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Cueva de La Rocio

Cueva de La Rocio

4.4 (3335 reviews)
4.4 (3335 reviews)
from 25.00 €
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Camino del Sacromonte, 70, 18010 Granada (Granada) - Spain | View map
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
20:00 | 21:00 | 22:00
45 min
150 people
12-14 performers
12-14 performers
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible

About the Show

Located along the Camino de Sacromonte, Cueva de La Rocio features two different caves plus a large outdoor terrace with fabulous views of the Alhambra and Generalife. The flamenco shows of approximately 45 minutes include between six to eight different artists. Seating is on each side of the cave with the artists performing in close proximity. Spectators are able to see the show up close, typical of Zambra flamenco which characteristic of the region of Granada. This style can trace its origins to traditional gypsy wedding celebrations which were once held in the caves of Sacromonte.

Cueva de La Rocio was one of the first venues of its kind in the Sacromonte quarter of Granada. Founded by Don Andres Maya Fajardo and Doña Rocio Fernandez Bustamante in the early 50's, the cave remains under the direction of the Maya family, a prominent name in the world of flamenco. In recent years Cueva de La Rocio has had the pleasure of receiving many famous visitors including the First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, as well as the Kings of Spain, Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia who visited with former President of the United States, Bill Clinton.

The flamenco show in Cueva de La Rocio includes a drink or dinner. For the 22:00 show there are ticket options with transportation (round trip) and a panoramic visit, including collection from city center locations (direct pickup from some hotels along the route is possible) and a walking tour through the Albayzín, the former Arab quarter known for its narrow streets, tranquil plazas and views of the Alhambra and Generalife. The walking tour takes places either before or after the show. Currently the transport/tour option is not offered due to the pandemic situation. The option of the show with dinner includes a fixed price menu featuring typical dishes from Granada. The menu includes two courses to choose from, dessert and drink. Dining is inside one of the caves or on the terrace during the spring and summer (weather permitting).


Great show! Full of passion. It lasted for 1 hour which was just long enough. For a tourist attraction it did give the feeling of being authentic. The atmosphere was electric!
This was the first flamenco show I’ve ever experienced and I truly enjoyed the intimate experience. I was able to clearly see the performances - I enjoyed all of them as they were different from one another. The singer and guitarist were also amazing. I’m glad we attended this show! I would highly recommend to individuals who would like to see and experience an amazing flamenco show💃 We bought the ticket that gives you a drink with it as well. My fiancé and I thought it was a comparable price to other flamenco shows around - definitely worth it! Be ware that it can be very loud, if you can’t handle loud noises then it may be difficult to truly enjoy it. There was a kid who had cabling headphones and that seemed to work well.
Giving 2.5 stars out of 5 for the service and the environment. 1. The server guide that directed us to our seats obviously looked like he didn’t want to be there. I feel for him since it’s difficult to get motivated at work sometimes, but he was dismissive and rude when receiving guests and receiving orders. 2. The cave is set up in a way where if you are sitting by one of the walls towards the back, it’s likely you won’t get to see much dancing. Dancers try their best to go up and down the aisle while dancing, but if there is someone leaning forward even a little bit, you can’t see much dancing. We paid full price, but didn’t get a chance to see much dance at all.
We were lucky to find this place in the Road of Sacromonte. It was a exhilarating experience to watch this dancers and singers put so much passion into their performance! A must do in Granada!!!
ABSOLUTELY STUNNING! You probably think you know flamenco but you can't know it until you've been here and see it up close and personal with some of the best flamingo dancers in Spain. You sit very close together in a small cave and the dancers are inches away from you. I realize this is not just some romantic dance but a powerful way of communicating strong emotions. The dancers are incredibly talented, emotive, precise, energetic! They playfully interact with the audience, one of the performers taking the hat off my head and improvising a dance with it-- incredible! The level of physical skill required is breathtaking, like the fastest tap dancer you've ever seen you wonder how they can move their feet that fast. This was absolutely one of the highlights of my visit to Spain, and it could be for you, too.
No refunds! Careful, they make you pay in advance but one of our group of 4 got food poisoning and couldn't come and they don't refund. The flamenco show was good. They showed a lot of passion but all the seats are not good as you can see from one of the pictures. I had to lean in front of someone to take the others. The food is pricey, for tourists.
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