Magaluf is a “ghost town” once again, a season worker has claimed, as bars and restaurants shut up shop “instantly” in the party town.
TikTok star Nicholas Murray, also known as RepNickTV, 19, and his fiancee Maddie, 18, moved to the party town after lockdown lifted in the UK.
Nick said the Brit holiday destination had “opened up” two weeks ago, and bars and restaurants were starting to fill up again.
He told Daily Star Online revellers were “enjoying themselves” post-coronavirus, although there was no dancing allowed inside.
But, following a recent surge in Covid-19 cases, Spain, including Magaluf has shut up shop – and the fun stopped almost instantly.
Nick told Daily Star Online: "Maga wasn’t the same as it was last year, not at all, but people were starting to go to the beach again.
"Some bars had opened too, things were looking a bit more normal.
"We still had to comply with social distancing, and wear face masks, but life was looking less strict.
He said: "Magaluf has gone right back to the beginning of the virus again.
"Bars are all shut, we received no warning at all.
"Everything was just opening back up too, but the all of a sudden it shut back up instantly."
Nick said he and Maddie got on the first flight out of the UK to Magaluf, and intend to apply for residency and live in Spain for good.
The pair had been quarantining on their friend's floor after Maddie and Nick moved out of their parent's houses to live together.
Nick said: "It really was a ghost town when we got here, nothing like what it had been like last year.
"We expected it though, given the circumstances, but it was weird seeing such a lively place empty.
"It has gone right back to the start of the virus again."
Spain was removed from the Government's "safe" travel list at the end of July after a surge in coronavirus cases sparked fears of a second wave.
Bars on two more Magaluf party streets were ordered to close down amid a no-nonsense crackdown on coronavirus and drunken tourists.
Some business owners have expressed fears the party island won't survive and are considering taking legal action against the Government.
On Friday, the Health Ministry reported 4,507 new infections -- nearly 500 more than the day before - concerning when compared with a daily average of just 132 cases in June.