If the example of some of the summer party hotspots in anything to go by then the answer is very different. Some may even not open.
Ibiza, the summer party capital of Europe, has closed its nightclubs and heaving bars as the authorities have decided that social distancing simply can’t work and would be difficult, if not impossible, to enforce.
The beaches of Majorca, Ibiza and the Spanish archipelago’s smaller islands are usually busy with international tourists and party people, who make up the bulk of the more than 16 million visitors.
The area is looking towards less nightlife and more daytime experiences.
“The pubs won’t open this year. We are no longer going to receive or tolerate that kind of tourist, who can be a risk for themselves and others,” said Iago Negueruela, the Balearic minister for the economy, labour and tourism.