Cassy’s First Trip to Ibiza Showed Her a Side of the Island Most Never See – THUMP


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The Summer season in Ibiza is one of the most important nodes in the world of international dance music. As DJs and clubbers from all around the world descend on the White Isle, the year’s musical identity is defined through all-day beach parties, all-night sessions at clubbing meccas, and secret jungle parties tucked into leafy enclaves.

To get an inside look on what’s it like right now in Ibiza, we’ve invited some of our favorite DJs to bring us along on a week in their life on the island, in a series we call Donna,’ a trip through soulful sounds that have penned a new chapter in her already storied career. In her entry, Cassy reflects on her first time on the island as tourist, when she saw the island in a different way than most do today. We also learn about the busy schedule of being not only a world-traveling DJ, but a mom!

My first time on the island was back in 1995, when I was invited to spend Easter with a college friend of mine’s family. He had grown up on the island and [his family] had a farmhouse there. I was around 19 or 20 years old at the time, and it was a very eye opening experience. I didn’t actually go out while I was there, but it was the first time I met jetsetting international party people. One guy I remember meeting in particular was a really interesting club owner from Zurich. I sometimes wonder what these people I met back then are doing on the island now—I wonder if they still live [in Ibiza] and how they see it now?

Tracing the Peculiar History of the Modern-Day Techno Tourist

I really enjoyed my first Ibiza experience and met so many real Ibiza lovers who were in love with the island itself and not just there for the party and hype aspect. I could see that it was an escape for people who were looking for something different and I instantly connected better with this island than other holiday places I had been to.

The way I connect with the island now, has nothing to do with the way I discovered it really—now it’s more about my career and job. However, Ibiza is such a meeting point for my nearest and dearest, especially in the summer. So many people I know and love are here, and I would never get to see them otherwise, which is the great thing about it for me now

LAST WEEK

In this past week I haven’t actually been in Ibiza much! Let’s rewind back to last Monday, August 8. I played Circoloco at DC-10, which was very short and sweet as I went straight from the gig to the airport to fly to Tokyo for my gig at Sankeys. Although I was only there for 20 hours, [Tokyo] was a great experience. I also got to eat lots of amazing food in my favorite restaurant, and the gig was perfect. I managed to play lots of vinyl as they had a great set up which is always a nice bonus. Over this past weekend I caught up with this lovely Belgian crew as I played a mini-festival just outside of Brussels called Le Jardin des Pommes, which was a really cool party. When I got back to Ibiza I just had to sleep and rest as I knew my son Rocky would be waking me up early the next day.

Tuesday our nanny had the day off and I spent the whole day with my son, but unfortunately it was raining in Ibiza, which can make it more difficult to find things to do, so we stopped by Passion Pantry and ate lots of banana bread! Wednesday was a full on day, I took Rocky to his little friend Leo’s 1st birthday party, which was lovely, and followed that up with a gym session with my trainer. After this I went to see All Saints perform at Ibiza Rocks, which was really touching, I even shed a tear! To see a good friend of mine, Mel Blatt, absolutely in her element, whilst singing was an amazing moment to witness. After the gig it was time for me to go and be a guest on Robert James’s Paradise radio show before I performed in the club. The radio show is broadcast in the airstream at DC-10 which is really cool, and I had lots of fun with Robert. Half an hour later I was on the decks in the Terrace, the club was already full and it was clear to see what an amazing job Jamie and his crew are doing with Paradise which makes me feel really happy for them. Their hard work is clearly paying off. Go Jamie!

TRACK(S) OF THE WEEK

There are many tracks that I have loved playing this summer, but these two really stick out to me, and they always go down amazingly.

Cassy tour dates:

September 11 – Rumors, Destino, Ibiza
October 3 – Circo Loco, DC10, Ibiza
October 10 – Circo Loco, DC10, Ibiza (closing)

Correction: An earlier version of this post misattributed the writing to Patrick Topping due to an editing error.

