LOVE Island has come to an end and the stars have officially moved out of the villa.
However, you could move into the former ITV2 mansion as the South Africa property is now up for rent.
Ludus MagnusCasa Amor is available to rent and it’s located 35 miles from Cape Town Airport[/caption]
Ludus MagnusThe mansion, named Ludus Magnus, offers luxury accommodation with an impressive array of facilities[/caption]
According to Booking.com, fans of the hit dating show could make themselves immediately comfortable in Casa Amor.
The mansion, named Ludus Magnus, offers accommodation with a garden, free private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace.
It features a range of water sports facilities, as well as a private beach area and barbecue facilities.
However, it will not come cheap as one night in the luxurious abode would set you back nearly £9,000 per night to stay in early March.
Meanwhile, the Love Island villa was purposely given a huge makeover by producers so it many of the fan favourite features returned when the show aired on ITV2 screens.
The Hideaway, dubbed the Hideaway Retreat, featured a cupboard “stocked up with naughty things” which producers dubbed “Fun Time”.
The glamorous space had its very own plunge pool for Islanders to get some one-on-one time in style.
This year’s instalment of Love Island, hosted by Maya Jama, 28, also had it’s very own Treehouse, which had the perfect view towards the distant mountains.
While a little difficult to access, the Treehouse offered a one-on-one space for Islanders to escape for some secret fun.
The sprawling bedroom made a return which was packed with spacious double beds.
Fort the second ever winter edition, it was given a sensual makeover with a “cheeky and saucy” theme.
The girls were treated to a larger than ever dressing room, which took over the room next to the lounge area, with plenty of getting ready space.
There was also the large bathroom which had a bath with room for two Islanders to get in at once, a perfect set up for cheeky group bathing sessions.
Like the rest of the villa, the pool makes an impact with stunning views over the South African countryside.
Surrounded by sun loungers, the outside space overlooks the vineyards and mountains beyond, as well as the iconic firepit.
It also had its own outdoor shower and of course the huge kitchen space for Islanders to cook and eat.
Ludus MagnusLove Island has come to an end and the stars have officially moved out of the villa[/caption]
Ludus MagnusThe luxury villa could set a fan back nearly £9K a night to stay in early March[/caption]
Ludus MagnusThe properties were given huge makeovers by producers before filming began for the second ever winter edition of the long running ITV2 series[/caption]
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