Flamenco in Granada

Flamenco shows in Granada take place in the caves of Sacramonte. Most guidebooks warn against visiting the touristy “shows” or tablaos on the grounds that they’re not genuine. Feedback from our customers is generally positive and provided you go along aware that you’re attending a tourist show you’ll enjoy a good night out .

You’ll find information at your hotel reception, and often you’ll be collected and taken to the venue.

Sala Alhambra

The Sala Alhambra (Parque Empresarial Olinda, Edif. 12) provides transport from your hotel. Performances begin at 22:15h and you can either have dinner or just a drink with the show.

Zambra de María La Canastera

Located at Sacramonte, 89, this is one of the classic flamenco cave performances. You are collected at your hotel at 21:00h and taken on a tour of the Moorish Albayzin area before arriving at the cave where you can have a drink and enjoy the artists at work.

Zambra Gitana La Rocio

At Camino de Sacramonte, 70, also offer a pre-performance tour beginning at 21:30h followed by a show with drink in Las Cuevas de La Rocio. The floodlit Alhambra Palace can be seen in the background.

Zambra Gitana de Los Tarantos

Los Tarantos (Sacramonte, 9) provide transport from your hotel at 19:30h to the restaurant Tendido 1 located at the city’s bullring. After dinner you will take a stroll around the Albayzin district before heading to Las Cuevas de Los Tarantos for the flamenco show with drink.

Taller de Arte Vimaambi

Every Friday and Saturday this flamenco workshop at Cuesta de San Gregorio, 30-38, in the lower Albaicin presents authentic flamenco which attracts widespread local support.

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