For a fleeting few days on the Love Island calendar, feathers are ruffled when couples on the UK reality television show are separated into two separate villas and a fresh new batch of guys and girls are thrown into the dating mix.
This turning point of the season, which is currently airing on ITV2 (9Now in Australia), takes place at an infamous Mallorcan villa known as 'Casa Amor'.
While the main Love Island villa isn't publicly available, this second villa is well and truly open for business to a full squad of holidaymakers keen to drop some serious cash on a Spanish island vacay.
The spacious four-bedroom villa can sleep up to 8 amigos and is hidden away in a secluded part of the countryside just a few minutes drive from the picturesque village of Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, and within easy reach of the gorgeous beaches.
A private vine-flanked driveway leads to large wooden doors at the entrance which open to a contemporary interior design featuring original artwork, mood lighting and a gas flame fire. The private pool is perfect for you and your crew to soak up the striking Mallorcan sun.
Casa Amor will set you back a rowdy small fortune, however, with stays priced from €5164 (AU$8334) to €9035 (AU$14,581) per week.
Eat. Sleep. Crack On. Repeat.
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