Cassy’s First Trip to Ibiza Showed Her a Side of the Island Most Never See – THUMP


All photos courtesy of the artist.

The Summer season in Ibiza is one of the most important nodes in the world of international dance music. As DJs and clubbers from all around the world descend on the White Isle, the year’s musical identity is defined through all-day beach parties, all-night sessions at clubbing meccas, and secret jungle parties tucked into leafy enclaves.

To get an inside look on what’s it like right now in Ibiza, we’ve invited some of our favorite DJs to bring us along on a week in their life on the island, in a series we call Donna,’ a trip through soulful sounds that have penned a new chapter in her already storied career. In her entry, Cassy reflects on her first time on the island as tourist, when she saw the island in a different way than most do today. We also learn about the busy schedule of being not only a world-traveling DJ, but a mom!

My first time on the island was back in 1995, when I was invited to spend Easter with a college friend of mine’s family. He had grown up on the island and [his family] had a farmhouse there. I was around 19 or 20 years old at the time, and it was a very eye opening experience. I didn’t actually go out while I was there, but it was the first time I met jetsetting international party people. One guy I remember meeting in particular was a really interesting club owner from Zurich. I sometimes wonder what these people I met back then are doing on the island now—I wonder if they still live [in Ibiza] and how they see it now?

Tracing the Peculiar History of the Modern-Day Techno Tourist

I really enjoyed my first Ibiza experience and met so many real Ibiza lovers who were in love with the island itself and not just there for the party and hype aspect. I could see that it was an escape for people who were looking for something different and I instantly connected better with this island than other holiday places I had been to.

The way I connect with the island now, has nothing to do with the way I discovered it really—now it’s more about my career and job. However, Ibiza is such a meeting point for my nearest and dearest, especially in the summer. So many people I know and love are here, and I would never get to see them otherwise, which is the great thing about it for me now

LAST WEEK

In this past week I haven’t actually been in Ibiza much! Let’s rewind back to last Monday, August 8. I played Circoloco at DC-10, which was very short and sweet as I went straight from the gig to the airport to fly to Tokyo for my gig at Sankeys. Although I was only there for 20 hours, [Tokyo] was a great experience. I also got to eat lots of amazing food in my favorite restaurant, and the gig was perfect. I managed to play lots of vinyl as they had a great set up which is always a nice bonus. Over this past weekend I caught up with this lovely Belgian crew as I played a mini-festival just outside of Brussels called Le Jardin des Pommes, which was a really cool party. When I got back to Ibiza I just had to sleep and rest as I knew my son Rocky would be waking me up early the next day.

Tuesday our nanny had the day off and I spent the whole day with my son, but unfortunately it was raining in Ibiza, which can make it more difficult to find things to do, so we stopped by Passion Pantry and ate lots of banana bread! Wednesday was a full on day, I took Rocky to his little friend Leo’s 1st birthday party, which was lovely, and followed that up with a gym session with my trainer. After this I went to see All Saints perform at Ibiza Rocks, which was really touching, I even shed a tear! To see a good friend of mine, Mel Blatt, absolutely in her element, whilst singing was an amazing moment to witness. After the gig it was time for me to go and be a guest on Robert James’s Paradise radio show before I performed in the club. The radio show is broadcast in the airstream at DC-10 which is really cool, and I had lots of fun with Robert. Half an hour later I was on the decks in the Terrace, the club was already full and it was clear to see what an amazing job Jamie and his crew are doing with Paradise which makes me feel really happy for them. Their hard work is clearly paying off. Go Jamie!

TRACK(S) OF THE WEEK

There are many tracks that I have loved playing this summer, but these two really stick out to me, and they always go down amazingly.

Cassy tour dates:

September 11 – Rumors, Destino, Ibiza
October 3 – Circo Loco, DC10, Ibiza
October 10 – Circo Loco, DC10, Ibiza (closing)

Correction: An earlier version of this post misattributed the writing to Patrick Topping due to an editing error.

