By Chris Pleasance for MailOnline
Published: 08:37 BST, 6 October 2020 | Updated: 08:38 BST, 6 October 2020
Benidorm has launched a new all-inclusive deal as the Spanish resort town tries to tempt tourists back after being virtually shut down during coronavirus lockdown.
For £245 per person, visitors can stay for six nights in one of 250 apartments in the city while eating breakfast, lunch and dinner at two dozens restaurants.
Discounted packages starting at £127 are available for people who only want some of their meals catered, while £114 per person will buy an accommodation-only deal.
Benidorm is offering visitors a six-night stay in any one of 250 apartments in the city along with breakfast, lunch and dinner at two dozen restaurants, all for £245 per person (file)
Packages can be booked through the Benidorm Resort website - which is currently available only in Spanish, though bookings written in English are being accepted.
The deals include food and drink, though alcohol is not included in the price.
Bookings began being accepted on October 1, and the offer currently runs through until the end of March next year.
Tourism is Spain's third-largest industry, accounting for more than 10 per cent of national GDP - which in 2018 translated to more than £160billion in revenue providing around 3million jobs.
In regions such as the Costa Blanca, where