Flamenco Shows in Málaga

Flamenco Shows in Málaga

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Kelipé is a family run cultural center and flamenco venue located in the center of Malaga.

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Tablao Flamenco Los Amayas is located in the historic city center of Málaga.

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Alegría Flamenco y Gastronomía is a restaurant with a flamenco show in the Port of Malaga.

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Taberna Flamenca Pepe Lopez is located in the coastal town of Torremolinos.

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Restaurante Tipi Tapa is located in the town of Fuengirola on Spain's famous Costa del Sol

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Flamencópolis Benalmádena takes place in the Salón Atlántico of the Hotel Estival Torrequebrada

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Flamencópolis takes place in the historic bullring, Plaza de Toros de Mijas.

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Flamenco Marbella is located in the city of Marbella within the Momo School of Arts.

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"Flamenco Abierto" is held in the town of Vélez-Málaga on the Costa del Sol.

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Mi Caseta has created a unique experience in Estepona promoting traditional popular culture.

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Ronda Flamenca offers weekly flamenco shows in the Casino and Circulo de Artistas in Ronda.

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Málaga

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

Considered the capital of the Costa del Sol, the city of Malaga and the surrounding quaint coastal towns of the region offer a relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere steeped in history. The city of Malaga features a charismatic old town, the new Picasso Museum and the Alcazaba Palace on the hills above. The province includes some of Spain's most popular beaches, while the charming mountain villages behind them are popular for their tranquility and charm. Many Andalusian traditions thrive in this part of the country including the art of flamenco, which has deep roots in the province of Malaga.