The Bahamas just got a little hotter!

Leonardo DiCaprio and Nina Agdal are reportedly having a romantic getaway on the private island of Over Yonder Cay, according to Page Six.

While their reps denied that they're dating, the two sure are spending a lot of time together. The Oscar winner and Danish Sports Illustrated model were recently spotted together in Cannes, France as well as New York City and Montauk, New York.

All of this time together is not the only sign that they're together, because let's not forget that Leo has a track record of dating supermodels. Toni Garrn, Erin Heatherton and Kelly Rohrbach are just a few of the models he has dated in recent years.

Leo and Nina are not just having some fun in the sun by themselves though. They are joined on the island by a group of friends.

Florida lawyer Horst Ferrero shared an Instagram photo with Leo and wrote, "Honored and pleasure to have met you, thank you very much for joining us for Kelly's birthday."

But the honor was all Leo's too! They're vacationing in a $75,000 a night villa with a seven-night minimum stay, and there's no doubt Leo likes the island's eco-friendly ways.

The island runs on wind and solar energy with three wind turbines and 1.5 acres of solar field. Over Yonder Cay also boasts a golf course, fitness center, movie theater, boats and a staff of chefs and masseuses.

An environmental activist, Leo bought his own eco-friendly island in 2015. He bought 104 acres of Blackadore Caye off the coast of Belize with a partner.

"It was like heaven on earth," he told the New York Times. "And almost immediately, I found this opportunity to purchase an island there."

He further explained the importance of his purchase.

"With the onset of climate change, there are huge challenges, so we want the structure to not only enhance and improve the environment, but to be a model for the future," he said. "That includes restoring the island, creating conservation areas where we can hold research conferences, and regenerating the entire ecosystem to bring it back to its original form and beyond."

Homes on the island range in price from $5 million to $15 million.