Love Island weather

Right, here’s what the weather is actually like in the Love Island: All Stars villa

Are the Islanders sunbathing or shivering?

Weather in January; instantly assumed to be bleak and cold (for the UK at least) with constant precipitation and even short spells of snow. It’s often hard to imagine that other parts of the world actually see the sun, and so when we see the Islanders in their stunning bikinis and two piece sets, we shiver at the very thought sat by our electric heaters rubbing our hands together.

But let’s delve into the climate the Love Islanders are experiencing in the Love Island: All Stars villa, and whether we should envy their warmth and supply them with more bikinis and some aftersun, or send them our oodies and fluffy socks:

So, what’s the weather actually like in the Love Island: All Stars villa?

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The grand villa inhabited by the Love Island stars is the definition of catching the winter sun. The villa is called Ludus Magnus, located near Cape Town South Africa, with a reported cost of £1.2 million! The same villa was used in 2023, but has been refurbished for the show this year boasting a stunning new look which makes all of us Brits suffering from the January blues insanely jealous.

Undoubtedly the best part about staying in the southern hemisphere is the complete climatic shift; forget putting the heating on girls, because the 18 ℃ average nightly temperatures is about double, or even triple, what we expect during the day here in the UK.

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Rest assured, the tan lines are fully real; no need for St Moritz when you’re getting sunkissed. A villa full of hot flushes and wild crushes makes the Love Island experience far from mild, with tensions running higher than the recorded peak temperatures of 37 ℃ degrees in the previous week! Not a good place to forget your factor 50.

Although storms may be taking place inside the villa, outside conditions appear blissful, with the only signs of clouds to be found in the clouded judgment of the returning Islanders. A coupling of 11 hours of sunshine daily with a whopping peak UV index of 11+ is a match made in firepit heaven.

However, lets just hope the Islanders’ decision-making abilities haven’t been swayed by the average wind speeds of 14.5 mph, although that would be a fabulous justification for the constant recoupling; sorry, the wind just blew me into your lap! It cannot be helped.

So, the verdict: are the Islanders living it up in the sun? Absolutely – and we’re all jealous.

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