Police in Ibiza have reportedly stopped a party on the luxurious private island of Sa Ferradura.
Officers are said to have ordered revellers to switch off loud music at 9am this morning after complaints from locals saying they had been kept up all night.
Ibiza newspaper Diario de Ibiza also claimed an ambulance had been called to the exclusive villa on the island around 6am.
The 35,000 square metre private island is home to a six-bed villa which sleeps up to 12 people and is promoted online as one of the most exclusive hideaways in the world.
It is connected to the main island of Ibiza by only a small beach.
A week’s rental costs nearly £200,000.
It has been described in the past by Forbes as the most expensive island in the world and was said to have been bought by a Russian banker in 2006 for 22 million euros (£19.5 million).
It reportedly changed hands again in 2013, with a Russian oligarch again being identified as the buyer and names like Roman Abramovich being put forward as the possible mystery new owner.
Dom Perignon took over the island for a week in June with bespoke menus by three-Michelin-starred chef Quique Dacosta.
Local reports said hundreds of people had been seen heading towards the island on Tuesday evening.
San Joan de Labritja Town Hall, which employs local police covering the area, could be reached this afternoon for comment.
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