LOVE Island is back with it's summer edition and the show is back in Spain.
For the 2023 series the sexy Islanders are staying at the same villa as the previous year.
Where is Love Island 2023 be filmed?
Love Island is filmed in a villa on the Spanish island of Majorca.
Contestants on the ITV2 reality show are staying at a six-bed rustic £2.5M retreat.
The villa boasts a 20m swimming pool, and also features the famous firepit which is used for eliminations.
The lucky house guests also have access to an outdoor kitchen, which sits between the firepit and pool.
Can I stay at the Love Island villa?
The Love Island villa is called Sa Vinyassa and costs £5K a week to rent out.
After the show ends it'll look completely different, with no cameras in and a homely vibe created with a complete interior overhaul.
There will be no neon signage but instead rustic additions, including exposed brickwork and snug sofas.
Fans of the show are also able to stay in the Love Island 2021 villa.
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But it will set you back roughly a whopping £3000 for a week's stay.
How many cameras are in the villa?
Love Island is not live – each episode is usually shot one to two days in advance.
The show uses over 70 cameras to capture every kiss, mugging off and argument.
This includes cameras in the communal bedroom, by the pool, and in the kitchen area.
The whole villa is also rigged with hidden microphones so nothing the Islanders say can be missed.
Contestants can also break the fourth-wall and speak to the camera in the beach hut.
Where is the old Love Island villa?
The previous villa – which was used from 2017 until 2021 – is also in Majorca, and can be found in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar on the East of the Island.
The luxury villa boasts a super-sized hot tub, infinity pool, outdoor kitchen and terrace.
The original villa – which was used from 2015 until 2016 – was sold in March 2022 for a whopping £3M.
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