IT’S one of telly’s most famous pads.
With its sprawling bedrooms, super-sized hot tub and iconic fire pit, the Love Island villa in Majorca is the perfect place for summer loving.
And for some of the sexy singletons who’ve called it home, all that luxury was just too hard to leave behind when their stint on the show ended.
Love Island favourites are now living in their own big-money pads – from chic London love nests and plush city apartments to massive country piles.
Raking in a fortune from brand deals, modelling contracts and their own fashion lines, they’ve kitted out their mansions with swanky accessories.
For Olivia and Alex Bowen, home is now a £1million mansion in Essex, complete with a marble kitchen, huge staircase and four-tier chandelier.
The couple, who met on the 2016 series, have been recently showing off their extensive home renovations on Instagram – including a Love Island-style outdoor fire pit.
Yet they’re far from alone in their lavishness: other show favourites have kitted out their pads with walk-in wardrobes, sunken bathtubs and even private saunas.
Here, we look at Love Islanders’ impressive homes that rival the villa itself:
Molly-Mae & Tommy’s £1.3m pad
Fans were delighted when Molly-Mae Hague gave them a long-anticipated tour of her stunning £1.3million Cheshire apartment this summer.
The 21-year-old took to YouTube to show off the luxurious pad she shares with boyfriend Tommy Fury, whom she met on last year’s Love Island.
The rented property boasts two lifts, a giant roof terrace and massive sofas.
But for Molly, it was the ensuite bathroom in her bedroom, featuring a bathtub, walk-in shower and gorgeous marble walls, that left her thrilled.
“I cannot explain to you how happy I am to have a bath. In our last place there was a sauna but no bath – what is the need for that?” she told her fans.
Molly and boxer Tommy moved into the apartment after deciding their old place in Manchester felt too “sad” following their puppy Mr Chai’s death.
It also has a spacious kitchen, with a wine cooler fitted to the breakfast bar.
And it even has a “dream” walk-in wardrobe, packed with endless racks of designer heels, backlights, and perfectly-organised make-up drawers.
The couple are still hunting for a house they can buy together.
With a rumoured worth of £2million – and with Molly recently bagging a six-figure fashion deal – they’ll no doubt have plenty to choose from.
Olivia and Alex’s £1m ‘forever home’
Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen are thought to be the richest pair Love Island has ever produced – so it’s not surprising their home is breathtaking.
The couple, who tied the knot in a lavish Essex wedding in 2018, have swapped the show’s villa for an equally jaw-dropping property in the UK.
Though they moved into the £1million pad back in February, they’ve carried out months of renovation work to make it their “forever home”.
They’ve added a touch of glam and elegance to the sprawling house, which now boasts white walls, marble surfaces and parquet floorboards.
They’ve also given their hallway a makeover, opting for grey walls, a magnificent staircase with a black banister, and a pair of ceramic vases.
Posting about the hallway on their dedicated The Bowen Home Instagram page last week, they gushed: “It’s pretty much there now maybe a few tweaks but sooo happy with how it’s evolving & feels a lot more ‘us’ now.”
The pair’s Essex pad also boasts two living rooms, a utility room and a balcony – while their high-definition telly will come in useful for watching future Love Island series.
And if the property’s interior isn’t impressive enough, there’s a rustic hot tub outside, where Olivia, 26, and Alex, 29, can get cosy and admire the scenic landscape.
Cara & Nathan’s chic mansion
They are one of Love Island’s biggest success stories.
Cara De La Hoyde and Nathan Massey have tied the knot and welcomed two children since being crowned the winners of the hit ITV show in 2016.
And they’ve also snapped up an envy-inducing family home – which they’ve made their own with personalised cushions and statement pieces.
Former glamour model and circus performer Cara, 29, first moved in with Nathan, 28, in September 2016, just months after leaving the villa.
However, it wasn’t until early 2018, when their son Freddie was a couple of months old, that the pair revealed they’d bought their own pad.
Today, the duo, reported to live in Essex, frequently flaunt their chic home on Instagram, featuring a wrought iron bed and a modern kitchen.
It also boasts a bathtub so big it has STEPS leading up to it.
Elsewhere in the property, there is plenty of wall art, striking lampshades and luxurious blankets to snuggle up in – which will be perfect for winter.
Though the couple’s home looks spacious, it might have felt a little smaller in recent months, after they welcomed second child Delilah in July.
Joe Garratt’s sprawling family estate
Joe Garratt was ditched from the Love Island villa on day 16 last year.
But the sandwich delivery man, 23, can still pretend he’s in Spain thanks to his family’s London mansion, which has its own swimming pool.
