As we tune in each night to catch the latest action from the Love Island villa, we can’t help but wish we could be lounging around the infinity pool too.
This year’s Love Island has already brought us drama, love, and re-couplings as we watch the islanders make it or break it in the lead up to the final.
The iconic villa has been used for the hit ITV Love Island show since season 3 in 2017, but had a break in 2020 when the show was filmed in Cape Town for a winter series.
Before season 3, a different Spanish villa was used for filming – this villa has now been put up for sale for £3 million.
If that’s anything to go by- we expect the current villa to be worth the big bucks.
How much is the Love Island villa?
The exact price of the current Love Island villa has not been confirmed – however it can be rented out to holiday makers.
The Sun reported that the current villa costs £3,000 per week to rent, which would be a total of £144,000 a year if it was rented for a whole year.
It is unknown the exact price tag of the iconic villa – but with the islanders returning each year and no signs of a change of location for next year, we’re sure the price is definitely a few million!
Who owns the villa?
The villa is owned by multi-millionaire, Nikolaus Broschek, a 77-year-old German businessman who first bought the house in 2000.
Nikolaus lends the villa to ITV for a total of three months over the summer, which gives the crew time to redesign the villa for the islander's arrival and filming time.
Where is the villa?
The iconic villa is on the Balearic Island of Majorca and is tucked far away from any main roads and towns.
The nearest town is Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, which is 3.6km away from the house.
Surrounded by trees, fields, and tracks, it’s certainly an isolated location, which is perfect for providing the privacy needed when filming the series.
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For anyone wanting to have a nosey on Google Maps – you can find it by putting these coordinates in: 39.62305, 3.24972, labeled “Love Island UK Villa”.
When finding the villa on maps you can see the huge infinity pool, outdoor beds and, bean bags, and rabbit seats we see islanders go for a ‘chat’ on.
Can I stay at the villa?
The villa decor is redesigned every year.
However the iconic pool, fire pit, outdoor beds, bean bags, bedroom, and outdoor kitchen are kept the same.
After each series ends the villa is stripped back to its former self, ready for regular tourists to enjoy.
It’s no surprise there’s a long waiting list of people wanting to holiday and lounge at the iconic Love Island villa.
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