10 Ways to make your holiday in Ibiza more sustainable by Ibiza Preservation

1. Plan your journey:
Explore no-fly options such as train + ferry, if practical. Choose accommodation and activities that are environmentally friendly and use energy, water and other resources responsibly. Calculate and offset the total CO2 emissions from your trip via  www.ibizasostenible.com/co2-ciudadanos.

2.Getting around:
Help us cut pollution by walking, cycling and using public transport to get around wherever possible. If you need to hire a car, choose an electric vehicle. (P.S. You can also check the island’s air quality using Google Maps’ new in-app tool.)

3.Save Water:
Ibiza suffers from severe water shortages. Opt for short showers instead of baths and turn the tap off when washing up or brushing teeth. If staying in a hotel, hang up & reuse towels to avoid generating unnecessary washing.

4.Ditch the plastic:
Bring a refillable water bottle and some reusable bags for your shopping. Buy loose fruit & veg to cut down on plastic wrapping. Request your drinks be served without a straw.

5.Manage your waste properly:
Please clean up after yourself! Always separate your waste and deposit it in the correct recycling containers.

6.Attention smokers!:
Don’t throw your cigarette butts on the ground and especially don’t stub them out in the sand at the beach; they can take 10 years to degrade and release harmful toxins into the environment.

7.Safeguard our biodiversity:
Respect the local environment by ensuring you don’t walk over protected areas like sand dunes and taking nothing of the island’s flora and fauna home except photos. If you see a turtle or its eggs at the beach please don’t touch them and call 112 straight away.

8.Protect Posidonia:
This underwater plant is not seaweed but a type of seagrass! It absorbs 15 times more CO2 than the Amazon rainforest and keeps our waters crystal clear. Anchoring boats in the meadows is illegal and the damage caused by it takes centuries to repair.

9.Cut the chemicals:
Choose an eco-friendly sunscreen; it reduces pollution in the water and is much friendlier to our marine life.

10.Respect the island and choose local:

Educate yourself about the island’s culture and traditions and always treat its people and customs with. respect. Support Ibiza’s farmers by visiting markets and farm shops and discovering some of the delicious local produce on offer. More info at ibizaproduce.org.

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Ricardito is a genius and important Cuban music figure, as well as an international reference in the Latin music scene. In his 40-plus years long career, he has shared the stage with the heavyweights: Celia Cruz, Bebo Valdés, Los Panchos, María Dolores Pradera, or El Puma.

After performing around the globe, he set foot on the island in 93, intending to play a couple of gigs at the legendary Teatro Pereyra, but when he crossed paths with his now-wife, Maria, who is the reason that 25 years later – and a few boleros in between – has kept him here gracing us with his music at our little Mediterranean Habana.

Ricardito considers himself 110% Cuban, even though he declares himself a huge lover of the island and its customs. Since 2018, a true love story has blossomed between Cubanito and this grand artist and human being, delighting us with his superb performances and could only be culminated by paying homage to him in the form of a room with his name on it. Here Ricardito feels completely at home, and Cubanito comes to life thanks to his art.

Thank you for everything, let’s continue to dance with your ritmo sabrosón!

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Grand Paradiso Artists

Grand Paradiso Artists

Another year, another dream come true. Grand Paradiso opens its doors, with the help of all the audiovisual artists that bring it to life. “The Movie Hotel” is a love letter to cinema and all forms of visual art.

For this reason, we’ve wanted to surround ourselves with creatives who dominate the 7th art, one of our favorite art forms. Our three grand Suites pay homage to four artists that have always inspired our conceptual briefings and are a timeless source of style inspiration for us: Pedro Almodóvar, Wes Anderson and David Lynch.

Amongst these three important figures, we’re collaborating with national and international artists that have hopped on board this project that will result in a very special tribute to them in the form of hotel suites. This also means that their work will become a part of our decorative imagery.

We have the pleasure of collaborating with home grown names like the Little Spain collective; the production company specialized in commercial spots and music videos, lead by Santos Bacana, Cris Trenas and María Rubio, who blew up when working with C. Tangana’s visual assets for “El Madrileño” in 2020. Another artist collective that we had to scout were CANADA. The production company that half the globe wants to work with has its base in Barcelona, London and LA. Responsible for music videos such as Rosalia’s “Motomami”, Dua Lipa’s “Love Again” or Rigoberta Bandini’s “Perra”.

At the forefront of this collective, we have Chlöe Wallace, photographer, and art director, Virgili Jubero, photographer and director of music videos such as ‘La canción que no quiero cantarte’ by Amaia o ‘Hula Hoop 8000’ by Monarchy. Bárbara Farré, who directed Nawja Nimri’s ‘Muñequita Linda’ music video and Nur Casadevall, art director specialized in commercial spots who’s client’s include Tous, Violeta or Film Dance.

Two brothers who didn’t want to miss out on taking part in this great adventure- and we’re so grateful for it- were Los Hermanos Polo. The Valencian film directors whose style marries perfectly with that of Concept, sharing a love for pastel colors and American culture. Their highly acclaimed movie repertoire includes gems like the short films ‘The Mystery of the Pink flamingo’ ‘El Ascensor’, ‘The Border’ or ‘El Olivo Amarillo. 

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Paradiso Art Hotel never ceases in its quest to surprise and tell you all about what’s going on at the artiest hotel on la Isla Bonita, take note.


The urban artist Grems is already a house name at Adda Gallery, led by Anna Dimitrova. After numerous Solo Shows in Adda Gallery Paris and Ibiza, the French artist returns to Paradiso Ibiza Art Hotel to leave his recognizable mark, that you’ll be able to behold on one of the side walls of the hotel, where he’s left his signature colorful compositions that trademarks his identity.. Grems uses grafitti as a base in each piece that defies the rules of this discipline, decomposing them, making that particular style his own, describing it as “return to origin”: Absctract expressionism.


“La la land” is the place where this charismatic and multifaceted artista lives, full of color and energy from head to toe, has come to stay – in the form of a very special mirror- for some time in our foyer before entering our gallery. Lover of shapes and colors, this catalonian artista has developed he ron imagery, that comes from her inner world and curiosity about the female form, human relations, forms and pigments. Not your ordinary mirror, which evidently reflects much more than what first meets the eye. Available for purchase.


This multi-dimensional artist that started immortalizing the craziest moments at the iconic Manumission parties, has his own room at Paradiso Art Hotel and his artwork dotted around the most emblematic locations of the island. “Driver UP” is the name of the sculpture that will decorate one of the corners of the hotel, inspired by the Aquarius era, where human metamorphosis and spiritual awakening are at their peak. The structure represents the busto f a woman, made from metal and fiberglass, holding a a diver’s helmet that she seems to want to free herself from. Available for purchase.

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