Fancy having a chat on the iconic Love Island balcony, or popping yourself on one of the bright bean bags and lapping up the views?
The Love Island villa in Mallorca will be available to rent after the hit ITV2 show ends – and it’s a perfect venue for your summer getaway!
The swanky villa, named ‘Sa Vinyassa’, was given a makeover by ITV this year, and it features all sorts of amenities you’ll want for a holiday, including the iconic infinity pool.
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.
It will cost a pretty penny, with one week in the priced at almost £5,000, but those staying will have access to six bedrooms, and you can even enjoy your morning coffee on the terrace – a popular spot for a morning debrief amongst the islanders.
The villa becomes available to rent from September 24 and will have to be booked for a minimum of seven nights stay.
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Owners of the posh pad say it’ll sleep 12 people, but obviously during Love Island we’ve seen a lot more than that squeezed in!
Those visiting will also have some hotspots on their doorstep, including the quaint villages of Arta and Sant Llorenc, and it can all be rented through holiday home rental site Fincallorca.
Love Island hasn’t been without its drama this year, with the iconic Casa Amor segment of the show stirring things up once again.
Producers and bosses of the show are yet to confirm the exact date of the final.
However, as the series is eight weeks long, we can estimate that the final will air on Monday, August 1, 2022, at 9 pm on ITV2.
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Love Island host, Laura Whitmore, will present the live final, with her husband Iain Stirling providing his popular comical commentary.
Ahead of the new series, Laura confirmed that the series would return for eight weeks, shutting down speculation that it was to air for ten weeks this year, she said: "This summer love is ours; every romance, every bromance, every recoupling round the firepit.
"For eight weeks we're going to own love and it all kicks off tomorrow in a brand new villa."
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