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Brit tourist, 33, found dead floating in sea in Ibiza near luxury villas once used by Prince William and Kate | The Sun

A BRITISH holidaymaker has been found floating dead in the sea off a popular Ibizan holiday cove.

The 33-year-old is believed to have drowned although a police investigation will now be carried out to determine the cause of death.

The alarm was raised this afternoon after the man was spotted apparently lifeless in the water at upmarket Cala Jondal in the municipality of San Jose in the south-west of the island.

Lifeguards got him to a nearby boat and tried to revive him before emergency responders took over after reaching the scene.

There was nothing they could do to save him and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Emergency services were alerted around 3.15pm on Friday.


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It was not immediately clear if the dead man was alone or with friends or family.

The attempts to revive him before he was pronounced dead are said to have lasted around 40 minutes.

Police could not be reached for comment this afternoon but are expected to make a statement later.

Kate Middleton’s uncle Gary Goldsmith is still believed to own a mansion called Maison de Bang Bang at Cala Jondal.

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Kate and William once enjoyed a romantic getaway at the villa.

The popular cove is also home to famous beach restaurants like Blue Marlin.

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