Eden is the second superclub of San Antonio, which changed hands a few winters ago to Dutch owner and entrepeneur Michael van de Kuit and received a complete architectural, aesthetic and musical make-over for the 2013 season. After one year running as Gatecrasher in 2014, Eden returned to former name and management in 2015, complete with a new-look logo.
Eden has previously been home to high profile events like Pete Tong, Gatecrasher, Godskitchen and more, and back in the '90s, it was a notorious venue called the Star Club, which eventually morphed into Kaos before finally becoming Eden in the winter of 1999. Appropriating the symbol of the competition directly across the way - Es Paradis's apple - it was a signal of their intent to raise the stakes of the San Antonio clubbing scene. The close proximity has helped keep both clubs on their toes, as little more than a few metres separates their front entrance.
After its refurbishment Eden really made a mark on the San Antonio nightlife scene, also thanks to an incredibly powerful soundsystem that works especially well for more underground nights. Eden is the only place in San Antonio to enjoy quality underground house and tech on a superclub scale.
How to get there: Eden is a few minutes' walk along the bay from the centre of San Antonio, and about a 5-10 minute walk from San Antonio's major bus station, where buses run to and from Ibiza Town, or from Playa d'en Bossa during night hours only. Alternatively a cab will be around 20-25€ from Ibiza town.
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