Lovia - Love island beach

The beach at Love Island

Love Island is one of the islands of the Central Nation Archipelago and one of the the state of Seven. It currently has a population of 690 people, and an area of 149.5 km².

There is one hamlet on the island, Albany.


The origin of the name is not known, but several linguists have theorised that it is derived from 'Lovia'.

In fictionEdit

The island is the setting for a surreal alternate history autobiography, the Diary of Matthew Thompson, in which the exploration of Love Island was begun on June 2, 2008 by a man called Matthew Thompson who fell overboard a vessel and washed ashore on the beach of a secluded cove, remaining there for over a year, and making contact with Lovia through a device named the Inculator.

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