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There’s So Much More to it than We Saw on TV at Love Island’s Casa Amor

Love Island’s Casa Amor provided quite the shake-up in the latest series as the guys’ fidelity was put to the test in a house with new girls.Some guys passed – like when Jack chose to sleep outside to be loyal to Dani – while others had their heads turned (cough cough Josh cough cough).

Now that the islanders have been reunited in the main Love Island villa , that’s left Casa Amor (not its real name) up for grabs, as the stunning property is already back on the market for holiday rentals by Villa Retreats .

And judging by the listing, we didn’t even get to see half of what the beautiful Spanish home has to offer.

For a start although the boys and new girls had to sleep in one room, the villa actually has FOUR bedrooms, and can sleep up to eight people.

However there isn’t a dedicated dressing room where you can get ready – we’re guessing that producers transformed one of the other bedrooms into the room where the girls got ready for the glamorous nights.

As for getting ready for bed, you won’t all be fighting for the mirror in the bathroom, as the property has five bathrooms and shower rooms on offer for guests, some with free standing bathtubs.

Then of course there’s the stunning outdoor pool area which we saw a lot in the series as it was where the bulk of the grafting went on as everyone decided who they’d be sharing a bed with that evening.

However you won’t find colourful bean bags to sit on during your stay – but instead you can expect plush outdoor sofas and the poolside loungers that remained during filming.

But there’s so much more to the villa than the pool and bedrooms.

In fact, Casa Amor offers up a whole host of other rooms where you can relax and unwind during your holiday.

There’s a lush indoor lounge with plenty of modern furnishings, colourful artwork and even a gas flame fire for a cosy night in, while the designer kitchen has everything you could need for a homecooked meal – or hire one of the speciality chefs to whip up some local cuisine for you.

And while the islanders don’t get to leave the villa unless they’re off on a date, if you’re staying on the property you’ll have acres of landscaped gardens and vineyards that are ideal for going exploring in.

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