A number of resorts popular with Scottish tourists have reported an increase in visitors.
Many Spanish businesses are hopeful that the increasing number of tourists may give them the chance to salvage their summer season.
Scot Max Lawrie runs a catering business in Palma, Mallorca.
He told STV News: “There’s obviously less people on the beaches, but people are enjoying themselves.
“Things are starting to get ready for August, September and October, which I think will be the peak season now.”
Mr Lawrie added that local businesses could adopt a new approach to keep tourists coming to the island.
He said: “Maybe we are not going to see the large groups of people that we have seen before, and maybe not seeing the tourists as a revenue stream.
“Maybe start seeing them as people who are here to visit the island and offer them something a little bit more authentic.”
Earlier this week the Scottish Government added Spain to a list of ‘green’ rated countries that were deemed to pose a low risk in terms of the prevalence of coronavirus.
From Thursday, Scots who travel to Spain will no longer need to quarantine on their return.
However, anyone arriving before that will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.