As well as spending time lounging by the pool and enjoying the sporting activities on offer, guests holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort can also get out and explore the surrounding area.
One of the best ways to do this is by booking a guided quad bike excursion and going off road.
Local company Quad Espuna offers regular tours of the countryside surrounding the resort, with instructors taking guests through the stunning Sierra Espuna National Park.
A range of different routes are available, from one-hour rides to excursions lasting a full day.
If you're staying in self-catering accommodation at La Manga Club, you will have access to your own balcony or terrace.
A great way to make the most of your outdoor area is to have a barbecue and enjoy your dinner al fresco.
Special food packages can be purchased from the Deli Cafe in Las Lomas Village, with three different options available.
These contain a selection of fresh meat, as well as everything you need for your barbecue, such as charcoal, freshly baked bread, crisps, seasoning, sauces and oil.
Holidays are all about relaxing. However, if you're keen to keep your exercise routine going during your break, then you will find plenty of ways to stay in shape at La Manga Club.
As well as three championship golf courses and 28 tennis courts, the complex boasts a health spa with a state-of-the-art fitness centre.
Here guests will find a wide range of equipment, including rowers, static bikes and cardio machines.
Brits booking flights to Spain and taking a break at La Manga Club this year have been advised to do their homework and shop around for a good deal on foreign exchange.
According to Moneysupermarket.com, a person buying 1000 from Travelex at Heathrow Airport can expect to pay an average of £68 more than someone withdrawing euros on their debit or credit card.
Travel money expert Peter Harrison commented: "Using an appropriate product can save holidaymakers a packet and there are several different options available to savvy travellers.
If the idea of waking up every morning and taking a dip in your own private pool appeals to you, then you may wish to consider renting a villa at the Mar Menor Resort in Murcia.
With more than 924 properties dotted around the complex, there is something available to suit everyone.
Villas are available with two, three and four bedrooms and are furnished to an exceptionally high standard.
Air conditioning units are provided, as well as televisions, DVD players, dishwashers, washing machines and microwaves.
As well as three championship courses, a clubhouse and a driving range, La Manga Club in Murcia is also home to its own golf store.
Players will find a wide range of goods on offer, including clubs by Callaway, Titleist and TaylorMade.
A selection of golf wear is also available, with brands such as Ashworth, Cutter and Buck, Burberry Golf and Lacoste on offer.
In addition, guests can stock up on accessories, gloves, tees, balls and shoes.
As well as several restaurants, guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find a number of cafes and poolside bars offering snacks during the day.
For a light bite to eat at lunch, the Deli Cafe is the perfect option, with its spacious terrace and pleasant views. It also sells a selection of essential groceries and meats, which means self-catering guests can stock up and prepare their own snacks.
Elsewhere, the Tie Break is a great place to enjoy a refreshing drink after a hard game of tennis, while Bar 37 offers light lunches and golf course views.
With more than 20 bars and restaurants to choose from, guests holidaying at La Manga Club can eat somewhere new every day if they wish.
There is something to suit all tastes and budgets, with each venue offering its own unique style of food.
For tasty Mediterranean cuisine, guests can head to La Manga's flagship Amapola Restaurant, which is home to a stunning terrace and serves up a selection of meat and fresh fish.
Elsewhere, Uncle Sam's American Restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy a family meal in casual surroundings, while La Bodega offers fine wine and tapas dishes.
Brits have been urged to take out an adequate travel insurance policy before taking a holiday in Spain or elsewhere this year.
The warning comes after a recent survey by Sheilas' Wheels revealed that the average holidaymaker carries a handbag with contents worth £1,100.
Of those polled, eight per cent said they have credit cards with an available limit of at least £10,000 in their purse.
Furthermore, it was found that the average makeup kit is worth more than £100.
Travel insurance is essential when taking a holiday in Spain or elsewhere.
This is according to Paul Thilo, vice-president of Direct Travel Insurance, who said people should view it as an vital purchase.
He noted that the cost of a good policy is very small compared to the expense involved in replacing lost luggage or paying for medical bills.
"I would advise those who are planning a holiday to consider carefully what they wish to be covered for, even if they are travelling on a shoe string," Mr Thilo commented.