You can have your own Love Island Casa Amor getaway – with stunning Majorca villas from £29pp a night

You can have your own Love Island Casa Amor getaway – with stunning Majorca villas from £29pp a night


WITH Love Island finally back on our screens, we’re all feeling a little envious of the luxury villa – so why not go stay at your very own Casa Amor?

The Spanish island of Majorca isn’t just home to the new set of islanders – it’s also got a handful of stunning luxury pads sleeping up to 32 people.

With private pools, stunning views and large terraces for coupling up, you can have an authentic Love Island experience without even switching on your TV.

While you can't stay Casa Amor yourself, the villas are just as luxurious.

Even better, Majorca is on the UK's green list for travelling, so Brits can visit without having to quarantine back in the UK (although unvaxxed Brits will need a Covid test).

Here are some of the best villas available right now with Vrbo which you can book with your friends and family.

Finca Son Pages, Manacor – £29pppn

Nestled in Manacor, a town on the east of the island, Finca Son Pages comes kitted out with a luxe swimming pool, 12 bedrooms sleeping up to 32 people, stunning Mediterranean furnishings and a long stony drive – perfect for that dramatic villa entrance.

The property offers panoramic sea and mountain views, with a sunny south-facing terrace and plenty of room inside to escape the heat at 9,688 sq ft.

It’ll set you back an average of £918 a night – which works out at just £29 per person per night.

Son Burgues, Petra – £44ppn

If you’ve got a bit more money to play with, a sprawling stately home in Petra might be your type.

The huge property boasts 13 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and can sleep up to 24 people.

Located on the outskirts of the town, the home offers incredible views over the island, a large private pool and tanning area and warm interior with a wood design.

With a view from the pool of the house’s stone arches and pillars, it even resembles the Love Island pad.

The villa costs an average of £1,056 a night – £44 a head per night if at full capacity.

Boquer Deluxe, Puerto Pollensa – £70pppn

If you’re looking for something a little cosier, there’s a four-bedroom villa overlooking the bay of Puerto Pollensa that could tick all the boxes.

The incredible modern pad makes full use of the sea view, with a stunning wooden terrace and floor-to-ceiling windows, plus an al fresco dining area.

The property can sleep eight people – ideal for a summer of love for four happy couples.

It costs an average of £559 to book per night, setting each visitor back £70 each.

Santa Posa villa – £41pppn

If you fancy getting a bit closer to the action, a beach-front villa in Santa Ponsa might be just the ticket.

Situated just a few minutes’ walk from the beach, bars, clubs and restaurants, the four-bedroom pad is perfect for party-goers.

Decorated in neutral tones, the property also offers a tranquil setting for a getaway with a gorgeous private pool, dedicated sun bed area and even its own peaceful garden.

It can sleep up to nine people and costs an average of £371 a night – £41 a head.

Casa Misser, Algaida – £92pppn

Finally, in what could serve as the new Casa Amor to get hot and heavy this summer, Casa Misser is a stunning 6,458 sq ft cottage with 14 bedrooms, sleeping up to 29 people.

The complex is surrounded by terraces and gardens, and has three separate homes – perfect to sneak off for some private time.

The large private pool is the ultimate meeting place, kitted out with sun loungers and even a Love Island-esque outside bed.

There’s no fire pit for coupling up but plenty of space for a BBQ on a hot summer's evening.

The Algaida-based property comes with a hefty price tag of £18,730 a week – but it works out at just £92 per person a night at full capacity.

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