La Manga Club is dishing up a feast of sporting fun in the Spanish sun for all the family this October half-term, with savings of up to 20 per cent across a range of sports and leisure activities and accommodation during the school holidays – plus €100 resort credits.
Guests can enjoy reduced rates of 15 per cent on golf, tennis, spa treatments and at official resort restaurants next month, with additional discounts available when booking an accommodation package.
Breaks are bookable in both La Manga Club’s five-star Hotel Principe Felipe or four-star Las Lomas Village self-catering accommodation, with a five-night stay for a family of four in a two-bedroom apartment starting from just €592 – a saving of around €150.
Resort credit vouchers of €100 on holidays of five to seven nights are also on offer, together with discounts on Junior Club places and free dining for children under-five when eating with an adult in one of of La Manga Club’s official restaurants.
And with so many savings on offer, guests will have more to spend enjoying the venue’s array of outstanding sports facilities. These include three 18-hole golf courses and a golf training centre, a 28-court tennis centre and academy, cycling, a 2,000sqm luxury Wellness Centre and a variety of junior half-term sports academies including golf, tennis and football.
All accommodation packages include complimentary use of the fitness centre, indoor pool, saunas and steam rooms at the Wellness Centre, plus a free resort shuttle bus service.
Set in Murcia, south-east Spain, La Manga Club has set the benchmark for sports and leisure destinations across Europe for more than 45 years.
The official overseas training base of the Lawn Tennis Association and named Europe’s Best Golf Venue at the 2018 World Golf Awards, the resort’s other facilities include a recently-opened European Cricket Performance Centre and more than 15 bars and restaurants.
For more information on La Manga Club and to book, go to www.lamangaclub.com
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