Holidaymakers heading for the pine covered southern hills of La Manga Club can enjoy staying at the luxurious Las Palmitas Villas.
The development offers fantastic views of the La Manga Club resort and further past this to the Mar Menor.
Perfect for families who desire some privacy on their Spanish holidays, Las Palmitas is one of the newest and most secure of the La Manga Club developments.
Swimmers will no doubt be thrilled by the heated and spacious communal pool.
Britons taking flights to Murcia can look forward to a smooth transfer between Murcia International Airport and their resort hotel, after it was revealed that three new access roads are to be built.
Typically Spanish reports that the new road access to Murcia Airport is designed to allow three million vehicles a year travel to and from the hub.
The three access roads will see the development of two from the north and one from the south.
Murcia's regional councillor for public works, housing and transport, Jose Ballesta revealed details at a press conference on Thursday, Typically Spanish reports.
Monarch Airlines has announced that it is to partner hit television property show A Place In The Sun Live.
The live events show is to take place as a series of overseas exhibitions which are expected to draw up to 70,000 attendees over the four weekends they run.
Featuring exhibitors from 40 countries from around the world the events will include expert seminars which will offer advice on overseas properties.
"We are delighted to be working with A Place in the Sun Live.
A man who recently proposed to his girlfriend while on a flight to Alicante is a frequent visitor to Spain, it has been revealed.
According to Easier, 53-year-old Mick Hill, who popped the question to girlfriend Sharalyn Anderson aged 52 on Valentine's Day, owns a sailboat in the region and regularly takes flights to Alicante for weekend holidays.
Ms Anderson reported that she was at Luton Airport when she first met Mr Hill, who was waiting for his usual flight to Alicante.
"I thought that as we met at the airport it would be very fitting to propose mid-flight and when better than Valentine's Day! I was nervous of what Sharalyn's reaction would be," Mr Hill recounted.
Spain has being tipped to do well in 2008 by travel agents, according to one commentator.
Research carried out by travel marketing company The Network shows that flights to Spain feature in the "short-haul popularity stakes" for travel agents this year, Easier reports.
On the whole, travel agents are optimistic about the forthcoming holiday season, with 38 per cent of independent agents predicting holiday bookings to rise by between five and ten per cent in 2008.
"The prospects for 2008 holiday bookings through the trade are hugely encouraging [the] survey demonstrates the value of talking directly to travel agents to gain up-to-date market intelligence," commented Paula Lacey, business development director at The Network.
Spain has received some much-needed rainfall, it has been reported.
Typically Spanish notes that a heavy rainfall on the normally dry Costa del Sol this week has helped to partially fill the reservoirs in Malaga.
The publication reports that the rainfall deposited the most amount of water seen by the reservoirs since autumn 2007.
In terms of sunshine, the absence of precipitation has been great for those taking flights to Alicante for Spanish holidays, but adds to the period of extended drought currently taking place in Malaga.
Flights to Spain are top of the list for the majority of sun-seeking Britons, it has been revealed.
According to Holidays-Direct.co.uk is the most popular destination for British holidaymakers.
Spain's Costa Blanca is home to "breathtaking" and beautiful beaches according to one commentator.
Those taking flights to Alicante can be met with delightful coastal towns and large sandy beaches, Canada.com reports.
In particular, the huge limestone rock above sea level located between Denia and Xabia is impressive, it is claimed.
The recently settled Open Skies Agreement between the United States and the European Union could mean cheaper flights to Spain.
According to the Air Transport Users Council (AUC), when Europe was liberalised, the e-market allowed low-cost airlines such as easyJet and Ryanair to operate, meaning a drop in airfares.
AUC industry affairs manager James Fremantle added that this liberalising the air transport market is "good" for consumers as it draws down prices and offers more choice.
"I can't think of anything bad that can come of it from a consumer point of view.
For spectacular views and plenty of comfort on a holiday to La Manga Club, why not book into Monte Verde Villas.
Situated at an elevated position the villas offer fantastic views all around down to the south golf course and beyond to the beautiful Mar Menor.
Perfect for those who wish to enjoy tranquillity while on a Spanish holiday, the development benefits from a peaceful setting, idyllic backdrop and quality specifications.
Those taking family holidays in Spain can book into a two, three or four bedroom apartment, complete with open plan living area meaning that travellers have privacy and yet can relax in a sociable atmosphere.