Love Island is kicking off for another sizzling series as the first ten islanders have headed to Majorca to try and meet the one.
A brand new batch of sexy singletons will all be strutting their stuff in the famous villa hoping to clock eyes and fall in love.
Telly babe Maya Jama is back at the reins of the new series of the hit ITV2 dating show – and will be giving viewers all the latest goss on its spin-off show AfterSun.
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And of course, it wouldn’t be Love Island without some familiar palm trees, blue skies, rolling green hills and of course the iconic villa.
What’s more, fans can actually go check out the lush pad in person and follow in the sun-soaked footsteps of their fave contestants.
Whether you fancy topping up your tan in the sparkling blue pool or want to get grafting on the infamous terrace, turns out you can actually do just that – but it’ll come at a cost.
So, as we get ready to watch the bikini babes and hunky lads crack on for the next weeks, Daily Star is taking a look inside where it’s all going to go down – the iconic villa.
Where is the Love Island villa?
All the summer editions of the hit ITV2 dating show have been filmed in Mallorca and a couple of different villas have been used.
But in 2022, for series eight, bosses mixed things up and relocated to a new lush spot on the southeast coast of Majorca.
The villa, named Sa Vinyassa, is situated in the Spanish island’s region of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar.
Six beds, colossal pool and Insta-worthy decor
The luxurious crib has everything contestants, and fans, will need for a sun-soaked summer of fun and love.
It boasts six bedrooms, a terrace, a panoramic view of the hills, that famous outdoor shower and luxe-looking infinity pool.
And of course, it wouldn't be Love Island without the iconic firepit where the majority of the drama takes place.
Love Island make-under
Once the show has wrapped though and the Islanders head back to the UK, hopefully with a new beau on their arm – the villa’s ITV makeover will be undone.
The Love Island team will go back in and completely transform the pad – making the villa look super different.
The Instagram-worthy neon lights, communal bedrooms and lush fire pit will all be scrapped in favour of a homely vibe – including exposed brickwork and rather snug sofas.
How much does it cost?
It’s good news for those hoping to head off on their own Love Island getaway, as you can book to stay in the legit villa from the show.
But as expected, it comes at an eye-watering cost, as according to reports, it’s been priced at a jaw-dropping £601 a night.
So if you’re planning a week of Love Island fun, expect to pay at least £5000!
The villa can be rented through holiday home rental site Fincallorca but it’s fully booked right up until January next year – so fans could be waiting a while for their sun-soaked getaway.
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