Almost as beautiful as the Love Island contestants themselves is the show’s stunning villa.
So for this year’s series, ITV have decided to return to exactly the same place. The new crop of islanders will be decamping to the sun-soaked Spanish abode that was home to Kem, Chris, Olivia, Amber and the rest of 2017’s cast.
But where exactly is it?
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Well, the villa itself is in Mallorca, just outside the sleepy town of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar on the island’s stunning east coast.
It’s also at the top of a very steep, bumpy track – no doubt so that it’s far away from prying eyes.
Ahead of last year’s series, the producers created an outdoor gym, a hot tub and a seating area to accompany the existing (heated) infinity pool.
ITV have had the painters and decorators in to renovate the gaff, but all that funky neon from last year is still alive and well.
Sadly, though, the villa is privately owned so you can’t rent it for a massive sleepover with all your mates when the Love Island lot move out.
Love Island airs daily at 9pm on ITV2