The British tourist found dead in the Ibizan holiday resort of San Antonio has been named as business consultant Anwaar Lahrichi-Greenwood.
Mr Lahrichi-Greenwood’s body was found floating in the mouth of the town port, some 48 hours after he was last seen leaving a party in the resort.
The 24-year-old, who described himself as a business consultant, was last seen at 4am on Saturday morning, and had been due to fly home later that day.
Friends and family have paid tribute to him on social media, with his sister praising his ‘jokes and smile.. intelligence and gentle nature’.
Heartbreaking: The 24-year-old man, named only as Anwaar, was found dead in the port of San Antonio some 48 hours after he was seen leaving a party in the Ibizan town
‘I feel so dead inside knowing I’ll never see you again.. knowing you went on holiday and died in the sea alone… I tried to find you with all my power my love,’ she writes.
‘My bro bro, my best friend..you where the best brother and you made me feel important and special.’
San Antonio police are investigating his death after local sources said there were signs of violence on his body.
However, it was not immediately clear if they were injuries sustained before death or after death that could be compatible with him being hit by a boat or falling on rocks.
Anwaar was last seen leaving a party in San Antonio early on morning Saturday, and had been missing for 48 hours when his remains were found shortly after midday on Sunday.
‘Intelligent and gentle’: The young man’s friends and family have paid tribute to him online
The body of a British tourist has been pulled from the mouth of the port of San Antonio, a popular party destination on the island of Ibiza (stock image)
A post-mortem will take place on Monday.
Just last month a British youngster died just hours after jetting into the same Ibizan party resort.
Jack McDonnell, 22, was rushed to a health centre by friends he was out with and members of a Christian charity who work on the streets in the high season.
He went into cardiac arrest shortly after arriving at the clinic following his earlier collapse.
Health workers at the centre tried to save him by practicing CPR but were unable to save him.