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Where Is The Love Island Villa?

Harry Smailes

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Where Is The Love Island Villa?

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As one of the most popular shows on British television, Love Island has repeatedly drawn millions of viewers who revel in watching exceedingly attractive people try to find love in an outrageously stunning villa.

It’s so successful there’s now Australian and American editions.

The show has been a staple on TV since 2015 although what many don’t know is that the ITV phenomenon actually started its journey with Celebrity Love Island in 2005. However, that only ran for a single series.

Every season of the current edition introduces a score of new contestants for the public to either love, hate or be completely apathetic towards with the winning couple taking home £50,000.


Generally, contestants accrue hundreds of thousands of followers from their time on the show.

However, the most successful entrees, like couple Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury, can garner over 10s of millions.

Given the clout that the Love Island villa has, it’s unsurprising that so many people are asking where it’s located this year.

Where Is The Love Island Villa?

Having previously been filmed in the Majorcan town of Ses Salines, the show is now being hosted in a different villa in Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, Majorca.

The new location is obviously no less lavish than its predecessor.

This year’s villa features some minor changes but maintains many of the staples which viewers have come to know and love. The massive bedroom has had a layout update with beds no longer arranged in one long row, rather they are now across from each other for a more “communal” feel.


The ‘dog-house’, a special fold out bed in the living room for contestants that are not in the good books with their partner still exists.

Producers rent rather than own the property so, for those who wish to replicate the Love Island lifestyle, it is theoretically possible for you to rent the villa

Although it's very pricey, and is under the tenure of producers for the vast majority of the summer months.

Topics: Love Island, TV and Film

Harry Smailes
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