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Discover the real Love Island

 

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – Love Island is back! Let’s see if Majorca is as extra as it seems on screen…

Don’t know about you, but we plan on following every wake-up, every break-up and every make-up as the series plays out under the sizzling Majorcan sun!

But want to know if Majorca really is all skimpy tops and chiselled six packs right now? Us too. So c’mon, let’s take a look… after all, this island’s just our type (on paper anyway)!

Oh, and ever wondered what it would be like to holiday on the real Love Island? Enter our competition at the end of this post for a chance to win tickets to the Love Island Live Final!

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Yes, there are glitzy villas…

Take Casa Mir for example. This stunning three-bedroom villa is nestled in the hills above picturesque Puerto Pollensa with views that’ll wow. It’s split over four levels and is located on the super exclusive El Vilar private estate. The highlights? Well the private pool is nothing short of amazing, oh and there’s an entertainment room too. Could this be your very own Casa Amor?

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But affordable hotels too!

Don’t be mugged off by huge hotel bills, there are plenty of fab places to stay that won’t break the bank. Lively Magaluf for starters. There are Bali beds, so that’s us sold, but it’s also in an unbeatable location for the neon lit nightlife of Magalluf.

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You can dine at Michelin-starred restaurants…

It’s not unusual for the islanders to be sent to a super swish restaurant for a romantic meal for two. And, if you’ve got the money for it, you’ve got eight Michelin-starred restaurants to choose from on this idyllic isle. The dreamy village of Deia might be small, but it’s big news on the fine dining scene – try two-starred Es Racó d’es Teix for Majorcan flavours with a modern twist.

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Or hunt down hidden gems

If teeny tiny tapas joints are more your bag, then head to the cobbles of Alcudia Old Town for traditional restaurants galore. Head away from the main streets and venture up the enchanting little alleyways for pocket-sized eateries dishing up little local treasures for a fraction of the price!

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You can go out out…

Magalluf’s got more bars than the islanders have had snogs (and trust us, that’s a lot.) There’s The Strip with all the pubs and bars that you could wish for, or if you’re after a big night out, it doesn’t get much better than the famous BCM Planet Dance – Majorca’s biggest club.

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Or all out!

Along Magalluf’s beachfront promenade you’ll find all the laid-back lounge bars, where it’s more Bali beds and cocktails than sticky floors and shots! Nikki Beach, Zhero Boathouse and Oceans Beach Club are three to try if you’re after chilled-out vibes and don’t mind paying the price.

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So, whether you’re after the Love Island life, or prefer to live like a local, you’re sure to find your match here in Majorca.

Did we mention we’re giving away 5 pairs of tickets to the Love Island Live Final? Yep, and we’re throwing in a VIP 7-night hotel stay at Melia South Beach Hotel for each of our lucky winners too! Extra!

Posted: 4th Jun 2019.

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