Ibiza closing parties: where to eat, drink, dance and sleep at the end of the season – The Independent

All-night parties, beautiful beaches, fabulous restaurants and an aquamarine sea. There is not much that Ibiza lacks. But with all that choice come decisions – what to do and what to leave out? Here is the best of the White Isle, just in time for the closing parties.

The club night: Paradise at DC10

It’s hard to describe DC10 because to do so is to do it an injustice, it being essentially a small farmhouse at the end of the runway of Ibiza’s airport. But, in fact, it is clubbing central, with a pedigree to rival Studio 54. Head on Wednesday to Paradise, the best night. One thing, don’t make any plans the next day: the official closing time is “no one knows”. You’ve been warned.

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The beach club: Experimental Beach

Driving over the salt flats towards Experimental Beach in Playa des Codolar Salinas is like traversing the surface of the moon. Though unlike the lunar mission, here your journey ends with an Aperol spritz or one of Experimental’s famed Green and Tonics (gin, Hierbas Ibicencas, rocket, lime and apple juice). Eat your way through the tapas list – don’t miss the jamon croquetas – or else plump for the real showstopper: the seabass in salt crust for two, and get a real taste of the white isle.

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The restaurant: Can Domingo

This beautifully restored traditional Spanish farmhouse has one of the most beautiful outdoor dining areas on the island – the hills roll into the distance and there isn’t a nighclub in sight. Can Domingo is rustic and unpretentious in style, serving food that’s Italian with a Spanish accent. A tonic for those with sore heads.

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The hotel: ME Ibiza

Nestled in a secluded bay near Santa Eulalia on the east coast of Ibiza, the ME Ibiza manages to dance that fine line between party and relaxation. If you have a yacht, you can park it at the end of the hotel’s beautiful seafront gardens, while the rest of us park our hire cars in the front car park. Most guests are found soaking up the sun and eating Mediterranean cuisine on bookable beds by the rooftop infinity pool, or by the larger pool downstairs. With 179 rooms and 26 deluxe suites (Craig David rents one every Sunday with its own plunge pool) the hotel is moderately sized and serviced by an army of staff. Alberto Van Stokkum, the renowened fashion photographer provides the art. And from May to September, ME Ibiza hosts parties on the third or fourth Saturday of the month which sees DJs fly in from cities including London, Madrid and Milan – most recently US Techno group Life on Planets. Dance, relax, repeat. Doubles from €250, room only. 

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The sundowner spot: El Chiringuito

If the ME rooftop’s 360-degree vistas of sea and land aren’t enough for you, drink in the views and the vibes at El Chiringuito, a bar and restaurant right on the beach at Es Cavallet.

The top tip: Ibiza Delivers

if you are in a self-catering villa or apartment and don’t have time or inclination to go food shopping, or if you simply want some hard-to-find products, log on to Ibiza Delivers to get shopping to your door. A life-saver, especially the morning after the night before.

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Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza, Curio Collection by Hilton Opens in Spain – Hotel News Resource (press release)




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Curio – A Collection by Hilton announced today the opening of Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza, Curio Collection by Hilton. The hotel is Hilton Worldwide’s first property on the island of Ibiza. Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza is part of Hilton Worldwide’s (NYSE: HLT) Curio brand, a rapidly-expanding global collection of distinctive upscale and luxury hotels, Curio caters to passionate travelers seeking local discovery and authentic experiences.

Originally established in 1933, Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza is steeped in history as it was the first purpose-built hotel on the island and has been declared an asset of cultural interest by UNESCO. With its opening as part of the Curio collection, the property has been fully refurbished while maintaining its neo-colonial facade. The hotel’s 33 elegant guest rooms have been decorated by famed interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán and most rooms offer views of the old town and harbour.

