La Manga Club has been named as the venue for the next Leaders in Football conference.
The event will take place in March 2010 and will see 50 senior football executives discuss all things football as well as providing a valuable opportunity for networking.
La Manga Club football manager Fran de Paula said he hoped the event would further boost the resort's profile and added: "It underlines the sporting industry's faith in the quality of our facilities."
Leaders in Football is the world's biggest football business event and has been hosted at Chelsea FC's Stamford Bridge stadium for the last two years.
People holidaying at La Manga could benefit from complementary treatment.
At least this is the suggestion of Dr Michael Dooley, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, who commented that alternative therapies can make it easier to give up alcohol, stop smoking or change diet.
The doctor stressed that such treatment would be most beneficial as part of an "integrated approach," but could bring about improvement in the recipient's physical condition.
He said: "Complementary therapies can have several benefits.
Holidays in Spain are still the number one choice for European holidaymakers, according to a new report.
The research carried out by survey organisation Eurobarometer found that 10.4 per cent of those questioned were planning to take a Spanish holiday, trailed by France and Italy respectively.
Respondents to the survey said their main motivation for getting away was rest and recreation, followed by a desire for sunny weather and good beaches.
X Factor finalist Ruth Lorenzo is set to perform at La Manga Club this weekend, taking to the stage of the luxury holiday resort in Spain's Piano Lounge Bar.
The singer, who came fifth in the 2008 edition of the popular ITV talent show, will be at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe venue on Saturday March 13th and visitors will be treated to a number of songs from her repertoire absolutely free.
Lorenzo grew up in Murcia and performed at La Manga Club during the early phase of her career, before she became famous.
She will appear at the Piano Lounge Bar one-month into its new season, which is going to include a number of themed nights throughout 2010.
Thomas Norret of Denmark has won the first Ecco Tour La Manga Golf Masters tournament.
He emerged victorious after a six-hole playoff, with fellow Dane Kasper Linnet Jorgenson and Norwegian Marius Thorp sharing second place.
Going into the tournament, Norret was 18th in the Ecco Tour's order of merit. Finland's Janne Mommo hit a hole-in-one in the first round of the competition and was tied for the lead at the end of the first day, but it was Norret who finished on top.
Guests at Murcia's La Manga Club will have access to a number of special water activity offers from April 1st if they are qualified divers.
The team from Adventure Divers will be back at the luxury holiday resort in Spain through to June and are throwing in some fresh deals to attract those already initiated in the wonders of water exploration.
A guided shore dive is available for free to people buying any 4 x guided diver package, while anybody booking two boat dives in the marine park will be given kit hire for no charge.
There will also be a Deep Diver package on offer as the speciality of the month.
Golf holidays in Murcia are popular among fans of the club and ball game, it has been suggested.
Travel Daily UK reported that the region has "been a favourite" among customers of Golfbreak.com for some time, with the courses, venues and climate all contributing to the appeal.
And it is also convenient to travel to, with the majority of airlines running flights to Murcia daily and Alicante's airport just 45 minutes away.
Scuba instruction and guided dive specialist Adventure Divers will be at La Manga Club in Murcia, Spain from April 1st, giving guests the opportunity to enjoy the wonders of underwater activities during the summer season.
Information disclosed in the official La Manga blog this week revealed that the team will be running a number of special offers to attract would-be divers in the two-month period to June, including a 'buy one, get another half price' deal on courses for beginners.
Free t-shirts will also be given out to those booking the Open Water course and the children's Bubblemakers course is to be made available with a ten per cent discount.
"If you're not already a scuba diver then 2010 is the year for you to learn .
Madrid Cricket Club (MCC) has stated that it intends the 3rd Madrid CC Twenty20 Solidarity Cricket Tournament at La Manga Club to be as successful in 2010 as it was last year.
On the luxury holiday resort's official blog, the organisation revealed that 2,350 (£2,135) was raised by the event 12 months ago, with proceeds going to the Vicente Ferrer Foundation.
Around 1,200 children suffering from visual, hearing and intellectual disabilities benefited from the money, which was used to purchase specialist cricket equipment.
"This year we hope to have just as much success on and off of the pitch," the MCC commented.
One travel writer has suggested that nothing gets in the way of the golf holidays he enjoys with one of his friends.
The Bloke wrote in his Yorkshire Evening Post blog that they have been heading away to play the game annually for a number of years and suggested it is unlikely something will disrupt their routine now.
"We may be married - not to each other I hasten to add - but we still manage to make time for our annual golf trip," he remarked.
His friend, Martin, is soon going to be a dad and in order to avoid cancelling the traditional golfing holiday, they have arranged to meet up early this year and have it before the baby is born.