2. Various of tourists watching British Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation on TV in a bar
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Chuck Daulson, Englishman living in Spain for 23 years, 51-year-old bar owner:
"We're very scared because I've been here 23 years, I've got my house, my kids were born here, they've been to Spanish school, I've got a bar, I've got a lot to lose. If I go back to England, I've got nothing. No house. Nothing."
4. England flags hanging in the bar
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Chuck Daulson, Englishman living in Spain for 23 years, 51-year-old bar owner:
"We don't know how we're going to be now, we might have no pension, we might have no medical, we may have to sell our properties, we've lived here for a lot of years, we don't know how it's going to affect us anymore."
6. Various of Sarah, no last name given, serving customers in bar
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah, 28-year-old Londoner living in Benidorm for 3 years, waitress:
"I've got my mum to vote on my behalf for me, I voted 'in' obviously. If we leave the EU, then it's bad on us expats who live here, obviously we'll lose our medical care, we'll lose our right to work without a work permit. Me and my boyfriend, we've lived here for 3 years, we won't get a chance to get a mortgage or anything like that now."
8. Various of people watching the news on TV at a terrace bar
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Julianne, (no last name given), 75-year-old English tourist in Benidorm, retired:
"We want to control our borders and make our own decisions, and for my grandchildren I think it would be better that we're on our own."
10. Various of newspaper stand
11. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Gemma, (no last name given), Benidorm native working in the tourism industry:
"We make a living out of foreign people, I think 80 percent of tourists coming here to Benidorm and all the coast around are English."
12. Shot of tourist post at the beach
13. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Gemma, (no last name given), Benidorm native working in the tourism industry:
"We think it can affect us a lot in our business, in the work that we do, so we're concerned about what can happen, and yes we're a little bit scared."
14. Various of Sterling vs Euro currency exchange sign being changed in the street
In the sunny seaside resort city of Benidorm, which has a vibrant British community of around 3,500 people, British expats expressed their concerns about what a Brexit can mean for them, with work permits, health care and pensions among the top worries.
Their situation will be one of the things to be negotiated between the UK and the European Union in the coming months and years after Britain voted Thursday to leave the bloc.
The British expat community in Spain was split between those who could vote and those, like bar owner Chuck Daulson, who have lived away from Britain for longer than 15 years, disqualifying them from voting in the referendum.
He was concerned he would have to go back to Britain and lose all he's worked for in the 23 years he's lived and worked in Spain.
While being one of the largest communities of British people living abroad with around 300,000 officially registered as residents, Spain is a key holiday destination for British tourists.
The outcome of the vote was also a concern for Spaniards making a living off the tourism industry, which, in places like Benidorm, depends heavily on British travellers.