and fish dishes, as well as tasty salads and cold meats.
Holidaymakers staying at La Torre Resort over the Easter period will no doubt be keen to get out and explore the stunning Spanish countryside and unspoilt beaches.
A great way to do this is by booking a horse riding excursion and travelling around at a relaxed pace.
Guests will find a number of companies offering pony treks, including local stable Equipo Escuela, which has more than 30 years of experience in training riders of all ages and abilities.
Holidaymakers can take lessons and work on their riding technique or alternatively book a place on a trail trek, which lasts between one and two hours.
Guests holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort in Spain will find a range of global cuisine on offer within the complex.
With several bars and restaurants to choose from, visitors will be spoiled for choice when it comes to dining.
One establishment that is sure to impress is the Hiroko Restaurant, which specialises in Asian cuisine.
The Japanese section of the menu features a variety of tasty sushi and tempura dishes, while fans of Chinese cuisine can enjoy noodles and glazed duck.