If you're planning a family holiday in Spain and like the idea of staying in your own property, with the freedom to eat at your own convenience, then you may wish to consider renting a villa at La Torre Resort.
Properties are available with heated swimming pools and gardens, making them an ideal option for families and large groups.
The villas also feature spacious terraces where holidaymakers can enjoy their evening meals or cook up a storm on the barbecue.
What's more, the properties are furnished to an extremely high standard and come equipped with televisions, DVD players, linen, towels, dishwashers and washing machines.
Couples hoping to jet off on a romantic break this Valentine's Day should look no further than La Manga Club.
Located in sunny Murcia and easily accessible from the UK, it is the perfect destination for a short break.
The resort is currently offering a third off the cost of a two-night stay at the Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe, with Valentine's packages available for just 130 (£115.76) per person, including a gourmet meal.
Brits hoping to escape the wintery weather and take a holiday in Spain over the coming months will find no shortage of accommodation options at La Torre Resort.
Located in Murcia, which is served by several airlines from the UK, it has something to suit all tastes, from serviced hotel rooms to self-catering apartments.
One option for holidaymakers is to choose one of La Torre's rental townhouses, which typically have two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
There are three different styles to pick from - Madrono, Cornical and Palmito - and all come furnished to a high standard.
Brits planning to book flights to Spain may be interested to learn that budget airline Ryanair has launched a new seat sale.
The carrier is releasing 500,000 £5 seats at midnight tonight (January 14th).
Discounts will apply to passengers travelling on selected flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in February and March.
Holidaymakers hoping to book a cheap flight to Spain have been advised that they must do so before midnight on January 18th.
The number of people searching for holidays to Spain and other popular destinations is on the increase, it has been revealed.
Research carried out by Hotels.com found that searches for breaks abroad are up by 400 per cent, with demand set to go through the roof on January 18th the "most depressing" day of the year.
Alison Couper, global communications director for the website, suggested that the rise in demand is hardly surprising, given the icy conditions currently enveloping the country.
The majority of people taking flights to Spain and other destinations are in favour of the introduction of airport body scanners, according to new research.
A poll carried out by flight search site Skyscanner found that 66 per cent of travellers think the machines are a good idea.
However, 30 per cent of those surveyed said they disapprove of scanners, largely for privacy and health reasons.
Commenting on the findings, Barry Smith, Skyscanner's co-founder and business director, said: "As long as the machines are safe and any potential privacy issues can be solved, travellers are in favour of anything which will make flying safer and security checks faster.
If you're starting to notice the first signs of ageing, it could be time to roll back the years by indulging in a relaxing facial treatment.
Spa La Manga Club offers a range of options, with something to suit everyone.
A great choice for first-time spa guests is the refresher facial, which revitalises and rejuvenates tired and dull-looking skin. It includes a face analysis, Hungarian mud treatment and stimulating shoulder massage.
If one of your new year's resolutions is to improve your tennis skills, it could be time to book a break at La Manga Club.
Situated in the popular region of Murcia, the resort is renowned for its exceptional facilities and is home to 28 tennis courts, including 20 clay areas, four hard courts and four AstroTurf zones.
La Manga Club Tennis Centre has previously hosted a number of prestigious events, with everything from the Davis Cup to the Fed Cup taking place there.
Guests of all ages and abilities are catered for at the resort and guests will find a range of tailored programmes and lessons on offer.
Holidays in Spain have been searched for by more holiday home fans than any other type of summer break so far this year, new figures from one portal have shown.
According to holidaylettings.co.uk, the country has been the top summer destination since Boxing Day and is also the number two location for winter sun and Easter.
Those enjoying their golf holidays in Spain at La Torre Golf Resort may wish to take a break from the destination's 18-hole course and head to the nearby Murcia Cathedral for a taste of local history.
The 14th century religious site is free to enter and boasts a mix of impressive architectural designs, covering the gothic, baroque and renaissance periods.
Among the most iconic landmarks in the city, it was built up over the course of 600 years and is famous for its bell tower, which is over 90 metres in height and took two centuries to complete.
Murcia Cathedral is one of a number of locations the La Torre website suggests is worth a visit, along with the Roman Theatre, which is just 20 minutes away from the resort.