Suspended on a rocky outcrop on the Greek island of Mykonos, Paradise Beach Club sports on hell of a view. Named after the beach over which it hangs, the club was born in the summer of 1969 and fast became a meeting point for hippie youngsters, business tycoons and Hollywood stars looking to dance all-night-long on the sand.
Since then, Paradise has continued to attract a steady stream of locals and tourists to the island, with the club integrating an enormous three-level VIP section behind the DJ booth — complete with sun loungers, private bars and a glittering view of the Aegean sea — thanks to growing demand from cashed up European jet-setters in the summer.
Line-up wise it's all about EDM at Paradise, with Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, W&W, Fedde Le Grand and Canadian duo DVBBS all spinning at the mega-club in the last twelve months. There's also a slamming Function One soundsystem, an impressive laser light show and banks of huge LED screens pitched around the dancefloor — EDM lovers, this one's for you!