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The Love Island villa is available to rent for £5,000 a WEEK after the show ends – but looks completely different

Want to chat on the iconic Love Island balcony, or sit on one of the light-up beanbags and take in the view?

Villa Love Island in Mallorca will be available to rent after the hit ITV2 show ends – and it’s a perfect place for your summer getaway!

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The Love Island villa in Mallorca will be available to rent after the end of the hit showCredit: Fincallorca/Triangle News

The chic villa, named ‘Sa Vinyassa’, was given a makeover by ITV this year, and it has all sorts of amenities you’ll need for a holiday, including the iconic infinity pool.

Once the show is over, it will look completely different, with no cameras and a warm ambiance created with a complete interior overhaul.

There won’t be any neon signage, but rather rustic additions including exposed brickwork and comfy sofas.

It’ll cost a pretty penny, with a week priced at almost £5,000, but those who stay will have access to six bedrooms, and you can even enjoy your morning coffee on the terrace – a popular spot for a morning debrief among the islanders. .

The villa becomes available for rental from September 24 and will need to be booked for a minimum stay of seven nights.

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The owners of the posh pad say it sleeps 12, but obviously during Love Island we saw a lot more than that!

Visitors will also have hotspots on their doorstep, including the quaint villages of Arta and Sant Llorenc, and all can be rented through the Fincallorca holiday home rental site.

Love Island has not been without drama this year, with the show’s iconic Casa Amor segment stirring things up again.

You can swim in the pool and have a morning coffee with a view of the beautiful surroundings

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You can swim in the pool and have a morning coffee with a view of the beautiful surroundingsCredit: Fincallorca/Triangle News
Producers and show bosses have yet to confirm an exact date for the finale.

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Producers and show bosses have yet to confirm an exact date for the finale.1 credit
The villa will be completely different from what it is during the show

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The villa will be completely different from what it is during the showCredit: Fincallorca/Triangle News

Producers and show bosses have yet to confirm an exact date for the finale.

However, as the series lasts eight weeks, it can be estimated that the finale will be broadcast on Monday August 1, 2022, at 9 p.m. on ITV2.

Love Island host Laura Whitmore will present the final live, with husband Iain Stirling providing his popular comedic commentary.

Ahead of the new series, Laura confirmed that the series would return for eight weeks, ending speculation that it was to air for ten weeks this year, she said: “This summer, love is ours; every romance, every bromance, every recoupling cycle the focus.

“For eight weeks we will own love and it all starts tomorrow in a brand new villa.”

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