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Where is the Love Island Villa located and how much is it worth? Here is everything you need to know.
Maya Jama is heading to South Africa alongside some familiar Love Islanders who are hoping to have another shot at love on the show. After the success of the Love Island Games last year, fans will be hoping this All Stars series will be just as entertaining.
An important part of Love Island is its gorgeous Villa, which will act as home for the Islanders as they begin their quest to find their perfect partner. The iconic Hideaway, firepit and make-up room will be back, but what does the rest of the Villa look like?
Where is the Love Island All Stars villa? Here is everything you need to know.
The Love Island All Stars Villa is located in South Africa, situated between a mountain range and wine-valley.
According to the MailOnline, the Love Island All Stars Villa is worth a whopping £1.2million and features three swimming pools, a state-of-the-art gym, and of course, a hideaway.
This year the Villa has undergone a significant transformation which has included some fresh paint work and the inclusion of funky light fixtures throughout the property.
The Hideaway has had a make-over with green tiling and pink furnishings throughout the room, with the legendary line 'Doing Bits' adorning the wall.
The shared bedroom is back with a gold motif, matching the All Stars theme.
This year's cast features former Islanders, Georgia Harrison, Chris Taylor, Toby Aromolaran, Kaz Kamwi, Georgia Steel, Anton Danyluk, Hannah Elizabeth, Jake Cornish, Liberty Poole, Demi Jones, Luis Morrison and Mitchel Taylor.
There are certain to be some bombshells entering the Villa which will cause a stir.
Rumours have been swirling that Tom Clare from the 2023 winter series of Love Island, and Sophie Piper, from the 2020 winter season, will be making an appearance on the show at a later date.