Love Island returns to screens this week, with a new generation of contestants seeking romance under the Spanish sun.
For the 2021 series, the cast and crew returned to sun-drenched Mallorca to film.
The Series 7 villa is in the picturesque village of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar on the Balearic island of Mallorca, and show host Laura Whitmore gave fans a glimpse of the new setting this week.
In a video, she showed people the incredible outdoor spaces with “the best views in Mallorca”, as well as a swimming pool and hot tub.
Outside there are also selfie mirrors, swings and day beds for “those intimate conversations”, while inside “the kitchen is ready for toast”, while the bedroom has cheeky new headboards.
The living room is the niche’s new home, while The Hideaway, where the lovebirds hang out privately, has “new secret drawers.”
The new Love Island series comes after being postponed for a year due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
The last series to take place was the winter edition which started in January 2020 in South Africa and was won by Paige Turley and Finley Tapp.
Can you book a stay at Love Island villa?
Whilst the villa is indeed a wonderful space for a holiday, unfortunately when not in use for Love Island it is a private residence which is not currently listed for rental and cannot therefore not be booked for vacation.
But there are a range of private villas and hotels in the same picturesque village of Sant Llorent des Cardassar.
Photos of the Love Island 2021 contestants will be released soon and we want to start getting excited.
If you haven’t noticed already, every year certain retailers release dupes of all of our favorite Love Island merchandise.
Etsy – Retailer has a page with tons of sellers making Love Island bottles with custom names on
NotOnTheHighStreet – personalized towels on the popular show become a staple every summer
eBay – You can get suitcase stickers like the Islanders on eBay
Amazon – You can even get a Love Island board game on Amazon here to team up and battle!
Not to mention, head to the IsawItFirst pages for all the fashionable must-haves you’ll see contestants wearing this year, as the fashion brand has once again teamed up with the popular ITV show.
From Wednesday June 30, the Balearic Islands will be on the government’s green list for travel, meaning UK residents can holiday there without needing to quarantine on return.
However, the Spanish authorities today updated their travel guidelines to say that anyone not fully vaccinated from the UK will need to have a negative Covid-19 PCR test to enter from Wednesday June 30.
Majorca, or Majorca as it is also called, is the largest of the Balearic Islands in the western Mediterranean.