With Father's Day approaching, might like to consider booking Dad a golf holiday in Spain for the weekend.
Those who are interested in booking a Spanish holiday could look to the immense golfing resort in La Manga to celebrate Father's Day which falls on June 15th.
The resort in the south of the country was voted best European resort at the prestigious World Travel Awards.
La Manga boasts three 18-hole golf courses of championship standard which would be a treat for any father celebrating his special day in the resort.
A new flight route from Newcastle to Murcia has been launched by easyJet.
The new link will run three days per week allowing travellers in the Northern city to head off on Spanish holidays.
Budget operator easyJet is to run these flights every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday and it is the 17th destination to which the airline is running flights.
Return tickets to Murcia start at £46.
New legislation which may be passed in Murcia in Spain means that there may be less light in the town's streets at night, according to a report at typicallyspanish.com.
Murcia will fall under regional laws which are trying to cut the expenditure on night time illumination by 50 per cent.
The draft legislation is currently being finalised, according to Le Verdad.
They say business should never be mixed with pleasure - but La Manga Club could well be the exception to the rule.
A classic Spanish holiday destination, La Manga has brought familes, couples and sports teams to Murcia for generations.
However, there are also a range of meeting and conference facilities available at its hotels that make La Manga the perfect setting for a business event.
The Hyatt Regency boasts the 400-metre Grand Ballroom while the Hyatt Las Lomas Village houses the Grand Salon Panorama.
Drivers who are looking to take a Spanish holiday this summer have been advised to look out for motorcyclists while on the road.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has noted that drivers should take care to be aware of any motorcyclists on the roads.
Drivers all-too-often look, but fail to see motorcycles out on the roads, the organisation notes, and therefore drivers on a Spanish holiday should double check their mirrors, the organisation noted.
Making moves such as slightly pulling over to one side in dense traffic can help motorcyclists pass through traffic more easily, the organisation notes.
Golf enthusiasts looking to take a Spanish holiday may be interested to learn that they could gain access to the La Manga golf courses for reduced prices.
As part of a promotion organised by the National County Card (NCC), individuals could be able to gain access to the resort's golf courses at a reduced rate while on their Spanish holiday, World Golf reports.
The news provider notes that over the past few months there has been increasing interest in the scheme for private members' clubs, which allows access to various different golf courses.
"Not only have we secured the best possible rates for NCC holders, we are also confident that our partners will offer our members the best possible service wherever they are travelling," Rob Sutton, joint managing director of Get Noticed, the firm behind the NCC.
The draw of Murcia for those interested in sport has been emphasised once again with three UK rugby, football and cricket stars announcing their financial interest in the region.
Neil Killeen of Durham County Cricket Club is being joined by Newcastle Falcons winger Tom May and Darlington FC captain Kevin Smith in investigating business interests in the area.
The region may not be famed for its associations with cricket, but those seeking golf holidays and tennis holidays are sure to find something to please.
According to the Newcastle Journal, the increasing number of flights from the north-east to southern Spain has convinced the three sportsmen of the strong economic future in the region.
Those investigating Spanish luxury holidays for 2009 may be pleased to learn that they are to gain extra protection from one UK financial regulator.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has stated that it plans to implement new rules from January 1st that will guarantee travellers are treated fairly by their insurers.
Under the new regime, those jetting off on flights to Murcia to enjoy holidays in Spain can do so safe in the knowledge that should anything go awry, they will be able to obtain redress.
Dan Waters, director of retail policy and themes at the FSA, said: "Our rules are designed to put in place a proportionate, risk-based regulatory regime for these sales of travel insurance, securing protection for customers.