Love Island’s luxurious villa is located in the northeast of Majorca

The hit ITV2 reality show has caused a 34.6 per cent spike in preference for the Spanish island for a dream holiday. 

Love Island’s luxurious villa, where contestants couple up and break up over the course of seven weeks, is located in the northeast of Majorca. 

It’s only 20 minutes from beachside resorts and an hour from the capital Palma. 

The enormous property sits near the village of Sant Llorenc des Cardassar. 

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Love Island on ITV has caused a surge in racy Majorca holidays

Since the show began on June 5, Majorca has become significantly more attractive for Britons. 

That’s the finding of Coca-Cola’s Share A Coke campaign, which offers customers a chance to win a holiday to their dream destination. 

The names of 75 ideal holiday locations are pasted on Coca-Cola bottles this summer. 

Those who purchase a bottle can enter to win their dream holiday, and Majorca has gained extreme popularity since Love Island began.

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Love Island: ITV2’s sex and love reality show is located in a villa in northeast Majorca

Coca-Cola has received over a third more entries for Majorca in its dream holiday for four people competition, which ends on July 9. 

Other popular locations include Hawaii, Bali, Ibiza and Miami. 

Majorca has long been favoured by boozy Britons on holiday, but the island is in the midst of a makeover. 

Authorities are cracking down on unruly tourist behaviour with 64 new laws introduced this summer.

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Love Island has caused a 34.6 per cent spike in preference for Majorca as a dream holiday

They range from ‘minor’ – which carries a €100 to €599 fine – to the ‘very serious’ which can land a fine of a whopping €3,000.

Some of the minor offences involve drinking directly from the shower, using shower gel in public showers or climbing trees.

But the changes haven’t deterred many holidaymakers, who have already been caught on camera engaging in wild acts. 

Two young women were filmed in Magaluf at the weekend with no clothes on and earlier this month a group of 18 men were fined for running naked through the street in broad daylight. 

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