The Spanish city of Benidorm, on the Costa Blanca, has long been a popular tourist destination for people from all over Europe.
It has also become a place where people can save on high energy bills due to the mild climate.
The European Union has accepted Spain's so-called "Iberian exemption", allowing the country to decouple gas prices from electricity prices for a year.
This option could halve the energy bills of about 40% of the residents of Spain and Portugal.
However, some in the city doubt it will last long enough.
But for the time being, come to Spain and enjoy it.