Flamenco Shows in Granada

Flamenco Shows in Granada

Cueva de La Rocio

Cueva de La Rocio

Granada

45 min

4.4 (3706 reviews)
from  
28.00 €
Los Jardines de Zoraya

Los Jardines de Zoraya

Granada

60 min

4.8 (7726 reviews)
from  
25.00 €
El Templo del Flamenco

El Templo del Flamenco

Granada

70 min

4.5 (956 reviews)
from  
30.00 €
Cuevas Los Tarantos

Cuevas Los Tarantos

Granada

60 min

4.3 (1305 reviews)
from  
27.00 €
Casa del Arte Flamenco

Casa del Arte Flamenco

Granada

60 min

4.7 (371 reviews)
from  
20.00 €
Venta El Gallo

Venta El Gallo

Granada

60 min

4.4 (1086 reviews)
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22.00 €
Zambra María Canastera

Zambra María Canastera

Granada

60 min

4.5 (488 reviews)
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24.00 €
Tablao La Alboreá

Tablao La Alboreá

Granada

70 min

4.8 (4108 reviews)
from  
18.00 €
Casa Ana

Casa Ana

Granada

60 min

4.9 (2273 reviews)
from  
20.00 €
Cueva Flamenca La Comino

Cueva Flamenca La Comino

Granada

70 min

4.8 (496 reviews)
from  
25.00 €
Palacio Flamenco Granada

Palacio Flamenco Granada

Granada

60 min

from  
20.00 €
Cueva Flamenca Los Amayas

Cueva Flamenca Los Amayas

Granada

65 min

5 (70 reviews)
from  
28.00 €
Tablao La Soleá

Tablao La Soleá

Granada

75 min

4.4 (274 reviews)
from  
30.00 €
Cueva Zincalé

Cueva Zincalé

Granada

50 min

4.4 (189 reviews)
from  
20.00 €
Tablao Flamenco Albayzin

Tablao Flamenco Albayzin

Granada

65 min

4.4 (515 reviews)
from  
23.00 €
Venta Luciano

Venta Luciano

Almuñécar (Granada)

50 min

4.5 (758 reviews)
from  
20.00 €

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.