Rio-inspired sporting savings at La Manga
Sporty families inspired by this summer’s Rio Olympics can head to the five-star La Manga Club in Spain and take advantage of savings of up to 20 per cent on active sunshine breaks this autumn.
Guests can bask in temperatures in the mid-twenties and enjoy outstanding value when booking a stay in the resort’s Las Lomas Village from September 1 until the end of October, including the October half-term break.
Set across 1,400 acres in Murcia, south-east Spain, La Manga Club is Europe’s favourite sports and leisure destination and has something to suit all tastes and ages this autumn.
Special rates on a range of sports and activities at the resort or nearby are available including golf, tennis, diving, cycling and watersports, and La Manga Club’s exclusive Leadbetter Golf Academy and 28-court tennis centre – the official overseas training base of the Lawn Tennis Association – is the ideal place for people interested in improving their golf and tennis skills.
Families seeking a touch of luxury can enjoy of discounts of 15 per cent when they book a family room – two double rooms interconnected – for a minimum four-night bed-and-breakfast stay in La Manga Club’s five-star Hotel Principe Felipe.
All packages include complimentary use of Spa La Manga Club’s fitness centre, indoor pool, saunas and steam rooms and free entry to the resort’s Junior Club for children aged five to 12 from Monday to Friday. All breaks are inclusive of VAT and are based on two people sharing a room.
In addition to outstanding sports facilities, the resort’s amenities include a 2,000sqm spa and fitness centre and new High Performance Sports Centre. It also offers the choice of a five-star hotel, four-star serviced apartments and townhouses, and more than 20 bars and restaurants.
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