Open year-round, the intimate property is located in the heart of Ibiza’s historic centre, just 20 metres from Ibiza’s bustling harbour and steps from Dalt Vila (‘Upper Town’), a UNESCO World Heritage site which features ancient buildings as well as modern markets. Beautiful beaches such as Ses Salines and Cala Vadella are easily accessible from the hotel, and Formentera Island is a short ferry ride away. Also nearby are nightclubs where guests can experience the island’s infamous club scene.

Cafe Montesol sits on the ground floor of the hotel and has been a hub for social life in Ibiza since it was originally established in 1933. It is known among local residents as a place to gather and socialize while enjoying Spanish Mediterranean cuisine and tapas specialities, and can accommodate up to 300 guests. Its cocktail bar is the perfect place to lounge while enjoying a refreshing drink and its street terrace overlooks Vara de Rey Boulevard.


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“Each hotel selected to join the Curio collection is hand-picked for its distinctive character and Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza is no exception to this as it joins 23 Curio hotels open around the world, including Reichshof Hamburg in Germany which was the first Curio hotel to open in EMEA,” said Dianna Vaughan, senior vice president and global head, Curio – A Collection by Hilton and DoubleTree by Hilton. “We are delighted to add this property to our growing portfolio. With its prime location, bespoke concierge service and top restaurant, the hotel is ideal for travellers to Ibiza.”

A bespoke concierge service offers a private service to help plan and manage a trip prior to or during a guest’s stay. This assists guests with anything they may need during their stay in Ibiza including restaurant reservations, yacht rentals, diving experiences and more. Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza also runs a partnership which allows guests to reserve private meeting rooms at the nearby Ibiza Archaeological museum. In addition, the property can arrange meetings aboard private yachts with catering by the hotel’s food and beverage team.

“We are thrilled to open Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza. The iconic building is Ibiza’s oldest hotel and with this refurbishment, its luxury and elegance has been restored to a brilliant quality,” said Eduardo Miquel, general manager, Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza. “The hotel is well placed for travellers to Ibiza, particularly those who wish to organize conferences and events during Ibiza’s calm winter months. As the property is open year-round and can organize unique meeting experiences, it appeals to business travellers as well as those here for leisure.”

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Space Ibiza could be moving to San Antonio – Mixmag

A hotel in San Antonio, Ibiza could possibly be the new home of Space, according to reports.

Plans to reform the Reco des Sol Hotel and combine it as a nightclub have apparently been received by the government, which believes a license will be granted under an “existing tourist law” that allows a hotel and nightclub

Although Space owner Pepe Rosello hasn’t made any comment on the matter, Juanjo Ferrer, head of the San Antonio’s planning department, has name-checked Space as the future owner of the hotel.

He said: “It appears that they want to construct a hotel/disco and it seems that they would use the Space brand. With the existing law in mind we would have no choice but to grant the license for this project but it is not seen with good eyes by the government team”.

A temporary legislation has been introduced by the government to stop the building of hotel/nightclub venues in future, but as the plans for Reco des Sol were submitted in 2015, they cannot be overruled.

Space is taken over by the owners of Ushuaïa.

[Via: Man In San An]

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British woman in her 20s dies after being hit by ‘drug-driver’ in Ibiza while on her way home from night out – The Sun

A BRITISH woman has died after being hit by an alleged drug-driver in Ibiza early on this morning.

The unnamed victim, 27 from London, was killed near a roundabout on the road linking the east coast resort of Santa Eularia and the hippy village of San Carlos.

Road approaching the roundabout where the British woman's naked body was found

Road approaching the roundabout where the British woman’s naked body was found

She is understood to have been walking towards her rented property in San Carlos when she was hit by a Renault Megane as she crossed the road.

Local reports said emergency services found her naked when they reached the scene, although it was suggested she may have lost clothes because of the impact of the collision.

The Spanish driver of the car that hit her failed a roadside drugs test.

