Island villa

Real location of Love Island villa how much it cost to rent it

The seventh series of Love Island began on Monday evening after a long wait due to the coronavirus.

In just one week, there have already been arguments and romances – and there should be more drama as the series continues.

The hit dating show did not air its usual summer series last year due to Covid restrictions and the last series to grace our screens was a winter edition set in South Africa in January 2020.

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But this week he returned to his “home” in Mallorca and the iconic villa.

We are all happy to see the famous infinity pool and its refuge back on our screens, and the good news is that you can even stay there yourself.

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The villa is located on the Spanish island of Mallorca, but the producers choose not to share the exact location to avoid secrets being exposed before the show airs.

It is in a quiet part of the island and the nearest village is Sant Llorenç des Cardassar and the nearest airport is Palma.

This villa would be the perfect place for a group of friends to vacation with the multiple beds and hideaway available.



The Love Island Room

According to the Daily Star, you and your friends could enjoy the sun for £3,000 a week.

You’ll feel like a Love Island star dancing on the terrace and bringing people along to chat around the fire pit.

However, the villa is very popular as there is already a long waiting list.

Or if you’re a true Love Island fan, you might want to check out Casa Amor.

But this villa is even more expensive, between £4,572 and £8,128 per week.