Inside Casa Amore as Love Island twist threatens to split all remaining couples

It was the biggest twist in Love Island history when the Mirror exclusively revealed last summer that a secret villa was being brought into play to let the boys meet some new girls away from their partners’ suspicious gazes.

And producers are bringing Casa Amore back for a second year in a row – to shake up the established couples and inject a whole lot of drama.

So what can we expect from the brand new property?

Well, the £2.5million secret villa boasts four bedrooms with their own ensuite bathroom, a private pool surrounded by lush green hedges and a sunlounger platform with space to bathe in the Mallorcan sun.



It’s situated just across the fields from the original Love Island villa, although the Islanders won’t be able to see what their other halves are up to because there’s a thick line of trees blocking their view.

However, the boys who moved to Casa Amore last year did say they could hear the girls laughing in the original villa, as the sound can carry over the few hundred metres between both properties.

Its two large roof terraces give the randy Islanders plenty of space and privacy to get to know each other – while the panoramic views of the beautiful Mediterranean countryside are sure to spark romance.


Casa Amore is based near the pretty village of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar in the north east of Mallorca. It was built in 2012 on empty farmland and put on the market last year a whopping €2,900,000 – and is being re-offered for sale this summer at the same price.

Before that, the property – named Villa Alchemy – could be hired out for a cool £600 a night and could sleep up to eight people.

It was listed on Zoopla as "one of the most stylish homes to have been built in Mallorca in the last 20 years", bursting with state of the art appliances, swish design and elegant touches.


One of the biggest draws for the male Islanders last year was the outdoor hammock bed, which hangs under a canopy and swings bed and forth in the breeze – Kem Cetinay and Dom Lever immediately started practising their ‘dusting’ on it as soon as they spotted it.

It’s surrounded on all sides by lush greenery with fairy lights strung across it at night, to really get the Islanders in the mood for lurve.

And there’s even a park outside for them to escape to when they don’t fancy a dip in the heated pool, where they can wander among the olive groves, vegetable garden and the geometrically planted orange and lemon trees.


When it was listed on Zoopla, the villa’s description made it sound like paradise.

"From the moment you drive through its electric gates, you soon realize that you are leaving the real world behind, in favour of a peaceful atmosphere of calm and tranquility," read the particulars.

"The house enjoys total privacy in an area of outstanding natural beauty, and with the picturesque village of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar only 3km away.

"The main salon has a shimmering open flame gas fire, its large sliding glass panels open onto the pool (14x4m) and the many terraces with different raised and sunken sun bathing areas."

It went on: "Adjacent to the pool is the striking geometric garden of oranges and lemons, which make for a lovely evenings stroll, as the oleander and rosemary scented hedges begin their assault on your senses.

"The kitchen was designed by Boffi and boasts a host of top appliances.

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"Each of the generous bedrooms provides its own designer bathroom en-suite, with appliances by Duravit and striking art work from Helmet Newton."

It added: "Furthermore, each has floor to ceiling windows that can be slid away to ensure there is no barrier between the user and the outside landscape.

"Upstairs are two large roof terraces, as well as a master suite with its own two balconies, and individually set mode light settings, safe and open plan bathroom with free standing bath and separate shower.

"The house has been carefully designed to allow the wonderful Mediterranean breezes to flow through, keeping it pleasantly cool even in the peak of the summer months.

"For those clients looking for somewhere unique, stylish and above all calm and chic, the house offers a magical opportunity."

*Love Island continues tonight at the new time of 9.15pm on ITV2

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