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Creamfields festival to take place in Spain

One of thirteen confirmed Creamfields festivals will take place in Spain in 2008, it has been reported.

According to Gigwise, organisers have confirmed that the global extravaganzas will follow a tenth anniversary of Creamfields' flagship festival in Daresbury, Cheshire during August.

"It was the perfect time to take Creamfields to new territories," James Barton, chief executive officer of Cream was quoted as saying by Gigwise.

Last year, the UK event was headlined by The Chemical Brothers and a full line-up for Creamfields UK 2008 is scheduled to be announced on BBC Radio 1 next month.

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El Forestal villas in La Manga Club

Located at the far end of La Manga Club, El Forestal villas offer holidaymakers seclusion, luxury and tranquillity.

El Forestal villas are situated close to Beach Cove. Beach Cove is La Manga Club's private beach, sometimes referred to as La Cala Beach Cove.

The secluded beach lies on the Mediterranean coast and is in easy reach of those staying at El Forestal villas.

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Stylish Montemares villas in La Manga Club

Hard working Britons can look forward to luxurious and relaxing holidays in La Manga Club if they stay at Montemares apartments.

Located in the southern part of La Manga Club, Montemares offers stylish villas alongside a selection of two, three and four-bedroom apartments.

Situated close to the Mediterranean coast, the villas have a modern feel with features including broadband and wireless internet connection, air conditioning for the summer months and ducted heating for the winter alongside satellite television with UK channels.

Most holidaymakers will prefer looking out to the coast however, with the majority of villas offering views out to the Mar Menor inland sea.

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Alicante Esplanade's 50th year celebrations

If you're lucky enough to have taken a Spanish holiday to Alicante in the past week, you may have witnessed the amazing 50th anniversary celebrations for the city's historic and iconic wavy esplanade.

The esplanade was laid on February 19th 1958 and is a popular place for tourists to visit during their holiday in Spain, featuring many restaurants and shops, as well as being a favourite place for elderly locals to indulge their love of cards.

The marble tiles are presented in the three traditional colours of the Spanish holiday province - cream, black and red, contrasting wonderfully with the seven kilometers of sandy beaches the esplanade has to offer.

Alicante's esplanade is a mainstay of Spanish holiday postcards and guidebooks, and long may it continue – for at least another fifty years!

Alicante, on the beautiful Costa Blanca, was formed as a trading point by the Greeks and the Phoenicians in the tenth century, but was at later points in history developed by Carthagian, Roman, Gothic, Moorish and Christian hands, all of who's influence can still be seen in the city today.

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Murcia "has a huge amount to offer"

With news this week that more Britons booking flights to Murcia could head inland when they get there, one article has pointed to the popularity of the Lorca region.

The popularity of the area, which may be of interest to those considering luxury holidays in Spain, was recently highlighted in a kyero.com survey that placed it as the third most popular place to visit in Murcia, homesworldwide.co.

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Gastronomic holidays in Spain

Food-loving British holidaymakers may soon be taking their flights to Alicante to feed their fantasy of a perfect break.

Travelbite.co.uk has reported that holidaymakers can enjoy their Spanish holidays by taking a "gastronomic voyage" and journeying along the paella trail in Valencia.

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El Pinar Apartments at La Manga Club

El Pinar Apartments at La Manga Club are among the most luxurious apartments for those enjoying Spanish holidays to reside in.

Built into the surrounding hillside, the apartments offer enviable views out to Mar Menor and to golf courses in La Manga Club resort.

El Pinar Apartments look onto an outdoor pool area that is shared between residents, offering holidaymakers a sociable yet secluded feel to their luxury holiday in La Manga Club.

The residence also has a central position within the resort and is therefore ideal for families looking to take advantage of the sporting facilities available on a holiday in La Manga Club.

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Los Naranjos villa holidays

Britons taking flights to Murcia will find themselves in the vicinity of the illustrious La Manga Club, home to the Los Naranjos villas.

This collection of villas is in actuality a small community development, comprising of two, three and four-bedroomed individual villas.

The development is located within close distance of nearby restaurants, shops and activity centres which include golfing facilities, an internationally celebrated tennis centre, top of the range footballing institute and a horseriding centre.

Accommodation is to a high-standard and is perfect for families thanks to the two pools included.

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Las Palmeras Apartments for views of La Manga

La Manga Club is located in easy reach of Murcia Airport and close to the popular resort of Alicante.

And guests staying at La Manga Club's luxury Las Palmeras Apartments can enjoy stunning vistas across the resort's famous golf courses to the inland sea Mar Menor and out to the Mediterranean.

The Las Palmeras Apartments are idyllically set behind the Par 47 putting green, one of the most idyllic spots in all of La Manga Club.

Regarded as one of the best value apartments in La Manga Club, the apartments boast stunning interiors complete with marbled floors.

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Brits motoring on Spanish holidays should not neglect insurance

UK holidaymakers taking Spanish holidays should remember to give their car insurance provider a call before travelling, it has been reported.

According to AA, it is also important for holidaymakers to check with their car insurance company well in advance of travelling abroad so they can check that they will be comprehensively covered.

The news comes after the RAC Foundation revealed that three million British motorists travel to the continent by ferry and channel tunnel each year.

"Before driving outside the UK, check with your car insurer that you will be comprehensively covered.

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