Thousands expected out on the streets as Spain returns to some normality.
Two-way signs have been painted across pavements with arrows directing people in towns such as Marbella and Fuengirola in a bid to control pedestrians on a day which has been dubbed ‘Manic Monday’ before it even begins.
Traffic will be controlled by police officers across the region as thousands are expected to break free from lockdown with less restrictions.
Bars are expected to be full as people go to greet friends not seen in two months and with only half of terraces allowed to be used which could cause over spill onto walkways and pavements.
Petrol stations are expected to have long waits as drivers take advantage of the low petrol and diesel prices caused by worldwide economic destability due to the virus.
Drivers are also allowed to drive anywhere within the Andalusian region without restriction which will cause the AP and AP-7 roads to be fully immersed, as well as toll booths.
Beaches are expected to be crowded as temperatures rise from tomorrow with cloudless skies predicted by local and national weather forecasters.
Doctor surgeries, dentists and car services are expected to be busy as the region will have to work through a backlog of custom and enquiries postponed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Authorities have warned people across all regions to take extra care on the roads and to adhere to social distancing at all times as the country looks to come through the aftermath.