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Love Island 2021 is back, and it's got us dreaming of days lounging around the infinity pool, sunbathing on the double sunbeds or sleeping in one of the many beds the villa has to offer.
The hit ITV2 reality series, presented by Laura Whitmore, returned to TV screens this week after last year's series was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It wasn't a given that the series would go ahead as normal this year due to travel restrictions, but all has gone smoothly so far – and many will recognise the iconic villa from previous seasons.
Here is everything you need to know about where Love Island 2021 is filmed – and whether you can stay there.
Where is the Love Island villa located?
The iconic Love Island villa is located on the sunny island of Majorca, but producers keep the precise location a secret to outsiders.
It’s located in a quiet area of the island so there is no threat of any plot twists being leaked before the show is aired, also making it easier for the film crew and producers.
The closest village to the villa is Sant Llorenç des Cardassar and the nearest airport is Palma, for anyone wanting to snoop on Google Maps.
You may or may not need six beds all in one room, but the Love Island villa does seem the perfect holiday resort for a group trip.
And Love Island fans will be happy to know you can stay in the exotic and iconic villa, according to The Sun.
it costs a whopping £3,000 per week to rent, but it could be worth the money with the number of beds this villa offers.
Along with the outdoor kitchen, hot tub, infinity pool, the choice of any sun lounger imaginable and a fire pit for an evening drink, what more could you want.
You may not be able to pack your bags yet, as the villa already has an extensive waiting list for people wanting to spend a week in the iconic ITV2 pad.
Love Island is known for the iconic villa which is used every year, apart from last year when it was filmed in South Africa, Cape Town for the winter addition.
Each year the villa gets a spice up and makeup over to keep it looking hot ready for the new islanders to arrive.
As well as the main villa, next door, Casa Amor is also available to rent but comes at a higher cost.
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Sources say, Casa Amor, called Arta East and South-East could cost between £4,572 and £8,128 per week.
But just a short walk down the road from the main villa, it could be the perfect place to relax for a true Love Island super fan.
This series of Love Island is beginning to kick off with a lot more drama with a new recouping in tonight’s episode after two new hunks enter the villa.
The girls have the power and get to choose which boy they want to couple up with, who will be left single and at risk of being dumped from the Island.
You can catch tonight’s episode at 9am on ITV2 or ITV hub.
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