The La Manga Club fitness facilities have been designed to meet the needs of everyone with an interest in fitness, from professional sports people right through to keep fit enthusiasts and those taking their first steps towards a healthier lifestyle.
La Manga Club Fitness Centre
Bathed in natural light with huge windows the La Manga Club Fitness centre provides panoramic views for you to enjoy whilst you work out. The spacious gymnasium is also fitted with the latest Life-Fitness cardio equipment, a wide range of strength machines and free weights, as well as high-tech audiovisual equipment.
- 6 Life-Fitness Treadmills
- 3 Life-Fitness Elliptical Cross-Trainers
- 3 Upright LifeCycle Bikes
- 3 Recumbent LifeCycle Bikes
- 3 LifeFitness Steppers
- 2 Concept Rowers
Strength / Resistance Equipment
- Back extension
- Abdominal seated crunch machine
- 2 dual-adjustable pulleys + multi-adjustable pulley
- Row/rear deltoid
- Incline chest press machine
- Biceps curl machine
- Shoulder press
- Assisted dip /chin
- Leg extension
- Seated leg curl
- Hip adductor
- Chest press + Chest fly (cable motion)
- Leg press
- Cable motion total leg
- Lateral raise
- Cable column
- Triceps press
- Lat pull-down
- Smith machine
- Dumbells (2 to 30kg; 1 pair of each)
- 2 Olympic Curl Z-bars
- 5 Olympic bars
- Olympic rubber discs (1,25 to 25kg)
- Hammer Olympic flat bench press
- Hammer Olympic decline bench press
- 2 ab assistants + 2 ab benches
- Back extension bench
- Stretching station
Next to the gymnasium, a dedicated fitness studio hosts stimulating group exercise classes such as spinning, aerobics, yoga and pilates.
Studio equipment includes 13 Keiser Ciclo indoor bikes; 10 steps; a Gravity machine; 6 Soft balls and 15 Swiss balls; yoga and fitness mats; light dumb bells (12 each of 1kg, 2kg and 3kg); elastic bands; fully equipped rack with light bars and weights; Denon audio system.
As well as being fun for all ages, swimming is recognised as one of the best ways to improve overall fitness without placing unnecessary strain on the joints. So that you can enjoy an invigorating swim at any time of year and whatever the weather, Spa La Manga Club has its very own 6-lane, 25m indoor lap pool, which is ideal both for recreational swimming and for more serious training. Alongside, there is also an indoor babies’ pool, where the little ones can splash about and enjoy their very own water experience.
There are innumerable activities in and around the resort such as golf, tennis, squash, paddle tennis, jogging, trekking, pitch & putt, weight training, fitness, aerobics, tai chi, sailing, water skiing, windsurfing, swimming, scuba diving, mountain biking and horse riding amongst others. For not-so-sporty holidaymakers, a stroll on the beach or along the numerous trails around the resort and surrounding countryside is just as good.
Your taste buds are in for a treat at La Manga Club with more than 20 restaurants offering a tantalising choice of global cuisine. All restaurants offer a wide variety of dishes prepared using the freshest of produce, creatively combined and prepared to maximise both nutritional value and enjoyment. And, without the demands of everyday life, it is all the easier to take time over your meal and really savour the experience.
Getting away on holiday in itself plays an important role in the wellness experience. Add to this the incomparable sensation of well-being that being out of doors brings – the warmth of the Mediterranean sun, the aroma of flowers, a gentle breeze – and your spirits cannot fail to be lifted.
Care of Face and Body
The treatments at La Manga Club Spa have been designed not only to pamper and care for the outer self, but also to relax and revitalise you, redressing the balance of both body and mind. Spa Tradition in Murcia
The Spa tradition in the Region of Murcia goes back to Roman times, when they discovered the healing properties of the thermal waters in Archena and Fortuna, to the North of the city of Murcia. These crystal clear waters naturally spring from underground at 52ºC, rich in sulphur, chlorine, sodium and calcium.
Seawater is another natural source of wellness and with 176 kilometres of Mediterranean coast, and Europe’s largest saltwater lagoon, the Mar Menor, the area naturally lends itself to thalassotherapy. The large number of hours of sunshine and the high salinity of the waters of the Mar Menor have meant that significant deposits of therapeutic mud have built up over the centuries. In San Pedro del Pinatar, half an hour north of La Manga Club, you can access outdoor mud baths, as famous in Spain as Dead Sea mud in the Middle East! These curative muds are ideal for treating many ailments such as rheumatism, skin, joint and bone problems.