The pad also has sprawling grounds, a dressing room and a basketball hoop, while Joe’s bedroom boasts a huge double bed fit for a reality king.
Joe has set up camp at the property during the pandemic, after breaking lockdown rules by driving back to the capital from Scotland earlier this year.
He had spent three weeks at Love Island co-star Anton Danyluk’s 30-acre family estate, ‘The Ranch’, before breaking cover.
Joe fell for surfer babe Lucie Donlan, 22, during his time on the show.
The pair had a rocky ride in the villa and tried making a go of it on the outside world, but split for good in December 2019.
Jess & Dom’s idyllic Devon pile
Unlike many of their fellow Love Islanders, Jess Shears and Dom Lever don’t live near London – instead, opting for picturesque Devon.
The couple’s family home is nestled between the county’s wild moors and idyllic beach – and it’s every bit as beautiful as its surroundings.
With minimalist decor, top-of-the-range gadgets and a giant U-shaped sofa, the property will likely spark envy among their family and friends.
It even has a ‘man cave’ – much to Dom’s delight.
Showing off the pad to his 750,000 Instagram followers, the 29-year-old dad wrote: “The house is coming together more and more each day.
“I now have my ‘lads’ room.”
Jess and Dom, who share a young son, moved to Devon from Manchester because Jess, 27, grew up there and missed her loved ones.
A source close to the couple said in 2018: “Jess desperately wants to be closer to her friends and family in Devon and has felt really homesick living in Manchester.
“That’s where she’s from and it was all she knew before she found fame on the show.”
The pair, who appeared on Love Island in 2017 and later wed in secret, were said to be looking forward to trading the noise of traffic for cows.
Alexandra Cane’s Victorian apartment
Living away from home for the first time can be a scary move.
But it helps when your new pad is as stunning as Alexandra Cane’s.
The 28-year-old, who was unlucky in love during her stint on Love Island in 2018, moved into a beautiful Victorian flat in London earlier this year.
And the interior could be straight out of the pages of a luxury magazine – with neutral tones, large sash windows and decorative fireplaces.
Alexandra has even set up an Instagram page for the two-bed flat, where she keeps her followers updated with her latest purchases and ideas.
In her first post on the page in February, she gushed: “This is my first ever time living away from home… and I couldn’t be any more excited!!!”
Alexandra – whose pad also boasts long corridors, scattered woven rugs and high ceilings – considers her new home her “sanctuary”.
In July, she moaned about reports that lockdown rules had essentially made meeting with anyone outside your home to have sex illegal.
Slipping into black lace lingerie for an Instagram mirror selfie, she wrote: “So apparently it’s now illegal to have sex with anyone you don’t live with…
“Shout out to all my fellow singletons that live alone!!!”
Amber Gill’s shiny new flat
Last year’s Love Island winner Amber Gill, 23, is among the savvy stars to have become millionaires since their stints on the popular show.
The Geordie beauty therapist not only made off with half of the £50,000 prize money – but reportedly hit the £1million mark within just six weeks.
After hot-footing it to London, she snapped up a swish apartment, featuring shiny parquet floors and an open-plan kitchen with a breakfast bar.
She proudly showed off her new pad on Instagram last October, with video footage showing her smiling as she popped open a bottle of prosecco.
“Eventually I am in,” she told her 2.7million followers.
Amber, who can reportedly command up to £10,000 per sponsored Instagram post, won season five of the show with rugby hunk Greg O’Shea.
But the pair failed to go the distance, splitting just weeks later.
Before moving into her own pad, Amber had been temporarily living with villa bestie Anna Vakili, which she described as “lovely”.
“She’s been with me from the start,” she previously told HOAR.
Callum & Molly’s lockdown love nest
They’ve been isolating together in luxury.
Callum Jones and Molly Smith have only been an item a matter of months, but they’ve spent the pandemic together in their swanky Manchester pad.
And the Love Island sweethearts, who both starred on the show’s Winter 2020 series, haven’t hesitated to show off their home on social media.
Instagram snaps show them posing in their vast kitchen and stylish living room, which is kitted out with a fur-covered sofa and decadent mirrors.
The property – where they’ve been living with Molly’s parents John and Sheila – also boasts a large garden, perfect for post-pandemic parties.
Callum and Molly got together when the scaffolder, 24, famously ditched co-star Shaughna Phillips for the 26-year-old model during Casa Amor.
And Callum told HOAR in June he can imagine one day marrying Molly.
“It’s not on the cards yet but who knows,” he said.
He added: “I would definitely like kids in the future but like I said, we’ve only been together like five months, so it’s still a bit early for kids at the minute!”