Britons enjoying a holiday in Spain this year can save money on their car hire by following a series of "top tips".
According to car hire broker Holiday Autos, people taking holidays in Spain can significantly reduce the cost of their car hire by booking in advance and shopping around for the best deal.
Waiting until the last minute to arrange a booking could lead to a 40 per cent increase in the cost of vehicle rental, the company has claimed.
Ways in which holidaymakers can drive down the cost of vehicle rental include reading agreement thoroughly beforehand to ensure there are no nasty surprises and confirming a final price with the hire company before taking possession of the vehicle.
Holidaymakers enjoying a break at La Manga Club this month can expand their cultural knowledge by attending the Pedro Romero Fair in Ronda.
Taking place from September 5th to September 7th, the event is held every year to celebrate the life of Pedro Romero, the founding father of modern bullfighting.
Visitors will have the opportunity to see matadors dressed in traditional 18th-century costumes and view an exhibition of decorated carriages, with a prize awarded to the best one.
The Pedro Romero Fair culminates in the Goyesca bullfight which, according to What's on When, is "one of the highlights of the Spanish social calendar".
British holidaymakers are more likely to take part in sporting activities then laze around on the beach, according to new research.
A study by Cater Allen Private Bank has revealed that 54 per cent of people enjoy participating in activities when abroad, with trekking topping the list of most popular holidayactivities.
Other activities popular with Britons taking holidays to Spain include scuba diving, wind surfing and sailing.
Commenting on the findings, Richard Dunn, managing director of the bank, said that the study suggested consumers were becoming more "adventurous" in their holiday choices.
Holidaymakers enjoying a break at La Manga Club will have the opportunity to celebrate the Dia del Turista this week.
Taking place on September 4th in the nearby town of Torremolinos, the Dia del Turista also known as Tourist Day is an annual event held in honour of those holidaying in the area.
Locals gather to say a "thank you" to visitors for the way in which their town has been transformed by tourism.
Those attending the Dia del Turista will be entertained by street parades, musical performances and evening shows, with events taking place in the town centre and on the beaches of La Carihuela, Playamar and Bajondillo.
Britons hoping to enjoy a holiday in Spain next year can save money by booking their trip in advance, it has been suggested.
Research carried out by consumer group Which? revealed that families could save more than £1,000 by booking their 2009 holiday early.
The magazine tracked the cost of several Spanish package holidays and found that consumers were likely to get a better deal by booking their flights and accommodation around 12 months in advance.
Which? warned that with prices likely to rise over the coming year, holidaymakers waiting for last-minute deals could be "disappointed".
Spain's Costa del Sol is the ideal destination for a "relaxing getaway" and boasts an array of fine eateries, shops and tourist attractions.
A recent report in the Daily Mirror by broadcaster Korin Nolan depicted the south of Spain as an ideal family holiday destination and the perfect place for those looking to sample "amazingly fresh" and "beautiful" seafood.
As well as boasting an array of fine restaurants, Nolan noted that the Costa del Sol is also a shopper's paradise, with dozens of jewellery shops and souvenir stalls standing alongside high-street favourites such as Mango and Zara.
Those taking holidays in Spain can also enjoy a day-trip to Morocco, which Nolan described as one of the highlights of her holiday.
Britons taking holidays in Spain will have more than just sunshine to enjoy this week as the Fuengirola Great Beer Festival takes place.
With a nod to Germany's Oktoberfest, the Great Beer Festival - held at Sohail castle will offer visitors the opportunity to sample some of Germany's finest beer and culinary delights.
Visitors to Spain will have until September 7th to enjoy the festival, with the action taking place daily from 12:00 local time until 02:00.
According to costadelsolnews.