By Andrew Atkinson in Torrevieja

Crowds flocked back to the seaside on the Costa Blanca south before the winter temperatures are set to drop – with forecasts for rain looming.

As temperatures hit 27 degrees in late November in Torrevieja thousands of visitors arrived at the Playa Los Locos promenade that was a ghost town – hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic – at times this year.

Tourism dived due to a number of restrictions imposed, including 14 days isolation for UK holidaymakers, amid COVID-19 global travel bans.

A border curfew and border closures between Alicante and Murcia were also put in place, due to COVID-19.

Crowds flock back to Torrevieja as winter temperatures set to drop

Filming took place on Los Locos Torrevieja beach in the winter sun – with six people dancing wearing white gowns – and a female singer wearing a red traditional Spanish dress.

Temperatures are set to plunge to 19 degrees, with forecasts of heavy rain and thunderstorms.

On November 30 there is a 40% chance of showers; December 1, 40% scattered showers; December 2, 30% scattered showers. December 3 forecast is for sun/partly cloudy.

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