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.
Brits looking for a holiday destination that caters for people of all ages, may wish to consider booking a flight to Spain and holidaying at La Manga Club.
Located in Murcia, the resort boasts an extensive range of facilities and runs a number of children's clubs.
Kids under the age of 12 can make new friends and try exciting activities by joining the Junior Club, while teens can keep themselves entertained at La Manga's Games Zone.
Children can also use their holiday as an opportunity to learn new skills, by enrolling on an intensive course at one of the resort's sports academies.
Guests holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort in Murcia will find a number of companies offering bikes for hire locally.
Bicycles can also be rented with baby seats and child trailers, along with helmets and locks.
There are a number of places to explore nearby, including the Mar Menor lagoon and the stunning Calblanque National Park, which is perfect for those who want a challenging ride.
It is also a great way to see local villages and get around the resort.
Brits are more positive about their holiday plans for the year ahead than they were in 2009, it has been revealed.
Research carried out by travel magazine Wanderlust and the Association of British Travel Agents found that 83 per cent of people are planning to take the same number of trips or more in the year ahead than they did in 2009.
When asked the same question in May 2009, 77 per cent gave the same answer.
Furthermore, the research revealed that 81 per cent intend to spend at least the same amount of money on their holidays to Spain or elsewhere.
Brits taking holidays in Spain or elsewhere this year have been urged to buy travel insurance before leaving the UK.
According to Moneysupermarket.com, a policy for a family of four travelling to can be purchased for as little as £10.
Bob Atkinson, a travel expert at the website, said protection is essential and people should not consider leaving home without it.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club this year will find dozens of sports and leisure activities to enjoy during their stay.
There is something on offer for people of all ages and abilities, as well as intensive courses for those who want to develop new skills during their stay.
The resort is home to three championship golf courses and 28 tennis courts, as well as a driving range, crazy golf course and state-of-the-art fitness centre.
Guests can also try their hand at water-based activities, such as scuba diving, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, jet-skiing and snorkelling.
Guests holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort will find a range of sporting activities on offer including tennis.
The complex boasts one large court, as well as eight paddle tennis courts and is the perfect place for holidaymakers to brush up on their skills.
Tennis equipment can be hired from the resort on a half hour or hourly basis for a small charge.
Once guests have finished on the court they can enjoy a refreshing drink at one of the many nearby bars and restaurants.
As well as lounging by the pool and soaking up the sunshine, Brits holidaying in Spain may also wish to explore the stunning countryside.
A great way to do this is to book a horse riding excursion, which allows visitors to see the area at a slow pace.
Guests staying at the Mar Menor Resort in Murcia can head to the nearby Rancho de la Fuenta stables.
The facility caters for riders of all ages and abilities, offering a range of different lesson and tour options.
One of the best ways to relax during your break at the Mar Menor Resort is to indulge in a rejuvenating treatment programme.
There are dozens of different options on offer, with some of the most popular being the spa's hot stone therapies.
The chakra balancing treatment lasts for one hour and 50 minutes, and involves being massaged with warm volcanic stones and given a calming accupressure head massage.
Guests can also book themselves in for a holistic back, face and scalp massage with hot rocks, which is designed to revitalise, stimulate and rebalance the body.
As well as enjoying the fantastic range of sports and leisure facilities on offer, guests holidaying at the Mar Menor Resort can also treat themselves to a relaxing spa treatment.
Surrounding by rolling hills and mountains, the Espa at the InterContinental Hotel is the perfect place to unwind after a long day on the golf course.
The facility is warm and inviting, with Moroccan lanterns adorning the walls and relaxing music playing in each room.
Guests will find a range of treatments to choose from, including hot stone massages and intensive anti-ageing facials.