These are the chilling images of British holiday hotspots once bustling with tourists left looking like ghost towns in chilling images.
Destinations including Benidorm and Magaluf can be seen completely void of people.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, they were awash with boozy Brits running riot.
But with all but essential travel bans and lockdowns imposed in Spain and the UK, the streets are left deserted.
Karen Maling Cowles, the President of Benidorm's British Businesses Association, even warned they may not be full again until May.
She told Sun Online: "We mustn't build people’s hopes up – until the virus is contained, it’s not in our interests.
"I don't personally think that we’re going to start recovering from this until June or July and even that’s maybe early.
"But British tourism I don't see happening until September. Because the UK is still so far behind Spain and until you have it contained, people won't be allowed to come and have their week in Benidorm."
Tourism is facing a major challenge due to the pandemic, with income hit by people staying at home.
Government advice against travel was recently extended indefinitely, and is not expected to be lifted any time soon.
A message on Spain's official tourism website says: "Spain is giving everything it's got in a united, responsible fight against the spread of the #COVID19 virus.
"We will soon be able to welcome you again with open arms.
"You’ll soon be able to marvel at our landscapes, feel our sun on your face and share in our lifestyle."
Today, ministers will meet at a Cobra meeting where it is expected the UK lockdown will be extended until May.
A government source said: “Nobody is going to argue about extending the lockdown into May.
“Look at where the peak is now expected. It’s becoming obvious that’s where we’re heading. It would be seriously negligent not to do that.”