Love Island: Inside £2.5m Casa Amor with sneak peak of never-before-seen rooms

It has caused some of the most dramatic moments on this four seasons of Love Island to date. 

And now Casa Amor is on the market for a staggering £2.5 million, a rare sneak peek at the villa's never-before-seen rooms that didn't make it to TV has been granted. 

This time around, ITV2 show bosses have chosen a different Mallorcan property to house the antics, and have pledged the Casa Amor section of the 2019 series will 'help romance and not cause strife' amid concerns over the negative impact on contestants' mental health in previous years. 

Drama: Now Love Island's Casa Amor is on the market for a staggering £2.5 million, a rare sneak peek at the villa's never-before-seen rooms that didn't make it to TV has been granted

Drama: Now Love Island's Casa Amor is on the market for a staggering £2.5 million, a rare sneak peek at the villa's never-before-seen rooms that didn't make it to TV has been granted 

Viewers of the dating show will be familiar with the 14 x 4m pool which is revamped with an added flourish of brightly coloured furnishings.  

But the enormous pad, in Sant Llorenç in south-eastern Mallorca, has been stripped back and kitted out with sleek and modern details. 

The secluded villa is described as a 'tree lined driveway bordered by a vineyard and other trees including olive trees and tall cypress trees'.

While Islanders rarely leave the villa - fans may recognise the beautiful scenery of the vineyards from Megan Barton-Hanson and Eyal Booker's wine tasting date on last year's show. 

Drama: Love Islanders are sent to the second villa to be shake things up between the couples, but ITV2 show bosses have chosen a different Mallorcan property to house the antics this time around (pictured Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt)

Drama: Love Islanders are sent to the second villa to be shake things up between the couples, but ITV2 show bosses have chosen a different Mallorcan property to house the antics this time around (pictured Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt)

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Sprawling: The secluded villa is described as a 'tree lined driveway bordered by a vineyard and other trees including olive trees and tall cypress trees'

Sprawling: The secluded villa is described as a 'tree lined driveway bordered by a vineyard and other trees including olive trees and tall cypress trees'

Stylish: The enormous pad, in Sant Llorenç in south-eastern Mallorca, has been stripped back and toned down with modern details and furnishings throughout

Stylish: The enormous pad, in Sant Llorenç in south-eastern Mallorca, has been stripped back and toned down with modern details and furnishings throughout 

Beautiful: The luxurious villa is lined with a vineyard, olive groves and cypress tress

Beautiful: The luxurious villa is lined with a vineyard, olive groves and cypress tress

Look familiar? While Islanders rarely leave the villa - fans may recognise the beautiful scenery of the vineyards from Megan Barton-Hanson and Eyal Booker's wine tasting date on last year's show (pictured)

Look familiar? While Islanders rarely leave the villa - fans may recognise the beautiful scenery of the vineyards from Megan Barton-Hanson and Eyal Booker's wine tasting date on last year's show (pictured)

A pool with modern stonework sits in the garden with sun-loungers that the Islanders relaxed on during the day, and outdoor seating that they gathered around at night. 

The kitchen is never shown on TV as the contestants are provided their meals and they only use one bedroom. 

The villa actually has four spacious bedrooms each with their own en suite.

It also has two balconies, two roof terraces, and a master suite with an enormous bathroom and hot tub.

Enormous: The villa actually has four spacious bedrooms each with their own en suite

Enormous: The villa

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