People traditionally give loved ones a sapphire to celebrate a 45th anniversary, and La Manga Club is offering some sparkling gifts of its own to help mark its landmark date this winter – including rounds of golf and tennis lessons for €45.
The world-famous sports and leisure resort in Murcia, south-east Spain, has unveiled a range of exclusive 45-themed promotions that guests can take advantage of over the coming months, with golf, tennis and fitness classes all featured.
Boasting outstanding golf facilities including three 18-hole courses, a nine-hole academy course and Golf Training Centre, La Manga Club is a firm favourite with European golfers and players can enjoy some fantastic savings between now and the end of the year, with green fees on any course and individual lessons available for just €45.
The discounts are just as attractive at the resort’s 28-court tennis centre – the official overseas training base of the Lawn Tennis Association – with 45-minute private tennis lessons bookable for only €45 per person, while there a host of benefits to be enjoyed for people looking to keep fit over the winter and spring.
Available until June 30, 2018, guests can work up a sweat and take part in a 45-minute group exercise session for two to five people in La Manga Club’s state-of-the-art gym for €45 per person.
Set across an area of 1,400 acres – three times the size of Monaco – La Manga Club has set the benchmark for European sports and leisure destinations since opening in 1972.
The resort has been rewarded for continued investment in its facilities with a host of leading honours in 2017, including being named ‘Europe’s Leading Luxury Resort & Villas 2017’ at the World Travel Awards Europe this autumn.
As well as golf and tennis, La Manga Club’s extensive facilities include a 2,000sqm spa and fitness centre and a new European Cricket Performance Centre – the only one in Europe. In addition, there is a five-star hotel, four-star serviced apartments and townhouses and more than 20 bars and restaurants.
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