La Torre Resort is located in the sun-soaked Spanish region of Murcia and boasts a wide range of excellent facilities, making it the ideal option for Brits planning to take a holiday in Spain next year.
As well as dozens of sandy beaches and secluded coves, the area is home to many cultural attractions, including the spectacular Roman amphitheatre in Cartegena and the Castillo de la Concepcion.
A wide range of accommodation is available at the resort, from rental apartments to spacious family villas and luxurious hotel suites.
All apartments are fully furnished and come equipped with everything you could possibly require during your stay, with washing machines, dishwashers, televisions and DVD players all coming as standard.
Brits hoping to take a golf holiday overseas in 2010 should look no further than La Torre Resort in Spain.
The Murcia region of the country is renowned for the quality of its courses and players staying at the complex will be spoilt for choice, with a wide range of places to play nearby.
Located within easy reach of La Torre is the Nicklaus Golf Trail, with free transport offered between each facility.
La Torre itself is home to an 18-hole par 68 course, spread across five hectares.
A great way to get into the holiday mood is to indulge in a relaxing spa treatment.
Holidaymakers staying at the luxurious La Torre Resort in Spain will find a range of therapies on offer, including several specially designed packages.
The Heart of Lotus involves a Thai massage, Indian head treatment and refreshments, while the Princess of Andaman package features an almond body scrub, reflection massage and relaxing facial.
Some of the other treatments that guests holidaying at La Torre can enjoy include a foot massage, Thai cocoon facial, honey facial and a "miracle massage" carried out by two therapists.
One of the great things about taking a holiday in Spain or elsewhere is having the opportunity to try new and exciting activities.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find no shortage of ways to stay occupied during their stay, with everything from tennis to sailing on offer.
For people keen to explore the area surrounding the resort, one of the best ways to do so is by taking a horse riding excursion.
The Rancho de la Fuente riding stables are located around five kilometres away from the resort and offer guided trips through the stunning trails of the Calblanque national park.
Brits hoping to improve their tennis skills during their next holiday in Spain may wish to consider a break at La Manga Club.
Located in sunny Murcia, the resort boasts 28 tennis courts, as well as an internationally renowned tennis centre and academy.
Guests will find 20 clay courts, four hard courts and four AstroTurf areas, in addition to a squash facility and two paddle tennis courts.
Tuition is available for guests of all ages and abilities, with instructors using the latest digital technology to offer first-class tuition and guidance.
Guests holidaying at La Torre Resort in Spain will find no shortage of spectacular beaches to explore during their stay.
The Costa Calida area is home to the Mar Menor - Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, as well as a number of secluded sandy coves.
Lo Pagan is home to two beaches, which are separated by a fishing harbour and marina. Here guests will find a long promenade joining the area to Santiago de la Ribera.
Brits planning to take holidays in Spain over the coming year have been advised that there are a number of ways they can cut the cost of their trip.
According to Thomson and First Choice, travellers can save money by booking their break early, especially if they have young children and travel times are confined to school holidays.
"There will be less chance to grab a last-minute deal nearer the summer so if you want to get yourself a bargain and ensure you have the best choice in holiday, now is the best time to book," said Dermot Blastland, managing director of TUI UK and Ireland.
Other top tips include opting for a ten-day break rather than staying away for a fortnight, booking an all-inclusive package and shopping around for a good currency deal.
Located in Murcia, La Manga Club basks in sunshine for more than 300 days each year, making it the ideal destination for holidaymakers looking to relax and soak up some rays.
The resort boasts numerous swimming pools and guests will find no shortage of places to enjoy a dip or to sit down with a good book and an ice cold drink.
Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe has its own heated swimming pool, as well as a baby zone and a spacious sun terrace.
Meanwhile, Las Lomas Village is home to two outdoor pools, as well as Spa La Manga Club, which boasts a 25-metre swimming bath, along with a relaxing jacuzzi and sauna.
Brits booking flights to Spain have been offered some tips on how to stay flu free.
Writing for the Mirror, Nigel Thompson said there are a number of steps travellers can take to avoid catching colds and flu.
"Carry a pack of hand sanitiser. All you need is 100 ml or less and to apply it liberally, keeping your hands away from your mouth, eyes and nose," he noted.
Christmas parties, late nights and too much chocolate can wreak havoc on the skin, which is why people taking holidays in Spain over the coming weeks may wish to consider treating themselves to a relaxing facial.
There are a number of different treatments to choose from, with something to suit all skin types.
The Refresher Facial is an ideal option for first-time spa guests and leaves dull skin feeling nourished and rejuvenated.
Designed to restore natural radiance, the ceep cleansing facial purifies and softens the face, while the gentleman's facial offers soothing and youthful results.