Brit victim thought to be in her 20s was pronounced dead at the scene on the holiday island

Brit victim thought to be in her 20s was pronounced dead at the scene on the holiday island

She tested positive for cocaine and was taken to the island’s Can Misses hospital for a more accurate blood test.

It could take three days for the results from this more sensitive test.

Local reports said the Spaniard, thought to be aged around 30, had been on her way to work when she knocked down the Brit.

Woman was struck as she 'walked home from night out' according to local reports

Woman was struck as she ‘walked home from night out’ according to local reports

Paramedics could do nothing to save her and she was pronounced dead at the scene.

The incident happened around 6.20am on Tuesday morning.

Investigators are trying to establish what she was doing on the road at that time of the morning.

Initial speculation pointed to her returning back to her home or holiday accommodation after a night out.



Last Tuesday a British holidaymaker was knocked down and killed on the neighbouring island of Majorca as she jogged with a friend.

She was named as Hillary Jennings, 62, a hospice worker from Bradley Stoke in south Gloucestershire.

The tragedy happened on the Ma-2220 road running along the Mediterranean between Alcudia and Puerto Pollensa in the north east of the island.

On August 21 expat Scot Robert Sneddon, 61, was mowed down and killed by a hit-and-run driver near Guardamar del Segura on the Costa Blanca.

Police are still hunting the killer, who abandoned a British-plated Land Rover Discovery registered to a UK firm at the scene.

Robert’s family have launched a GoFundMe appeal to raise money towards his funeral expenses and costs.


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British woman ‘in her 20s’ dies after being hit by car in Ibiza – Evening Standard

A British woman has died after being hit by a car in Ibiza early this morning.

The victim, thought to be in her late 20s, was killed near a roundabout on the road linking the east coast resort of Santa Eularia and the hippy village of San Carlos.

She is understood to have been walking towards San Carlos when she was hit as she strayed into the road.

Local reports said emergency services found her naked when they reached the scene, although it was suggested she may have lost clothes because of the impact of the collision.

The driver of the car that hit her is Spanish.

Paramedics could do nothing to save her and she was pronounced dead at the scene at about 6.20am today.

Investigators are trying to establish what she was doing on the road at that time of the morning, although initial speculation pointed to her returning back to her home or holiday accommodation after a night out.

Last Tuesday a British holidaymaker was knocked down and killed on the neighbouring island of Majorca as she jogged with a friend.

She was named as Hillary Jennings, 62, a hospice worker from Bradley Stoke in south Gloucestershire.

The tragedy happened on the Ma-2220 road running along the Mediterranean between Alcudia and Puerto Pollensa in the north east of the island.

On August 21 expat Scot Robert Sneddon, 61, was mowed down and killed by a hit-and-run driver near Guardamar del Segura on the Costa Blanca.

Police are still hunting the killer, who abandoned a British-plated Land Rover Discovery registered to a UK firm at the scene.

Robert’s family have launched a GoFundMe appeal to raise money towards his funeral expenses and costs.

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Ex On The Beach’s Charlotte Dawson snogs mystery new man in Ibiza – Daily Mail

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She made quite the stir on Tuesday’s Ex On The Beach when she embarked on a saucy escapade with Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle.

But despite clearly enjoying her single status, Charlotte Dawson has now been spotted putting on a very public display of affection up with a new man on Sunday.

Flaunting her taut stomach in a racy two-piece as she holidays in Ibiza, the brunette beauty packed on a steamy PDA with her love – only known as Luke.

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Kiss-athon: Charlotte Dawson and her new man - Luke kissed in the street in Ibiza

Kiss-athon: Charlotte Dawson and her new man – Luke kissed in the street in Ibiza

The 23-year-old beauty shamelessly displayed her toned pins in the high-waisted briefs as she partied on the Spanish Island with her shirtless beau.

