Benidorm beaches closed


Benidorm has cordoned-off its beaches to avoid gatherings in accordance with the special measures to avoid the spreading of Covid-19.
The measure is also aimed at discouraging people to flock to the resort from other areas of Spain (mainly Madrid) where the number of cases is rocketing.


  1. Iam due to fly out on th15th april .
    But 1 problem I’ve noticed here in the uk is the hotels are still taking bookings ryanair and easyjet still flying there if this is still in place when I arrive the hotel had better have a bar open and a roof top pool .

  2. Alcohol is more important than a shot of any deadly virus………ask any English person on the cheapest holiday they can find.

  3. Typical majority British culture yet again dragging us minority British through the gutters of the world especiay Spain. I will always be a proud Brummie but truly ashamed to be British. In fact so much so, when abroad and locals ask are you English, I always reply NO! I am a dignified European. We can see what is happening with the British generation today in the light of this Panademic. Unlike the past generations of World War 1 & 2 where everyone joined together for survival, people SHARED! everyone had a little of something. And this generation, No! Panic buy, clear the shelves, look after ourselves, number 1 and our family. Don’t worry about anyone else. Let them starve. More fo me. YES! YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE. SHAME ON YOU! So how do you expect them to behave in Benidorm & the world. British disgrace as always. Totally ashamed, Stuart….. Torquay

  4. Fair enough it’s virus and it’s killing people (Over 60yrs old) but not as much as the normal flu
    If there was no social media everybody would be carrying on with there normal lives
    lets get a grip and have some common sense and stop panicking
    The whole world is going mad


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