Flamenco Shows in Granada

Flamenco Shows in Granada

Cueva de La Rocio features two different caves plus a large outdoor terrace.

Los Jardines de Zoraya enjoys a privileged location in the historic Albaicín neighborhood.

El Templo del Flamenco is one of the most spacious flamenco caves in Granada.

Casa del Arte Flamenco is located in the center of Granada just a few meters from Plaza Nueva.

Cuevas Los Tarantos is located in a former cave home in the Sacromonte quarter.

Venta El Gallo is located in the historic Sacromonte quarter of Granada.

Zambra de María La Canastera is in the former cave home of a well known flamenco family.

Tablao La Alboreá is located in the heart of Granada adjacent to the famous Plaza Nueva

The Tablao Flamenco Albayzin is located at the top of the Albaicín quarter of Granada.

Venta Luciano is located in the coastal town of Almuñécar in the province of Granada.

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Granada

We offer reservation services for flamenco shows in Granada. For each establishment we offer a brief description, details such as the size of the venue, length of performance, services, as well as photos.

Granada's main attraction is the Alhambra which, perched along the hills above the city, is one of the most impressive palaces in the world. The Cathedral and the culinary tradition of free tapas in many bars are also popular with visitors. In the Albaicin quarter, tea houses and shops with Moroccan goods are frequented by locals and tourists alike. And with the Sierra Nevadas behind the city there are plenty of mountain towns to explore. Granada is also famous for its own style of flamenco - Zambra - which comes from the caves of Sacromonte. This is often referred to as a family style of flamenco, perhaps for its tradition of being performed during gypsy weddings.