Palma.—Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha were spotted out and about in Ibiza on Sunday visiting the little town of Santa Gertrudis.
Samantha Cameron flew to the island on Friday with their baby daughter Florence who was born last August and they were joined by the Prime Minister and their two other children, Arthur, five and Nancy, seven, who are on half term on Saturday morning.

G8 summit
The Prime Minister and the children flew to the island on a 6am easyJet flight from Stansted.
Cameron will be enjoying the break after a hectic last week which included hosting Barack Obama's presidential visit to Britain and attending the G8 Summit in Deauville, Normandy on Friday where he discussed world affairs with President Obama, French leader Nicolas Sarkozy and the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.

This is the couple's second visits to Spain this year.
In April, the Prime Minister and his wife jetted to southern Spain to celebrate Samantha Cameron's 40th birthday.
But this trip is the couple's first overseas family holiday since David Cameron was elected and they are understood to be staying with friends at a private villa in the north of the island.

Later on Sunday, the Camerons were photographed out in a pedalo.
On Friday night Samantha Cameron attended a dance music party with friends along with 2'500 rave music fans in the historic old Ibiza Town.