It’s not often that a heartthrob falls in love with a place rather than a person, but that’s exactly what happened with one of Hollywood’s most eligible bachelors. Actor and musician Robert Pattinson grew up in London and fell in love with the lush green countryside of the UK’s most famous rural island. He immediately proposed to his girlfriend, FKA Twigs, and the couple were married in May 2017. Their home is a dreamy blend of English country living and urban chic, art and design — both the designer Thom Browne and the landscape architect Michael Hurd embody Robert and Twigs’ ideal marriage.

Now, Pattinson has revealed he’s fallen for another idyllic beach getaway — this time, in the form of a tiny villa surrounded by palm trees, white sand, and azure seas. While promoting his new documentary, Great Barrier Reef, the actor talked about his new found love for the island of Kauai. “It’s the most beautiful place in the world,” he exclaimed. “I would love to live there. And I can. For a fortnight.”

The Villas On Kauai

We know what you’re thinking: a beach wedding, poolside reception, and tropical honeymoon for one of Hollywood’s hottest couples. But wait! There’s more.

As well as wedding bells, the couple are also busy planning their first holiday together as a married couple and have set a date for their honeymoon: October 18th, 2018.

Pattinson’s rep has confirmed that the actor is looking into the feasibility of renting one of Kauai’s luxurious villas for a couple of weeks. For those looking to replicate the actor’s ideal wedding or honeymoon, the villa-rental market on the island is already bustling.

Luxury villas are the perfect base for a couple wanting to explore the island’s beauty. The properties feature large bedrooms, well-stocked kitchens, and outdoor spaces perfect for chilling, reading, or romantic tête-à-têtes. Some of the villas even come with their very own butler or nanny.

On the other hand, less luxury and more rustic villas are available for those looking to live a little less luxuriously. These smaller holiday homes feature just one or two bedrooms, rudimentary kitchens, and outdoor spaces ideal for pitching a tent or building a sun shower.

Kauai: Stunning Beach And Surrounding Islands

Kauai is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, drawing visitors from near and far. The island’s star turn is unquestionably its magnificent beaches, which draw inspiration from the golden sands of Spain’s Southern Coast. But Kauai’s crystal-clear waters are also breathtaking, as is its lush landscape, which features tropical rainforest and volcanic landscapes.

Tourists flock to the island to take a dip in the warm waters which lap at the coastline or lounge on one of its many pristine white beaches. But there’s so much more to this paradise than just beautiful beaches. Surrounding islands offer adventurous travelers a taste of America’s far south, while the interior of the island is a green sanctuary for hikers, nature lovers, and animals. Biodiversity experts have estimated that there are around 230 different species of birds on the island, as well as 130 species of insects. Moreover, the island is also home to a wide range of plant and animal life, including endangered species.

Many people are aware of the dangers posed by climate change to the world’s oceans. The water is rising, and many coastal cities are at risk of being underwater in the near future. The good news is that those living in island getaways like Kauai can mitigate their impact on the environment by recycling and conserving. The island’s motto, “Zero Waste”, encourages those living there to reduce their carbon footprint and minimize their dependence on plastic.

The future of our planet rests in our hands, and it’s time to start acting responsibly. Luckily for us, some of Hollywood’s brightest stars have taken the lead on this issue and are making a positive difference. Last but not least, Kauai is home to a rich history that dates back to the 1700s. Settlers from Britain, Ireland, and Germany founded the island’s capital, which today is a bustling metropolis known for its festivals, galleries, and excellent restaurants.