Cristiano Ronaldo staying in £10k-a-night Majorca holiday mansion with helipad, tennis court, pool and spa area

CRISTIANO Ronaldo and his family are living a life of luxury as they holiday in a £10,000-a-night mansion in Majorca.

The Juventus striker has been resting ahead of the new season with partner Georgina Rodriguez and his four children with trips out on his luxury yacht.

And when he is back on dry land, his island property boasts seven bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms, and is set in around 40 acres of land.

It also boasts its own helipad as well as a full-size tennis court, large swimming pool and spa area with a sauna and ‘chill out’ area.

Ronaldo and Rodriguez don’t have to worry about getting their hands dirty in the kitchen because the fully-modernised mansion comes with a butler, housekeepers, private chef and kitchen staff.

The staff are housed in separate accommodation within the estate.

The 36-year-old, set to return to action with Juventus for pre-season training in the coming weeks, is understood to be moving around in his own vehicle with bodyguards.

His partner is said to be using a luxury blue Rolls Royce to get from their rented home to Ronaldo’s yacht.

Ronaldo has been keeping his 310million followers updated of his trip in the sunshine with a series of family snaps on Instagram.

Alongside Rodriguez and his four children, he titled one snap: “It’s time to rest with my loves.”

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Ronaldo purchased his super-yacht last June which boasts five luxury cabins and six bedrooms and is capable of reaching 28 knots, thanks to two 1,900 horsepower engines.

Ronaldo used to rent the Africa I yacht from a charter company before buying his own vessel.

The family holiday comes following Portugal's exit from Euro 2020 at the hands of Belgium in the last 16.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner will return to action with Juventus for pre-season in the coming weeks as he enters the final 12 months of his contract in Turin.

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