When does summer Love Island 2023 start? | The Sun

FOR the first time ever, Love Island fans are being given TWO series of the show.

The winter version of the hit ITV2 reality series may be over, but viewers don't have long to wait for the summer season to kick off.

When does summer Love Island 2023 start?

Fear not, there isn't long to wait until you can get your next Love Island fix.

The Sun exclusively revealed how the summer series will kick off on Monday June 5, 2023.

A source told us: “This series will be eight weeks long, meaning the couple who win the show will be in the villa for two months."

Maya Jama will return as host following her huge success on the winter version of the show.

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Who won Love Island 2022?

Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu's time in the villa was anything but a smooth ride, but they managed to win the public's hearts – and the ITV2 reality show.

The pair were crowned champs and took home the £50,000.

Ekin said at the time: "It feels so surreal finding the man of your dreams and just growing."

For the winter 2023 season Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan were crowned the winners.

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Can I still apply for summer Love Island 2023?

Applications for the summer series opened straight after the winter season ended.

The official website states that any person applying to be on Love Island must be at least 18-years-old or older.

According to the site prospective Islanders also must be able to participate in the show for a minimum of ten consecutive weeks for production.

Producers also keep applications on file for a year, meaning producers could even consider casting new singletons for future series of the show.

Where is the summer Love Island villa?

The first intake of lovelorn singles will be flown out to Majorca at the end of May 2023.

It's reported that the lucky summer Islanders will be staying in the same luxurious Majorcan villa that the 2022 contestants lived in.

The £2.57M retreat boasts a 20m swimming pool, and also features the famous firepit which is used for eliminations.

The lucky house guests also have access to an outdoor kitchen, which sits between the firepit and pool.

The previous villa – which was used from 2017 until 2021 – was also in Majorca, and can be found in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar on the East of the Island.

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