A 24-year-old British holidaymaker has died after falling 30ft from a hotel balcony in Ibiza.
Tributes have been paid to Robyn-Eve Maines, from Wallasey, Merseyside, after she was during the weekend.
She reportedly fell from a balcony at the Rosamar Hotel in the popular holiday resort of San Antonio.
She was pronounced dead at the scene at about 9am on Sunday.
It is understood Maines had been on holiday in Ibiza with her partner and her friends. A law graduate, she worked in a solicitor's office.
Her family led tributes to her this week.
Maines's mother, Clare Maines, said: "Our beautiful 24-year-old daughter sadly passed away after falling 30ft off her balcony. There are no words for us. We are truly heartbroken."
Her brother, Cam, posted on Facebook: "For those who don't already know today I lost my big sister Robyn-Eve Maines, she fell 30ft from a hotel balcony in Ibiza.
"She will forever be loved and remembered for the fantastic person she is. Our hearts bleed for the loss of someone so special. I love you big sis always will."
Hundreds of people paid tribute to Ms Maines on social media.
Toni Goodwin wrote: "Oh Robyn-Eve Maines I can’t even begin to say how devastated I am with this sad news. I am truly heartbroken.
"You were one of my best friends, this doesn’t seem real at all. You will be so so missed by so many and I can’t even imagine how your family are feeling.
"You’ll always have a special place in my heart. Love you, always fly high angel."
Victoria Carr said: "Robyn-Eve Maines was a firecracker, beautiful inside and out and so much fun to be around. Her family and friends are in my thoughts at this sad time."
A GoFundMe page has been set up to raise funds to help bring Ms Maines's body back to the UK.