While Celtic Castle's founder Roger Masterson recently commented that "people want more to show for their trips than a tan", relaxing in the hot sunshine is still an essential part of a holiday for many.
When holidaying to La Manga Club, Britons will find there is ample opportunity to make the most of the hot weather.
La Manga Club receives over 300 days of sunshine each year so if you want one, a tan is a guarantee.
If you need to cool off between your sunbathing sessions, there are a number of swimming pools to choose from.
Whether you are holidaying to La Manga Club for a relaxing break by the pool or you intend on taking a serious golf holiday to La Manga Club, if you forget your suncream or seven-iron don't fret as there are plenty of onsite shops available to you.
For souvenirs, postcards and other necessities such as toiletries, daily newspapers and chocolates, the Lobby shop is open from 09:00 local time until 20:00 daily.
For those in the Hyatt Lomas Village, the Deli Café stocks various food items as well as offering a DVD rental service.
Other resort shopping outlets stock from gifts and clothing as well as sports goods including golf and tennis equipment.
Plans have been put forward to improve areas of Spain's Costa Del Sol, it has been reported.
According to Typically Spanish, the resort - which is a popular destination for Britons on holidays in Spain - is to see an investment of almost 11 million in a bid to improve tourism to the region.
An agreement was signed recently by mayors from the Costa Del Sol resorts of Torremolinos, Marbella, Fuengirola, Benalmadena, Mijas, Manilva and Casares and the Junta de Andalucia.
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La Manga Club is more than just a luxury holiday resort in Spain, it is also home to some of the foremost sporting facilities in Europe.
In addition to being the training ground for many UK football teams and having in the past hosted such tennis events as the Davis Cup and the Fed Cup, La Manga Club regularly hosts a series of celebrity golf events.
When it is not playing host to people enjoying golf holidays in Spain, La Manga Club becomes the venue for the annual Sunday Telegraph Junior Team Golf tournament.
In this competition, top golfers from Britain and Ireland compete in the Home Nations Championship Final at La Manga Club in four teams: England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland.
While footballer Steven Gerrard's wife recently relaxed at a luxury holiday resort in Spain, the players of her husband's rival club Tottenham Hotspur were hard at work on a training holiday in Spain.
And although they were spotted exercising on the golf courses, golf holidays in Spain were the last thing on the footballers minds as they endured tough morning sprints up and down the hills.
The tough training included two sets of six-successive 150 metre sprints.
In the 30 degree heat, the players then hit the gym before picking up their football training in the afternoon.
When it comes to golf holidays in Spain, few can be finer than golf holidays to La Manga.
This certainly seemed to be the feeling of Trevor Peake of the Liverpool Daily Post when he visited the luxury holiday resort in Spain recently.
Mr Peake reports that he enjoyed playing a round of golf with BBC television commentator Alex Hay and his wife on his holiday at La Manga.
"It was a privilege and a pleasure to play with Alex and his delightful wife Anne on my first ever visit to the magnificent La Manga Club, which has three great golf courses in its extensive sporting facilities," Mr Peake noted.
Brits eager to shave a few pounds of the overall cost of their summer holidays in Spain have been offered a series of tips by one publication.
According to the Times, there are ten top ways in which holidaymakers can save money and still have a great break.
On flights to Spain, cutting down on baggage from 20 kg to 15 kg can save money, while making sandwiches instead of ordering an inflight meal can also earn back pounds.
Changing money prior to arriving at the airport is another tip included in the advice list, as the exchange rate can leave you with ten per cent less for your money than had you shopped around before hand, it is claimed.
A new study has revealed that Britons like to stock up on travel essentials such as food and drink before taking flights to Spain.
The Co-operative Financial Services reports that 84 per cent of people purchase consumables items and drinks prior to boarding their plane while 60 per cent prefer to pick up a novel or magazine to read on their journey.
Other top buys for holidaymakers preparing for their holidays in Spain are duty free items - sought after by 35 per cent of Brits - and last minute essentials, which 17 per cent of passengers admitted to splashing out on.
Currency also featured as a last minute purchase for four per cent of travellers.
The wife of Liverpool and England footballer Steven Gerrard has been spotted making the most of a holiday in Spain.
According to the Daily Mail, Alex Curran wore a white and gold bikini and showed off an enviable tan as she splashed about in the sea.
Alex is the latest in a series of sightings of celebrities who seem to be having a ball at luxury holiday resorts in Spain.
James Blunt was spied this week sailing around the coast of the Spanish holiday island of Formentera.
Alicante and Malaga have been named as two of the top 20 cities in the eurozone.
According to research from online price comparison service PriceRunner, Malaga is the second most popular city in continental Europe for holidays, TravelMole reports.
Meanwhile, other popular destinations for holidays in Spain included Alicante at third on the list and Barcelona, which placed seventh.
PriceRunner managing director Mattias Berg noted that holidaymakers were looking for ways of saving money on overseas travel.