IT IS Christmas time and that means another generous break for Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Man Utd star, 37, kidnapped his partner Georgina Rodriguez and their brood to the Spanish island of Mallorca, where they were visiting last year.
The family resides in a luxury villa, sheltered from prying eyes, at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains.
Of course, they arrived in style – using his £20million G200 private jet to fly there.
They also have uses for this TWO expensive cars if they want to venture out and explore.
And if they’re at a loss by land, there’s always the option to go to sea – with Ronaldo having his £5.5million superyacht moored in nearby Port Adriano.
Travel in style
The family of seven, including children Cristiano Jr., 11, Eva, 5, Matteo, 5, Alana Martina, 4, and Bella, boarded a plane Tuesday.
And in an Instagram post, Georgina revealed how she was holding on to Bella, the newest member of the Ronaldo clan.
But the Ronaldos didn’t fly commercially. They traveled in style on their twin-engine Gulfstream G200 jet, which the Portuguese legend splashed £20million on in 2015.
Up to ten passengers can fly at once, so there would have been plenty of legroom on board.
Not only is Ronaldo spacious, but he also has a closet where he can store his designer clothes.
There is Wi-Fi, a telephone, a fax machine, an electric stove, a microwave, a refrigerator and an entertainment system so that the children do not get bored.
Last year the famous family stayed at a historic seafront mansion that cost £10,000 a night.
This time they have opted for something more private. On the recommendation of Cristiano’s former team-mate Sergio Ramos, they have chosen a luxurious rural retreat nestled in the Tramuntana mountains in complete seclusion.
The villa has its own gym, a pool surrounded by palm trees, several hot tubs, a beach volleyball court and a mini soccer field, according to the island newspaper Ultima Hora, which published aerial photos of the magnificent property.
The newspaper also says the mansion has its own chapel and an alleged “erotic room” underneath.
Yesterday, Georgina teased fans by sharing a snap to Instagram while enjoying a family meal at a large wooden table at the property.
Local reports also say he did TWO Cars from his incredible fleet that he had shipped.
One is the limited edition Bugatti Centodieci – which he reportedly spent £8.5million on in 2020, which can accelerate from 0-100km/h in just 2.4 seconds and has a top speed of 236km/h and believed to have embroidered “CR7” on the headrests.
Another – a Mercedes SUV is suitable for a family trip.
The Ronaldos are scheduled to stay in Mallorca for ten days, which will give them plenty of time to put down their tools and relax.
Which they apparently did on Wednesday as they took their private superyacht for a spin from Port Adriano.
The family made their way to Cala Egos in Andratx, a small purpose-built resort an hour’s drive from Palma Airport and close to the posh area of Cala d’Or.
The Ronaldos have made full use of their yacht Azimut Grande in the past – she made her debut in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the west coast of Italy.
It also appeared in Madeira when the family took a trip to Portugal.
And it’s no wonder why Ronaldo takes the £5.5million vessel everywhere, given the luxury it offers.
Built in the Versilia shipyards by Azimut-Benett, she features five luxury cabins and six stunningly decorated bathrooms.
There is also a modern kitchen on board as well as two relaxation areas, a huge lounge and a spacious dining room.
The family often shares their vacation photos at the Azimut Grande on social media, with Georgina handling the cooking chores for the family.
It should be a holiday dreams are made of and just enough to help Ronaldo recharge his batteries before reporting to Man Utd for training under Erik ten Hag’s new regime.