Brits heading to La Manga Club to detox and shape up after the festive season will find no shortage of sports and leisure facilities to enjoy.
However, one of the best ways to get fit is to pull on your walking boots and explore the Murcia region on foot.
As well as helping to get your heart pumping, it is a great way to see the spectacular scenery that surrounds the resort and take in some of the nearby natural attractions.
Guests will find a range of well-marked trails within easy reach of the resort, as well as paths leading through the Calblanque National Park.
Guests taking a break at La Manga Club this year can get their holiday off to a relaxing start by indulging in one of the spa treatments on offer there.
A wide range of relaxing options are available, including several Mediterranean-inspired therapies.
The therapeutic Mar Menor mud treatment is the spa's signature body wrap and features natural ingredients taken from Europe's largest saltwater lagoon.
Guests are covered in the warm mud before being cocooned in a blanket and treated to a regenerative facial and application of body cream.
La Manga Club may be famed for its exceptional golf and tennis facilities, but holidaymakers will also find dozens of other activities on offer.
Tourists who fancy casting their club or racquet to one side and trying something a little different during their break may wish to consider booking a horse riding excursion.
Rancho de la Fuente riding stables, which is located within easy reach of the resort, offers guided tours and caters for people of all ages and abilities.
Children can take pony trekking trips around the countryside surrounding the stables, while more adventurous riders can explore the stunning trails and unspoilt beaches of the nearby Calblanque National Park.
Guests planning to jet to Spain and holiday at La Manga Club this year will find no shortage of places to stay.
The resort has a range of accommodation options available to holidaymakers, with something to suit groups of all sizes.
One option is to stay in the Las Lomas Village part of the complex, which is home to a number of four-star apartments and townhouses, as well as deluxe double rooms.
The apartments are an excellent choice for families and typically have two or three bedrooms, as well as a fully equipped kitchen and furnished living area.
Brits holidaying at La Manga Club this year can sample a range of delicious Mediterranean cuisine by heading to the resort's Amapola Restaurant.
The signature restaurant of the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe, it features a stylish and spacious dining room, as well as an impressive show kitchen where guests can watch their dishes being freshly prepared.
Amapola is also home to a terrace that offers spectacular views over the golf course, in addition to two private dining rooms, which are ideal for meetings and private functions.
Guests dining there can sample fresh seafood from the nearby Mar Menor, as well as well as Murcian cheese and ox-meat from the Sierra de Guardarrama.
People keen to escape the cold and holiday in Spain this winter may wish to consider a break at La Torre.
The resort's five-star Intercontinental Hotel is the ideal choice for guests who want to relax and unwind in luxurious surroundings.
Rooms are fully furnished to a high standard and feature a stocked minibar, television, air conditioning system, bathrobes and towels.
The hotel boasts three restaurants and a bar, including the Ginko Club, which serves up Japanese-inspired cuisine and La Vinoteca, where guests can enjoy authentic tapas dishes in an elegant atmosphere.
Brits planning holidays to Spain may be interested to learn that a new natural science museum is to open its doors in Torrevieja.
According to Euro Weekly News, the attraction will be unveiled next month in the building which used to be home to Torrevieja's local train station.
"The councillor for the environment Jose Eduardo Gil Rebollo has said that the museum will start out as part of the Torrevieja Sea and Salt Museum and will contain the skeletons of many sea creatures which have ended up on the shores of Torrevieja over the past few years," the publication noted.
Visitors will have the opportunity to see preserved creatures including a bottlenose dolphin and pilot whale, as well as some pieces of shark skeleton.
Brits looking for a resort that has something to offer holidaymakers of all ages may wish to consider taking a break at La Manga Club.
Located in Murcia, the large complex is a great destination for families and boasts an extensive range of sports and leisure facilities.
Children under the age of 12 will have a ball at La Manga's Junior Club, which is open all year round and offers kids the perfect way to make friends and try new activities.
Teenagers are also well catered for at the resort and can enjoy everything from horse riding to quad bike excursions and sailing.
If you're planning to tie the knot this year and want a honeymoon destination where the sun shines all year round, then you may wish to consider a break at La Manga Club in Murcia.
The resort is easily accessible from the UK and is home to a range of sports and leisure facilities, as well as a luxury health spa.
Couples staying at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe can opt for an executive room or royal suite, with all rooms opening on to spacious balconies or terraces.
Some of the activities guests can enjoy during their stay include golf, tennis, swimming, sailing and scuba diving, with Europe's largest saltwater lagoon located just a short distance away.
Holidays in Spain are an excellent option for Brits hoping to escape the UK and take a break overseas in 2010.
Writing for the Telegraph, Annie Bennett noted that the country still has a great deal to tempt British holidaymakers with.
"Cities apart, driving is an excellent way to explore the country. There is a good motorway network, with tolls on some stretches, but the best drives are usually on smaller roads, where you often hardly see another vehicle," she noted.