If you're hoping to enjoy a luxury break in Spain this year, then why not consider holidaying at the Intercontinental Hotel at the Mar Menor Resort in Murcia.
Located in the heart of the complex, the five-star property boasts 57 deluxe rooms, as well as a number of stunning suites.
All rooms come with spectacular golf course views and spacious terraces or balconies where guests can unwind with a glass of wine or read the newspaper.
The hotel is also home to a luxurious health spa where holidaymakers will find a wide range of treatments on offer, as well as a 24-hour business centre and a gymnasium.
La Manga Club has been chosen as the official partner of Tennis Ireland.
The governing body for the sport in Ireland has 80,000 members across 200 clubs and will be promoting the resort to those it represents.
Commenting on the partnership, Des Allen, chief executive of Tennis Ireland, said: "La Manga Club is Europe's premier tennis destination by some margin and the ideal place for us to hold training camps and for our members to visit."
The resort has recently received endorsements from a number of other sporting organisations, including the European Tennis Federation, the English Women's Golf Association and the International Cricket Council.
Despite the economic downturn and volcanic ash cloud, millions of Brits are still planning to take holidays this year.
A recent street poll carried out by Adfero revealed that 56 per cent of people are hoping to jet abroad over the coming months.
Of these, 49 per cent intend to holiday within the eurozone, while 17 per cent are set to visit the US.
Holidays in Spain are set to prove popular, with 17 per cent of people planning to travel there.
Holidaymakers planning to book flights to Spain may be interested to learn that British Midland International (bmi) has announced that it will operate extra services during the British Airways cabin crew strikes.
The airline revealed that thousands of extra flights will be added between May 18th and June 5th 2010.
Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, chief executive of bmi, said the airline is providing customers affected by the action with a better alternative.
"We are increasing the number of seats available on our services so that customers can guarantee getting to their destinations when they planned to, particularly during the half-term period," he added.
Families planning to take flights to Spain over the coming month will be pleased to learn that British Airways (BA) plans to operate the majority of its services during the forthcoming cabin crew strike.
The airline announced that all Gatwick and London City Airport services will operate as usual, while around 50 per cent of short-haul flights are expected to depart from Heathrow.
BA chief executive Willie Walsh commented: "We are confident that many crew will ignore Unite's pointless strike call and support the efforts of the airline to keep our customers flying."
The Unite union called a 20-day strike earlier this week, with the first period of industrial action taking place from May 18th to May 23rd.
Located in Murcia, La Manga Club is home to more than 20 bars and restaurants, meaning guests will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining.
There is something on offer for everyone, with all food prepared to the highest standards.
Holidaymakers keen to sample local cuisine can head to the resort's flagship Amapola restaurant - an elegant venue that specialises in Mediterranean-inspired dishes.
Traditional Spanish specialities are also on offer at La Bodega, which serves fine wines and delicious tapas.
The exchange rate between the pound and euro may not be as favourable as it used to be, but Spain is still an affordable destination for British families.
This is according to Nadine Hallak, a spokesperson for Cheapflights Media, who said that with a little preparation and planning, travellers can visit eurozone countries without breaking the bank.
"Spain is particularly well-serviced by low-cost airlines. Return flights, departing from the UK, are almost always available for well under £100, making Spain one of the most affordable eurozone destinations," she commented.
Brits looking for a destination that caters for the whole family may wish to consider taking a break at La Manga Club.
The resort caters for people of all ages and is the perfect place for holidaymakers who enjoy outdoor activities.
La Manga's child-friendly activities include the Game Zone - a place where teenagers can meet and enjoy refreshments, video games and competitions.
Some of the activities that families can enjoy during their break include crazy golf, snorkelling, golf, tennis, squash and windsurfing.
Brits hoping to take a golf holiday in Spain this year need look no further than La Manga Club.
Located in Murcia, the resort is easily accessible for those flying from the UK and boasts an exceptional range of sports and leisure facilities.
La Manga is home to three championship golf courses and has hosted numerous major tournaments over the years.
In addition, there is an 80-bay floodlit driving range, as well a pitch and putt course and crazy golf area.
La Torre's luxurious Thai Room Spa is the perfect place to visit after a long day on the golf course or tennis court.
There are a range of treatments on offer, including massages and body scrubs.
For the ultimate in relaxation, guests can opt for the Thai Room Reflection therapy, which is a medium-pressure massage carried out by two people.
Alternatively, visitors can book in for the Thai Room Ultimate, which involves a dry massage and a massage using cloth bags filled with cloves and coriander.