The daughter of late comedian Les Dawson oozed sex appeal as she continued to parade her perfectly toned legs in the barely-there number which worked a fun fringe overlay.

Working with her racy skirt which hit her slender calves, the MTV star added a heavily embellished halter neck chain crop top which boasted a number of different crystals over a black bandeau. 

Can't keep their hands to themselves: The two couldn't keep their hands off each other as Luke lifted her around the streets

Can’t keep their hands to themselves: The two couldn’t keep their hands off each other as Luke lifted her around the streets

Steamy: Flaunting her taut stomach in a racy two-piece as she holidays in Ibiza, the brunette beauty packed on a steamy PDA with her love Luke

Steamy: Flaunting her taut stomach in a racy two-piece as she holidays in Ibiza, the brunette beauty packed on a steamy PDA with her love Luke

New love? Charlotte has now been spotted cosying up with a new man on Sunday

New love? Charlotte has now been spotted cosying up with a new man on Sunday

Pucker up! Charlotte puckered up to her new man out and about on the Spanish Island

Pucker up! Charlotte puckered up to her new man out and about on the Spanish Island

Packing on PDA: The MTV star looked lost in the moment as she enjoyed a smooching session with a shirtless Luke

Packing on PDA: The MTV star looked lost in the moment as she enjoyed a smooching session with a shirtless Luke

 The beauty added height to her already statuesque frame with a pair of block suede tie front heels which lifted her already perky posterior as she soaked up the Mediterranean hotspot.

Accentuating her deep golden tan, the raven-haired beauty styled half of her long locks into chic topknot before working the rest of her glossy tresses into a beachy wave that cascaded to her waist. 

Lost in the moment: The pair didn't care who witnessed their make-out session 

Lost in the moment: The pair didn’t care who witnessed their make-out session 

Glossy: The raven-haired beauty styled half of her long locks into chic topknot before working the rest of her glossy tresses into a beachy wave that cascaded to her waist

Glossy: The raven-haired beauty styled half of her long locks into chic topknot before working the rest of her glossy tresses into a beachy wave that cascaded to her waist

Lost in the moment: Charlotte was completely wrapped up in her new man as they kissed under the burning Balearic Island

Lost in the moment: Charlotte was completely wrapped up in her new man as they kissed under the burning Balearic Island

Not a care in the world: The pair didn't appear to care who saw their steamy smooching session

Not a care in the world: The pair didn’t appear to care who saw their steamy smooching session

Lost in the moment, Charlotte was completely wrapped up in her new man as they kissed under the burning Balearic Island.

The pair didn’t appear to care who saw their steamy smooching session as her mystery man walked around in a pair of tight navy joggers that displayed his rippling abs and Calvin Klein underwear band.

Charlotte donned a full face of make-up as she got up, close and personal with the hunk against a car. 

Abs-olutely: Charlotte's mystery man walked around in a pair of tight navy joggers that displayed his rippling abs and Calvin Klein underwear band

Abs-olutely: Charlotte’s mystery man walked around in a pair of tight navy joggers that displayed his rippling abs and Calvin Klein underwear band

Flaunt it! Charlotte displayed her toned legs in the daring two-piece

Flaunt it! Charlotte displayed her toned legs in the daring two-piece

Going well: Charlotte donned a full face of make-up as she got up, close and personal with the hunk against a car

Going well: Charlotte donned a full face of make-up as she got up, close and personal with the hunk against a car

Lifting her seductively around his waist, Charlotte giggled as she hid her delicate features under an oversized pair of sunnies.  

Ensuring all eyes were on here, the TV starlet carefully applied a number of colourful jewels to her forehead which offset her giant silver hooped earrings.

Clearly enjoying one another’s company, the Northern lass held onto her man tightly as he playfully twirled her around before passionately kissing her.  

