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Millions of people are set to tune in to watch bikini babes and hunky blokes chat each other up live on telly. If you've ever wanted to know where all the testosterone is kept over the summer then we have the inside info all thanks to Google Maps.
Most people knew that Love Island was filmed near the town of Sant Llorenc des Cardassar on the Spanish island of Majorca, but nobody knew exactly where, until now. If you look on Google Maps you can find the villa towards the east of the island, about an hour and fifteen minutes from Palma airport off a back road called the Ma-3323.
Looking at the images on Google Maps, you can see that the main villa was a ruined old farmhouse or outbuilding. The villa is reportedly owned by a German millionaire who rents it out to ITV each year.
The Love Island villa looks completely different on Google Maps than its dilapidated shell, with colourful accessories and Love Island phrases littered all over the walls and furniture. The fire pit is there too, along with other familiar parts such as The Hideaway, beach hut and swimming pool.
Casa Amor is situated very close to the main villa. It's real name is Villa Alchemy and you can rent it for between £4,572 to £8,128 per week.
Sales Particulars said: "one of the most stylish homes to have been built in Mallorca in the last 20 years
"From the moment you drive through its electric gates, you soon realize that you are leaving the real world behind, in favour of a peaceful atmosphere of calm and tranquility.
"The house enjoys total privacy in an area of outstanding natural beauty, and with the picturesque village of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar only 3km away.
"The main salon has a shimmering open flame gas fire, its large sliding glass panels open onto the pool (14x4m) and the many terraces with different raised and sunken sun bathing areas.
"Adjacent to the pool is the striking geometric garden of oranges and lemons, which make for a lovely evenings stroll, as the oleander and rosemary scented hedges begin their assault on your senses.
"Each of the generous bedrooms provides its own designer bathroom en-suite, with appliances by Duravit and striking art work from Helmet Newton.
"Upstairs are two large roof terraces, as well as a master suite with its own two balconies, and individually set mode light settings, safe and open plan bathroom with free standing bath and separate shower.
"The house has been carefully designed to allow the wonderful Mediterranean breezes to flow through, keeping it pleasantly cool even in the peak of the summer months.
"For those clients looking for somewhere unique, stylish and above all calm and chic, the house offers a magical opportunity."
So, if you have the money, why not take your own Love Island holiday?
Featured Image Credit: ITV / Google Maps
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