Lonely Planet Writer

Would you rent Love Island's Casa Amor for your holiday?

Hit reality TV show Love Island is back on our screens and it’s all anyone can talk about, but how would you fancy staying at one of the Mallorcan villas from the popular show?

You can rent Love Island’s Casa Amor. Image: ITV2

While most of the action takes place in the main Love Island villa, the second villa, Casa Amor, has become a hotbed of drama and mugginess ever since it was introduced during the 2017 series. This year and last, the boys were sent off to meet six new girls there, which caused a few broken hearts back at the villa.

The pool at Love Island’s Casa Amor. Image: Villa Retreats

Now that the Casa Amor residents have returned back to the main house, the villa is available to be rented out. It’s set in a private and secluded location just minutes’ drive from the picturesque village of Sant Llorenc des Cardassar in Mallorca. Described as a “superb, ultra modern house with high standard furniture and fittings and stylish design,” it’s within easy reach of beaches and all facilities.

The seating area at Love Island’s Casa Amor. Image: Villa Retreats

The four-bedroom villa can sleep up to eight people, but don’t worry, it comes with sleeping arrangements that are more private than on the TV show, where everyone sleeps in the same room. The master bedroom suite located on the first floor features two balconies for soaking in the sun and views, and the villa is equipped with amenities that include a wine chiller, sound dock and entertainment system.

You can rent Love Island’s Casa Amor. Image: Villa Retreats

We don’t see much of the interior of the villa on television, because all of the action takes place outside or in the bedroom, but it includes a large modern lounge area featuring a gas flame fire and a spacious designer kitchen. The villa is privately located and surrounded by greenery, with the familiar vine-flanked entrance leading up to the wooden-framed glass doors. It also has the sparkling blue pool that features in the show, with elevated sun loungers and a large outdoor terrace and barbecue area.

The entrance to Love Island’s Casa Amor. Image: Villa Retreats

Casa Amor is available to book through luxury villa company Villa Retreats and costs from £4572/€5164 to £7417/€8378 per week. For added luxury, you can also request your own private chef and chauffeur. Best of all, there will be no Megan or Eyal or Adam to wreck your peace while you’re there. See further information here.