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Golfing for guys at La Manga Club

This article tells the story of how a group of guys ended up at La Manga Club, this six strong group of golf mad guys, whose partners do not golf, have no interest in golf and have decided to stay at home for this trip are seeking a bit of time away together. The guys are keen to go somewhere warm and sunny for their 5 day trip and want at least three different and challenging golf courses to keep them occupied. Money is not too much of a problem for them, but they want good value and are keen to combine their golf with a bit of tennis and maybe even a kick around football match or two while they are on their lads jolly. It is for all these reasons that they have chosen La Manga Club, as their destination.

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Botanical body treatments at La Manga Club

No matter what stresses real life throws at you, you can be sure that a botanical body treatment at La Manga Club will wipe them away and leave you feeling on top of the world. A real treat for guys, girls or couples, the botanical body treatment at La Manga truly is a mind and body experience not to be missed. Taking a full seventy five minutes, you risk feeling like you have died and gone to heaven.

The minute you walk into the spa at La Manga Club, you know youíre going to be in for a treat.

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Getting and staying in great shape at La Manga Club

La Manga Club is the ideal place to go and either get into, or stay in great shape, it is the perfect spot for men, women and children alike to organise a stay to either raise the bar of their existing fitness level or establish a fitness level they have not managed to achieve at home, La Manga has it all. Add to the fitness facilities, the likelihood of sunshine and warm weather and your goals will suddenly seem even more achievable.

None of the La Manga resort sporting activities are gender-specific, so itís the ideal spot to work up a sweat whatever your gender, age or interests. If youíre going to La Manga Club with your family for a family holiday, but you have a secret hidden agenda to up your fitness level while youíre there, it couldnít be easier.

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Flights To La Manga

Murcia Airport is probably the most attractive of the airports when vacationing at La Manga Club as you are only a 20 minutes drive away from the Club. Alicante on the other hand is a bit further away, taking around an hour to drive to reach the club. When you are not used to driving in Spain, travelling to la Manga Club may also prove a bit of a strain on a long journey, although the trip from Alicante airport is very simple.

Murcia Airport, located in San Javier, lays just off the coast of the Mar Menor.

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Legendary Italian food at La Manga Club

With its monochrome interior and its true Italian feel, The New Luigis Restaurant, serves up a whole lot more than just pizza and pasta, newly renovated and having opened its doors for the first time in its new guise on April fools day 2012, you would be the fool not to go. Luigis truly is La Dolce Vita. With Tuscan cuisine at its core, it epitomizes everything that all good Italian restaurants are about. Good times, good food and good company.

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A day in the life of Alfie at La Manga Club

I am Alfie and am exactly 7 and a half years old and am on holiday at La Manga Club with my mum, my dad and my gran and granddad, ee have been here three times already and I just love it. In fact, I think we all do. I do not have any brothers or sisters, but at La Manga, there is tons of kids around for me to play with. Mum says it so so safe, I can even go down to the football academy on my own on my bike.

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Luxury accommodation at La Manga Club

No matter how you look at it, La Manga Club oozes luxury, the neat cream coloured buildings against the green of the golf courses and the bright blue of the pools just spell luxury holiday, in capital letters. When it comes to accommodation at La Manga, there are two main luxury options. There is the Hotel Principe Felipe and Las Lomas Village.

The Hotel Principe Felipe is true 5-star living in every sense of the word.

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Protect your Spanish Holiday Money with Travelex

Whilst on holiday in Spain you do not want the worry of carrying cash if you do not need to. Having a Travelex Cash Passport enables you to carry all your money on a card. Travelex works in conjunction with Master Card giving you all the benefits that they offer with a regular cash card.

There are two types of cash passports available: Cash Passport Currency Card

A cash passport currency card is available in 6 currencies; Euro, US Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Australian Dollar, South African Rand & New Zealand Dollar.

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Planning your holiday at La Manga Club

If you have decided to spend your holiday at La Manga Club this year, planning your getaway could not be easier, the La Manga website, http://www.lamangarentals.com has been designed to make the planning, booking and run up to your holiday as pleasurable and stress free as it possibly can be. Unless you are already familiar with the resort it is a great idea to spend some time exploring the website.

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Flights from the UK and Ireland to Alicante Airport

If you are travelling to Alicante, there is a vast choice of locations to fly from and a choice of who to fly with. With over 20 Airports to choose from, you can shop around to find the best prices for your time of travel. Here is a list of different airports in the UK and Ireland that have flights to and from Alicante Airport, and the flight companies using these routes;

Belfast Airport to Alicante Airport - Jet2, EasyJet, Fly Thomas Cook, Bmibaby and Aer Lingus

Bristol Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Fly Thomas Cook and RyanAir

Blackpool Airport to Alicante Airport - Jet2

Birmingham Intl Airport to Alicante Airport - Monarch, Fly, Thomas Cook, Thomson Fly, Bmibaby and RyanAir

Bournemouth Airport to Alicante Airport - RyanAir

Cardiff Airport to Alicante Airport - Thomson Fly

Cork Airport to Alicante Airport - Aer Lingus

Doncaster Airport to Alicante Airport - Thomson Fly

Dublin Airport to Alicante Airport - Aer Lingus and RyanAir

Derry Airport to Alicante Airport - RyanAir

Edinburgh Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet and RyanAir

Exeter Airport to Alicante Airport - Flybe

East-Midlands & Nottingham Airport to Alicante Airport - Bmibaby, Jet2, Thomson Fly, RyanAir and Fly Thomas Cook

Glasgow Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Jet2, Thomson Fly, Fly Thomas Cook and RyanAir

Leeds/Bradford Airport to Alicante Airport - Jet2, RyanAir and Fly Thomas Cook

Liverpool Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet and RyanAir

London Stansted Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet and RyanAir

London Gatwick Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Monarch, Fly Thomas Cook and Thomson Fly

London Luton Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet and Monarch

London Southend Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet

Kerry Airport to Alicante Airport - RyanAir

Knock Airport to Alicante Airport - RyanAir

Manchester Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Monarch, Jet2, Fly Tomas Cook and Thomson Fly

Newcastle Airport to Alicante Airport - EasyJet, Jet2, Fly Thomas Cook and Thomson Fly

Southampton Airport to Alicante Airport - Flybe

Durham Tees Valley Airport to Alicante Airport - Thomson Fly.

We hope this can help you when deciding where you will be flying from when travelling to Alicante.

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