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La Manga Club is the ideal destination for Half Term and Easter

Updated: January 02, 2012, 10:44


Half Term and Easter at La Manga Club Murcia Spain

La Manga club is the ideal destination for family holidays and is widely regarded as the best family sports resort in Europe. 

And there is loads to do  for children of all ages at La Manga Club, including tennis, golf, Junior Club, cycling, horse riding and Go Karting. If the weather is not perfect, why not try ten pin bowling in nearby Cartagena?

You will find accommodation to suit all budgets and family sizes, from studio apartments to 4/5 bedroom villas with private pools (some heated!). The large Individual Villas are ideal for two families sharing or for holidays with the grandparents too!

Getting to La Manga Club is easy, with flights to the local airports of Alicante (ALC) and Murcia San Javier (MJV) available from all over the UK and Ireland. To see what flights are available from an airport near you, try SkyScanner.net.

Special Offers on Accommodation

We have a number of special offers to help families save on their accommodation at La Manga Club.  However, these are limited availability so book early to benefit from these:

10 days for 7*
During winter, spring and the February Half Term, we are offering ten days’ accommodation for the price of seven. This is a limited offer, contact us to find availability.

Kids Go Free*
During winter, Half Term and Easter, we will provide 1 bedroom free of charge for families travelling with children under 16.  For example, if you book a 2-bedroom apartment, you will only pay for a 1-bedroom apartment.  This is a limited offer and is subject to availability, so please contact us early.

Call today to discuss your holiday accommodation requirements: 01883 282 682

Money Saving Tips

We all know that holiday costs mount up when you have children, so here are a few money saving tips to save on the cost of your half term break:

  • Contrary to many opinions, the best deals are early bird deals.  Book your flights early to get the cheapest seats
  • Save on baggage checked baggage charges by taking carry on
  • Airlines charge you for each bag you check in. However, you do not have to book a bag for each passenger, so combine your clothes into just one or 2 checked bags (allowance is usually 22kg per bag) and then take full advantage of each individual’s carry on allowance (usually 10kg per person) and save £££ - you could save £60 - £120 on a family of four. (Beware: Make sure your carry on bags meet the airlines dimension restrictions).
  • Don’t take unnecessary heavy items such as extra pairs of shoes, towels, hair dryers, books, etc.
  • Carry your coat – don’t pack it! Coats are heavy and if you carry them onto the plane, they do not count against your carry on allowance (plus you can put heavier items in the pockets!)
  • Don’t pack beach towels – these are heavy and usually even heavier when you bring them home.  I find it is cheaper to buy them at the destination and just leave them behind when I leave
  • Did you get a Kindle for Christmas? These are perfect for taking all your holiday reading on one lightweight device
  • Airlines now often charge for airport check-in, so make sure you check in online if you can.  Also, make sure you check-in on time – at least one airline will not allow you to check-in within 24 hours of travel and then charges a small fortune per person to check-in at the airport.
  • If you are travelling with children be careful not to pre-book emergency row seats. International aviation rules do not permit children to occupy these seats and you will be asked to move even though you will probably have paid extra for the seats.

* These offers are limited offers and subject to availability. Special offers cannot be combined.

Call today to discuss your holiday accommodation requirements: 01883 282 682

 

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