See inside Love Island’s Casa Amor with all the bits you never see on TV

Love Island 's second Casa Amor plays hosts to some of the most dramatic scenes of every series and it's now on the market for around £2.5 million.

There's quite a lot we don't see on TV including a swanky living room, a vineyard and a seriously stylish modern kitchen.

The house in Majorca is in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar – right next to the Love Island villa, but it's now up for sale.

It could leave the future of Casa Amor in doubt as we still don't know whether it will feature in this series.

If you've got a spare couple of million, your hard-earned cash would get you a slice of the Love Island lifestyle.

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The sprawling property has floor-to-ceiling windows and plenty of sunbathing areas.

While it's not the main Love Island villa , Casa Amor (not its real name) also offers plenty of glamour with its lush pool, huge living areas and incredible views.

Another huge plus is that unlike the main house, the boys and new girls won't have to sleep in just one room.

There's the villa actually has four bedrooms, and can sleep up to eight people.

Casa Amor's five bathrooms and ensuites also mean there's unlikely to be any fights over the mirror.

It's not yet known whether Casa Amor will feature in this series of Love Island as producers were still considering it at the time of the launch.

It's been a wild ride so far with enough drama in the main house to go around.

Viewers will have to wait and see what happens next.

Love Island airs all week at 9pm on ITV2.

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