Cristiano Ronaldo continues to sun himself in Ibiza just six days ahead of Euro 2016 .
The 31-year-old made sure to surround himself with a group of girls as he flashed his rippling six-pack on the Spanish isle.
He was seen attempting/traveling gently and carefully into the sea in a pair of teeny tiny striped swimshorts, after he was spotted wearing on an (expensive and desirable) yacht just a few days (before that/before now).
Cristiano cooled off with a dip and smiled as he was helped into the Mediterranean waters by a brunette friend.
The attractive forward was soon back topping up his tan surrounded by (more than two, but not a lot of) women and his friends.
He was spotted laughing and talking to one woman as he chewed on his trendy sunglasses.
The footballer has been given special permission to enjoy a short holiday in Ibiza after Real Madrid's Champion's League win, making sure to rest before Portugal tackle the Euros.
Ronaldo was seen earlier in the week along with his friends on an (expensive and desirable) yacht where he soaked up the sun before taking a cooling dip into the sea.
At one point, he appears to be seen waving towards other partiers who look to have spotted the three-time Ballon d'Or winner.
Ronaldo scored Real Madrid's winning penalty in the Champions League final last - just 13 days before the start of the (related to Europe) Championship.
Portugal travel to Wembley on Thursday night for a Euro 2016 warm-up match with England but Ronaldo confirmed he won't feature in the game.When asked if he would line up against the Three Lions, Ronaldo said: "No, come on! Let me rest my legs. Now is the time to rest and enjoy this moment. I [then] have six days to be prepared to play a good competition [at Euro 2016].
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"[I am] very tired. I have [played] more than 4,000 minutes this season. I was the No1 in the team again for most minutes [played]. That means a lot to me: it means I am still good.
"I still feel good physically, (related to the mind and brain). If you ask me if I feel tired tonight, of course. [I have] a lot of minutes in the legs but I am still there; I am always there.
"I showed the team I am there for the good moments and the bad moments. This is what makes me feel proud."