There’s a new mystery at play on Netflix in Welcome to Eden and the island setting has viewers wondering where the series was filmed.
We reveal where Welcome to Eden was filmed, including specific spots that created the perfect shot, as well as provide an episode guide to the series.
Created by Joaquín Górriz and Guillermo López, the Spanish thriller Welcome to Eden (Bienvenidos a Edén) stars Amaia Aberasturi, Berta Castañé, Albert Baró, Lola Rodríguez, and more, following five young influencers who are invited to a party on a secret island that isn’t what it seems.
Where was Welcome to Eden filmed?
Welcome to Eden was primarily filmed in the production’s native Spain, in and around Puerto del Carmen, Barcelona, San Sebastián, and Teruel.
Principle photography for the series began in February 2021 and wrapped in May of the same year, allowing a year for post-production and reshoots.
Directors Daniel Benmayor and Menna Fité shared time at the helm and the streaming platform is still to report if the thriller will return for a second season.
The Welcome to Eden crew took advantage of Puerto del Carmen, located in the Canary Islands, and the town’s coastal scenery, with the Playa Chica beach used for several important sequences.
Barcelona’s architecture was also on show in the series, particularly the artistic influence of the capital Catalonia.
Teruel, located in the community of Aragon, was also visited, in addition to the city of Donostia–San Sebastián, located in Basque.
Welcome to Eden episode guide
Welcome to Eden has eight episodes included in its Season 1 run, with each installment lasting between 40-45 minutes.
The show premiered May 6, 2022, on Netflix with all eight episodes dropping at the same time.
Below we have shared the episode titles in order to help navigate your binge watch: