If you enjoy having your space and the freedom to prepare your own meals when on holiday in Spain, then renting a villa at La Torre Resort could be the ideal option.
There is a wide range of properties to choose from, with all of them decorated and furnished to a high standard.
Available with two or three bedrooms, they are perfect for families and golfing parties who want to stay under the same roof.
Villas come equipped with air conditioning units, dishwashers, washing machines, televisions and direct dial telephones, among other things.
Guests holidaying at La Torre Resort will find dozens of venues to choose from when it comes to eating and drinking.
There are several restaurants dotted around the complex, including La Encina. A buffet-style eatery with indoor and outdoor seating, it offers a range of dishes, including tasty salads and sushi.
For mouth-watering Italian cuisine, guests can head to the Acacia Restaurant, which serves up pizza, pasta, risottos and is just a few minutes walk from the golf clubhouse.
As well as several restaurants serving evening meals, La Manga Club is home to a number of bars and cafes that offer snacks and light bites throughout the day.
After a morning relaxing by the pool or playing sport, there is nothing better than enjoying a long lunch.
Located at Las Lomas Village, the Deli Cafe is the perfect spot to enjoy breakfast and read the newspaper or have a delicious freshly-made sandwich in the afternoon.
Elsewhere, the Tie Break bar in the tennis centre is a great place to refuel after a gruelling match or practice session.
Home to 28 tennis courts, La Manga Club is the perfect destination for anyone keen to improve their technique or learn more about the sport.
The resort is renowned for the quality of its facilities and has hosted several high-profile events in the past, including the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and numerous ATP tournaments.
La Manga's tennis academy offers one-to-one tuition and intensive courses, with holidaymakers benefiting from the latest V1 digital coaching technology.
Players of all ages are catered for at the resort and guests can choose between clay courts, hard courts and artificial grass areas.
Brits taking holidays to Spain and other destinations are wasting millions annually on foreign exchange fees, it has been revealed.
Research by Santander Cards found that approximately 20 per cent of travellers use credit cards as their primary method of payment.
However, the company noted that most providers charge a 2.75 per cent transaction fee when goods are paid for in this way.
Located in the sun-soaked region or Murcia, La Manga Club is surrounded by spectacular scenery and natural attractions such as the famous Mar Menor lagoon.
A great way to get out and see what the area has to offer is by hiring a mountain bike and exploring at your own pace.
Guests will find a wide range of bicycles available for hire at the resort, as well as helmets, locks and trailers for young children.
The Calblanque National Park is home to dozens of trails and holidaymakers can also explore the nearby village of Los Belones or take a ride to the Portman Artillery Battery.
If you're one of the millions of Brits preparing to take a holiday this year, then why not consider enjoying a break at the Mar Menor Resort in Spain.
Located in Murcia, it is easily accessible from the UK and boats a wide range of accommodation options.
A great choice for those who want to holiday in luxury surroundings is the five-star Intercontinental Hotel, which is home to 57 deluxe rooms, five executive suites, one royal suite and one superior deluxe suite.
All rooms offer superb views of the Mar Menor golf course and are decorated in an elegant Moorish style.
Brits looking for a destination that offers excellent accommodation options and sporting facilities may wish to consider taking a break at La Manga Club in Spain.
The resort is home to three championship golf courses and has previously been voted as one of Europe's top golf destinations.
La Manga is also a great option for those who want to take lessons and improve their game.
One-to-one tuition is available from a team of pros at the golf academy.
An increasing number of Britons are enjoying holidays in Spain and other popular destinations, it has been suggested.
Ian Bradley, a spokesman for the Association of Independent Tour Operators (Aito), said travellers are starting to feel more confident now that the global economic downturn is beginning to ease a little.
"The UK could suffer in 2010 as travellers who tried the staycation last year are keen to head overseas this year and the currency situation becomes more favourable for foreign travel," he commented.
Mr Bradley noted that eurozone destinations such as Spain are more appealing this year than in 2009 due to the more attractive exchange rate between sterling and the euro.
A great way to stay in shape during your break at La Manga Club is to join one of the fitness classes on offer at the spa.
There are a number of options available, with something to suit people of all ages and abilities.
If you want to get your heart pumping and legs moving, then why not try a spinning class? This involves cycling to music and is a fun and effective way to burn up those extra calories.
Alternatively, you could consider joining the Latin moves group an energetic dance-based workout.