Sizzle: Lifting her seductively around his waist, Charlotte giggled as she hid her delicate features under an oversized pair of sunnies

Sizzle: Lifting her seductively around his waist, Charlotte giggled as she hid her delicate features under an oversized pair of sunnies

Jumping for joy: The raven-haired beauty beamed as her mystery man twirled her around

Jumping for joy: The raven-haired beauty beamed as her mystery man twirled her around

There she goes: Luke carefully placed Charlotte back on the ground following their playful encounter

There she goes: Luke carefully placed Charlotte back on the ground following their playful encounter

The jewel in his eye: Ensuring all eyes were on here, the TV starlet carefully applied a number of colourful jewels to her forehead which offset her giant silver hooped earrings

The jewel in his eye: Ensuring all eyes were on here, the TV starlet carefully applied a number of colourful jewels to her forehead which offset her giant silver hooped earrings

MailOnline have contacted Charlotte’s reps for comment.  

Charlotte’s steamy spotting comes after she was seen at San Antonio’s Ocean Beach on Sunday with pals.

Meanwhile, the reality made quite the stir during her Ex On The Beach debut on Tuesday when she shared an saucy escapade with Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle.  

Steamy display: Charlotte's steamy spotting comes after she was seen at San Antonio's Ocean Beach on Sunday

Steamy display: Charlotte’s steamy spotting comes after she was seen at San Antonio’s Ocean Beach on Sunday

Beaming: Charlotte appeared to be in high spirits as she walked alongside her hunky beau

Beaming: Charlotte appeared to be in high spirits as she walked alongside her hunky beau

Glam: The make-up artist looked uber glam as she walked hand-in-hand with her handsome man

Glam: The make-up artist looked uber glam as she walked hand-in-hand with her handsome man

Comfortable: Charlotte and Luke looked incredibly comfortable in each other's company whilst partying in Ibiza

Comfortable: Charlotte and Luke looked incredibly comfortable in each other’s company whilst partying in Ibiza

Ex On The Beach: The reality made quite the stir during her Ex On The Beach debut on Tuesday when she shared an saucy escapade with Gary 'Gaz' Beadle

Ex On The Beach: The reality made quite the stir during her Ex On The Beach debut on Tuesday when she shared an saucy escapade with Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle

However Charlotte seems to still be looking back in anger regarding her former relationship with Celebrity Big Brother winner Stephen Bear.

The reality star has come forward with new scathing comments about her former flame, telling The Daily Star that she ‘massively regrets getting with him’.  

Talking of Stephen, who she enjoyed a sexual dalliance with while on Ex On The Beach, said: ‘He takes things too far and it just makes him unattractive. I don’t rate him – he’s just s***.’ 

In the past: Charlotte seems to still be looking back in anger regarding her former relationship with Celebrity Big Brother winner Stephen Bear 

In the past: Charlotte seems to still be looking back in anger regarding her former relationship with Celebrity Big Brother winner Stephen Bear 

Regrets: The reality star has come forward with new scathing comments about her former flame, previously admitting she 'massively regrets getting with him'

Regrets: The reality star has come forward with new scathing comments about her former flame, previously admitting she ‘massively regrets getting with him’

 

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WATER PARTY: Ravers dance and swim at once in Ibiza! | Daily Star – Daily Star

Wild And they don’t call Es Paradis the most beautiful club on the island for nothing. Its white Greek-style pillars and lush décor of vine leaves and glamorous accessories make it the perfect setting.

A group of student pals from Glasgow can’t wait to see what the fuss is all about. “Everyone has been talking about the Water Party for years,” one excitedly reveals. “How cool that the whole club turns into a swimming pool. This is what we’ve come to Ibiza for – something completely wild!”

Lisa Dyson, 21, a hairdresser from Newcastle, and her friend Carrie-Anne Hunter, 20, from Sunderland, are already in the party mood.

They tell us: “We’ve been drinking already in the West End and loads of people said the Water Party was a mustsee. “Loads of lads were coming here and said it was amazing. I’ve got my bikini on and flip flops.