As well as the restaurants within the resort, guests holidaying at La Torre Resort will find several eateries to explore within the locality.
There is something to suit all tastes and budgets nearby, including La Tropical Restaurant in Los Alcazares, which serves up a range of rice dishes, as well as tapas and fresh seafood.
For an alternative to Mediterranean cuisine, guests can head to the Otomatua Restaurant in Los Narejos. Diners will find Chilean and Indian food on offer here.
When it comes to dining, those holidaying at La Torre will find no shortage of places to choose from.
There are numerous venues, meaning holidaymakers can try somewhere new every day.
For a buffet-style dining experience, guests can head to La Encina, which boasts a terrace overlooking the golf course and serves up everything from salads to sushi and smoked salmon.
Elsewhere, the Acacia Italian Restaurant offers a selection of pizzas, pasta dishes and risotto, while the Gingko Club specialises in Japanese cuisine.
As well as lounging around by the pool, holidaymakers staying at La Torre Resort in Murcia can also explore some of the nearby beaches.
There are dozens of places to choose from, including the Mar Menor, which is Spain's largest saltwater lagoon and is the perfect place to take a dip or enjoy water sports activities.
Holidaymakers will also find plenty of beaches to explore along the sun-soaked Costa Calida, including the two sandy stretches of coastline at Lo Pagan and the beach at Santiago de la Ribera.
For a family day out, why not head to the resort of Los Alcazares, which has a large promenade and dozens of shops, bars and restaurants.
If you're keen to improve your tennis skills, why not consider taking a break at La Manga Club in Murcia?
The resort is renowned for its sporting facilities and is home to 28 tennis courts in total.
La Manga Club has hosted a range of prestigious events in the past, such as the Davis Cup and the Fed Cup, as well as numerous ATP tournaments.
Guests can book one-to-one lessons or enrol themselves on one of the resort's intensive courses, which are perfect for those who want to see a major improvement in a short space of time.
Ideal for beginners, the adult five-day courses are designed to cover all of the basics of the game, including singles and doubles tactics, approach shots and match play.
Brits planning to take a break at La Manga Club this year may wish to consider renting an apartment at Las Lomas Village.
Properties typically come with two or three bedrooms and have been designed with groups and families in mind.
The apartments are laid out in three-storey buildings, with an outdoor swimming pool in the centre.
They come equipped with a tastefully furnished lounge area, direct dial phones, air conditioning units, hairdryers and a safe deposit box.
Keeping teenagers occupied and out of trouble when on holiday in Spain or elsewhere can often be difficult.
However, parents bringing their children to La Manga Club in Murcia will find no shortage of activities to keep them occupied throughout their stay.
The resort basks in sunshine for most of the year, which makes it the perfect place to enjoy outdoor activities and water sports.
Teenagers can take part in intensive courses at La Manga's sporting academies or enjoy exhilarating quad bike excursions and horse riding trips.
Spain is the most popular destination for Brits hoping to take a holiday in 2010.
According to travel site Skyscanner, it was the most searched for destination by British holidaymakers during the month of January.
Popular Spanish hotspots include Malaga, Alicante, Murcia and Madrid.
"Overall, Spain remains the most popular country for British travellers, despite fears that less favourable euro exchange rates would lead to a switch to non-euro countries," the website noted.
Families holidaying at La Manga Club this Easter will have the opportunity to take part in the new Funlandia programme.
It features a range of activities that the whole family can enjoy, with the majority of these being free for guests staying at Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe or Las Lomas Village.
Funlandia runs throughout Easter, the May half-term holidays, summer and the October half-term break.
Children will have the opportunity to take part in fun pool games, sports matches and karaoke sessions.
Taking a holiday in Spain does not mean your usual fitness regime needs to fall by the wayside.
As well as an extensive range of sports and leisure facilities, La Manga Club is home to a state-of-the-art fitness centre.
Located in the spa building, it is home to a number of cardiovascular machines, as well as a weights area.
There is also a fitness studio where guests can take part in classes, as well as a physiotherapy room.
Why not get your holiday off to a great start by treating yourself to a relaxing spa treatment?
Spa La Manga Club offers a range of treatment options, with something to suit everyone.
One of the best ways to get an instant pick-me-up is to opt for a rejuvenating facial.
A classic oxygen treatment lasts for 60 minutes and helps to purify and soothe the skin, leaving it brighter, softer and re-hydrated.
Meanwhile, those who want to combat the signs of anti-ageing can choose the 90-minute diamond facial, which awakens dormant cells and penetrates the deepest layers of the face.