IF you are a fan of ITV show Love Island and have €3million to spare, you can now buy the villa where the programme is being filmed.
But if that is a bit too much for you can taste the lifestyle the home has to offer for between €5,000 and €9,000 a week.
The luxury home is located on the outskirts of the municipality of Sant Llorenç on the Spanish Osland of Mallorca.
The television programme, in which a group of young men and women share a house, swimming pool and beds, supposedly in search of love, has turned it into an iconic property.
It sleeps eight people and has an impressive 14 metre swimming pool, four bedrooms, a total of five bathrooms and a fully equipped designer kitchen.
The scenes in which the contestants tan, play and flirt have been recorded next to the water, embraced by the paradisiacal views of the Mallorcan Llevant.
The exteriors of the house are also impressive. A large bougainvillea, cypresses and olive trees adorn the promenade that leads from the entrance of the estate to the portal of the house. Lawns and large terraces for rest and relaxation surround the home. In addition, the grounds of Casa Amor, a construction that was completed in 2012, include its own vineyard.
Designed by Mallorcan architect Andreu Bennàssar, the famous and luxurious house is an example of modernity and environmental commitment, as it is almost totally self-sufficient in electricity through solar panels.
The season of love Island that is now being broadcast to an average audience of 3.8 million was recorded between April and May.