Known for their incredibly sculpted bodies, Irina Shayk and her boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo were spotted soaking up the sun on a yacht in Saint-Tropez, France on Tuesday (July 3).
Rocking a cheeky, bright orange bikini, the Russian supermodel lovingly cuddled with her footballer beau before cooling down by hopping off the back of the boat - after which Cristiano grabbed a hose and playfully squirted her as their boating companions watched on.
During their vacation, Shayk and Ronaldo have also been spending time frolicking along the beaches and getting some much-deserved relaxation on lounge chairs perched along the scenic French Riviera coast.
The trip comes just a week after Ronaldo and his Portugal teammates suffered a heartbreaking loss in the Euro 2012 tournament - as they bowed out on penalty kicks to eventual champion, Spain.
Enjoy the pictures of Cristiano Ronaldo and Irina Shayk relaxing on a yacht in St Tropez (July 3)
Saint-Tropez (French pronunciation: [sɛ̃.tʁɔˈpe]; Sant Tropetz in Occitan) is a town, 104 km (65 mi) to the east of Marseille, in the Var department of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region of southeastern France. It is also the principal town in the canton of Saint-Tropez.
It is located on the French Riviera, and it is known today for its famous and extremely wealthy summertime guests. It has been dubbed the 'playground to jetsetters, fashion models, and millionaires', and it is most-enduringly known as the place where the iconic Brigitte Bardot was "discovered" and for its role in the liberation of southern France during World War II.
Saint-Tropez has had a varied history. It was a fifteenth-century military stronghold, an unassuming fishing village at the beginning of the twentieth century, and the first town on this coast to be liberated during World War II (as part of Operation Dragoon). After the war, it became an internationally-known seaside resort, renowned principally because of the influx of artists of the French New Wave in cinema and the Yé-yé movement in music. In latter years, it has been a resort for the European and American jet set and the inevitable hordes of tourists in search of a little Provençal authenticity and an occasional celebrity sighting.
The inhabitants of Saint-Tropez are called Tropéziens(French pronunciation: [tʁɔ.pe'zjɛ̃]), and the town is familiarly called "St-Trop" (French pronunciation: [sɛ̃'tʁɔp]).
Hotel Byblos Saint Tropez
It's been the crème de la crème of Riviera accommodation for the Paris jet set, movie moguls and many a super-star since 1967 - and remains elusively exclusive. Pure luxury shrouds its gourmet restaurant and nightclub. Parking is quite expensive.
*Seasonal hotel: closes Oct 24, 2011 to April 04, 2012
All rooms renovated and decorated in a subtle Mediterranean style.equipped with the latest in state of the art in-room entertainment.
Deluxe Room/ 30 to 35SQM / garden, pool or street view / sitting area
Classic Room king or twin beds/ from 25 to 30 SQM. garden, hill or street view
Single room queen bed / approx 18 SQM fully equipped
Standard Amenities In All Rooms
Bathrobe Bathroom Amenities
Bathtub Only Bidet
Cable TV CD Player
Color TV Direct Dial
DVD Player Electrical Adapters
Hair Dryer HSPD
Remote TV Safe
Shower Only Sofa Bed
-Hotel La Ferme D Augustin:
-la ferme d augustin
five minutes from st tropez and a stone s throw from the
beach you ll discover a mediterranean environment that mixes
charm and comfort. For those who enjoy authenticity an
excellent provencal cuisine using fresh ingredients from the
garden fruits in season and their house produced wine.
breakfast served until noon. Heated pool with spa features