The original Love Island villa is up for sale and could be yours for just £3.1m

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Love Island super-fans, listen up. If you just so happen to have a spare £3.1 million burning a hole in your pocket, you could be the proud new owner of the show's original villa.

Whilst the beautiful Spanish property might be full of memories of both the first and second seasons of the show, it's likely that most of us mere mortals won't be able to splash out on the multi-million-pound gaff as a holiday home.

Set in the sunny village of Santanyi, which is on the south-east coast of the Spanish island, Majorca, the spectacular stone house will certainly turn the head of those who've been tuning into the show from the start.


Kicking off in 2015, the ITV2 dating show saw Jon Clarke and Hannah Elizabeth scoop the grand prize.

Back then, the contestants had no clue how huge the reality series was about to become, which made for some great TV.

From loud, non-stop romping in the shared bedrooms to endless screaming rows kicking off as islanders chain-smoked in the designated smoking area, it was an iconic bit of telly.

Despite winner Jon proposing to Hannah whilst on the show, the pair soon broke off their engagement and went their separate ways.


Season two was filmed from June-July 2016, and was arguably the best season of Love Island ever made.

Here we were introduced to the likes of now happily-married Alex and Olivia Bowen, Scott Thomas, Kady McDermott, Malin Andersson, Rykard Jenkins and of course the winners, Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey.

The villa, which at the time played home to over fifty contestants, boasts five huge bedrooms, a whirlpool hot tub, massive floor-to-ceiling windows, an incredible man-made beach pool, plenty of decked-out garden terraces and a massive outdoor kitchen.


Engel & Völkers, the estate agency behind the property listing has set the price at €3,650,000 (£3.1 million), describing the famed former TV set as a "prestigious natural stone villa is visible from afar in the landscape close to Ses Salines".

They promise that "beach life vibes are guaranteed at this uniquely stylish property", pointing out the "sensational pool" which was the exact location Love Island's first ever coupling up ceremonies took place.

It was also the spot Nathan Massey flew Cara De La Hoyde back to in order to propose, exactly two years from the day they met.


The listing states the villa's rooms are "bathed in light", calling it an "unparalleled architectural jewel".

Fans of the show will remember the huge open plan living area from downstairs, which led out to the pool via floor to ceiling sliding glass doors.

Unbeknownst to Love Island fans, the property actually boasted four huge bedrooms in the downstairs area of the property, each with their own en suite bathrooms.

It was upstairs that the magic happened, with the sole master suite transformed into a shared living space, with up to 14 islanders all sharing closely-packed double beds throughout their stays.



The property listing details what else could be found on the upper floor: "The generously sized master bedroom has its own dressing room and en-suite bathroom with a freestanding tub.

"A guest WC rounds completes the picture on this level."

With cameras in every corner, nothing was private during the islanders' time at the Majorcan haven, but it's safe to say those cameras are long gone by now.

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