If you’re not quite ready to apply for Love Island then you might want to apply to go on BBC Three’s new travel show instead – which will see groups of friends travel around Spain together.
The channel is currently recruiting for pals who want to hit up the likes of Ibiza and Barcelona – and have their antics filmed along the way.
The show will be an “innovative documentary series” and is looking for people aged 18-25 to take part.
Groups of friends will get to travel to party islands and soak up the culture in Spain’s cities.
You need to be available for one month of filming between mid-June and August this year – perfect for students.
BBC Three controller Damian Kavanagh told Cosmopolitan: "This series is all about the excitement of that first holiday with friends and will be part coming-of-age saga, part travelogue.
"We will follow them around numerous Spanish cities to learn about relationships between young friends and observe as they immerse themselves in the best the country has on offer.
"[They'll get to check out] the culture, the shopping, the beaches and the bars.
“It will tell the story of what it means to be young and British today through the prism of exploring another culture and promises to show the different ways young people let their hair down and think about the world during their summer away from home."
You can apply by emailing your name, age, contact details and Instagram handle to [email protected].
You should also send a statement about yourself and your friends – and what you want to do on the show.
Sun Online Travel recently revealed that Turkey is outselling mainland Spain and the Canary Islands combined as Brits flock there on holiday this summer.
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