Pedri has belatedly been given a break from Barcelona duty after featuring in their first two matches of the 2021-22 season.
The Spain midfielder posted a picture from his aeroplane to social media as he headed back to his home in Tenerife.
Barca shared the image with the caption, "deserved vacation".
Pedri will not play for the Blaugrana against Getafe next Sunday, while it remains to be seen if he will be called up by Luis Enrique for the subsequent international break.
The 18-year-old would return to Catalonia in time for Barca's LaLiga clash with Sevilla on September 12.
Pedri had played only a single season with Las Palmas before linking up with Ronald Koeman's Barca at the start of the 2020-21 campaign, but he quickly became a key man.
Since his debut last September, only Bruno Fernandes and Manu Trigueros (both 56) have appeared in more club games across all competitions than Pedri (54, tied with Marcus Rashford) among players in Europe's top five leagues.
But Pedri has also turned out 10 times for the senior Spain team in that period, including in all six matches in their run to the Euro 2020 semi-finals.
And there were a further six appearances at the Tokyo Olympics as the teenager helped Spain take silver.
Having started his 2020-21 season in the Spain Under-21 team on September 3, 2020 – with four games at that level – Pedri has played 74 matches for club and country in less than a year.
Koeman was asked about Pedri's impending departure following Saturday's 1-1 draw at Athletic Bilbao, in which he was substituted after 62 minutes.
"It's better to give him a break now, so as not to have problems in the month of November," the coach explained.