Love Island fans can rent the famous Majorcan villa for £3K PER WEEK – with the property open to guests following the end of the current series
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For Love Island fans, dreams of experiencing what it’s like to be an islander could now come true – at a cost.
The iconic Majorcan villa can be rented out at a cost of £3,000 per week, meaning fans of the ITV2 show could pack their bags and visit, if their piggy banks allowed.
The villa, located on the east of the island in Sant Llorenc, des Cardassar, could be the perfect place to top up – or start – a suntan.
Love Island fans can finally experience the famous Majorcan villa for themselves – at a cost of £3k a week
Another bonus is that the area is quiet, which is essential so that ITV2 can film without fearing leaked secrets and spoilers.
With holidays seeming like a distant memory, tuning into Love Island every evening has left viewers yearning for an opportunity to soak up the sun themselves.
But for fans who are willing to take up the opportunity, they may be waiting a while as the list of keen visitors is long.
Can we go for a chat?: Fans of the ITV2 show could pack their bags and visit, if their piggy banks allowed
Sunning it up: With holidays seeming like a distant memory, tuning into Love Island every evening has got viewers yearning for an opportunity to soak up the sun themselves
No secrets!: Another bonus is that the area is quiet which is essential so that ITV2 can film without fearing leaked secrets and spoilers
The hit reality programme, which has been running for 7 series, has become so successful that the villa received a revamp a few years ago.
The infamous hideaway had a spruce up and according to Glamour, alongside the private terrace, there is a new secret addition: a hidden cabinet which can be filled with treats and champagne.
The main bedroom was also redecorated, not failing to mention that the villa also has incredible amenities such as a hot tub, infinity pool, and multiple double beds.
Long wait: Keen fans will have to be patient as the waiting-list to experience life as an islander is long
Spruced up: The infamous hideaway has its own private terrace and has its own hidden cabinet full of treats
Finding your type on paper: Fans could be spoilt for choice, as they can also stay at sister villa Casa Amor
Cracking on: If Love Island lovers want to stay at Casa Amor, it will cost them up to £5,000 more
Eggs in one basket?: The terrace might provide good chats – and views
Fans could be spoilt for choice, as they can also stay at sister villa Casa Amor – if the main villa wasn’t their type on paper.
However, a stay at Casa Amor, known as Arta East and South East, could possibly cost guests up to £5,000 more per week than the original villa.
For now though, the drama in the Love Island villa continues at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVHub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.
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