I went to Es Paradis for the grand opening of the fiesta del agua. It is SO amazing. Definitely one of my club highlights. Get more info at
"It's Heaven on Earth", that's the translation of one of the most famous clubs in Ibiza. It is located in a giant pyramid builiding clearly seen from miles away who's roof opens at times to let natural sunlight in for the plants inside.. Not only is the outside goreous, but also the interior. Packed with brilliant architecture and foliage, this club offers an experience like no other. While Es Paradis is a favorite, they are most known for their Fiesta Del Agua (Water Party).
Price: 25-40 Euro
Monday: Essential Grooves - Music from back in the old skool days.
Tuesday: Extreme Euphoria vs. Tidy - Hard house played tuesday for those of us not as much into the funky stuff.
Wednesday: DJ Sammy & Fiesta Del Agua (Water Party) - Very late in the night (or very early in the morning) fountains open and fill the dance area up with water. People are swimming and dancing in a water. Amazing!
Thursday: Twice as Nice - Hip Hop, R&B, Garage, D&B, and some older club classics.
Friday: Pukka up! - House Music Night
Saturday: Fiesta Del Agua (Water Party) - Very late in the night (or very early in the morning) fountains open and fill the dance area up with water. People are swimming and dancing in a water. Amazing!
Dress Code: Dress with your bathing suit on underneath.
Drive there or have a change of clothes, the taxis won't take wet people
It costs 30-40 euro to get in
the best club av eva bin ta! once the sprays are on, the pole statdiums are borin n everyones in the pool gettin the boxers of! n gals... u wana see sum 6 pacs? go there its amazing!!! by end the silk dropes and shandelers are wet through with clothes hangin from em.
a bit of the glass roof opens but not all of it like the reps make out. worth the 40 eouros but dnt take a phone and lots of muney coz ya leave ya bags in a room with all the others.
Dress Code: bikini and shorts. int day any way
We went to Es Paradis and the music was not the best, but doable.
But the surroundings in the club were great! The dancers up high above, the vines wrapped around pillars, all sorts - was a fantastic interior.
Bare in mind that this has probably changed some what since i went back in 2002.
I think this is possibly the most beautiful club I have ever been to. On the inside it is all white marble which makes it feel really cool and airy in there which is really good in the ibiza summer sun! The only down side are the steps which lead down to the dance floor. They are set out in a way which makes them difficult to see in the dark. (Yes I fell down them!)
Dress Code: There is no specific dress code most of the time but there is a policy of no effort no entry.
The main reason we visited this club was because it was FREE entrance LOL. It seems to be famous for its decoration. Well it was impressive, but not my style of decoration maybe.
The water parties are famous, but I had heard that the water gets really dirty with the people clothes LOL
First I will say that I did not make it here. I preferred the double takes of Amnesia and Pacha too much. BUT, I would do this page a disservice by not puttin up a tip on Es Paradis. Partly, this is due to its reputation as the most beautiful club on Ibiza and partly because I really did want to make it here. All I can say is that it is on the water, close to Pacha, in the Port of Ibiza. Obviously being on the water, it would seem to provide a great backdrop to party the night, or morning away.
One of my favorite clubs, 'Es Paradis' is famous for its water parties (normally held on Tuesday and Saturday nights). Some of Europes top DJ's play here. Early in the season its possible to get in free (June) but otherwise expect to pay about $30. The clubs decor is in the style of a Greek Temple, during the water parties the dancefloor floods to a depth of about a meter.
Dress Code: No shorts for males. No Swimwear for males during the water parties, but you can remove shirts.