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Cueva Flamenca La Comino

Cueva Flamenca La Comino

4.8 (194 reviews)
4.8 (194 reviews)
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Carrera del Darro, 7 bajo, 18010 Granada (Granada) - Spain | View map
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
18:30 | 20:00 | 21:30
70 min
40 people
4 performers
4 performers
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible

About the Show

Cueva Flamenca La Comino is located in a former Arab cistern in the heart of the famous Albaicín neighborhood. Located in the legendary Paseo de los Tristes, this tablao offers a show that draws from two sources: tradition and history, as well innovation and elegance. The entire artistic team of the venue strives to respect and maintain the essence of the art of flamenco.

Cueva Flamenca La Comino is a truly magical place, because here, in the intimacy of the historic cistern, the passion and rhythms of the guitar intertwine with the zapateado and the quejío of the vocals. Because of the small size of the cave, the show takes place in a warm and exclusive atmosphere.

The visit to this tablao becomes the highlight of a trip to Granada for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Apart from the shows, there is also an exclusive selection of dishes featuring Andalusian and Mediterranean cuisine, completing a unique and balanced experience of flamenco and gastronomy from the region of Granada.


The place has a stunning atmosphere. The show was spectacularly performed by really talented and nice artists. No playback just a guitar and pure singing and dancing 🥰
We had a great time here. Staff was very welcoming. Incredible flamenco show! Loved the space as it was a very intimate setting with great views no matter where you sit. A plus was the drink included with the ticekt. Highly recommend!
An unforgettable, authentic experience. Book in advance to be allocated the best seats!
Really devastated to post this review, but I'm still thinking about it a week later and have to speak my mind. I've visited this venue at least 8 times over the last few years, even years before when it was called "Chien Andalu." It was consistently my favorite venue in all of Spain to see Flamenco because the performers were consistently incredible, and it was so small and intimate, you could always see the hands of the guitarist and the feet of the dancers. You were so close to them everyone in the audience was truly hypnotized. The drinks were good, the food was good, the atmosphere was incredible – unmatched, and not yet ruined by tourism, despite being located so close to the plaza nueva... I've been 4 times since November, in fact, and always brought my visiting guests here, but the last time I was there (Semana Santa- April 2023) they've completely rearranged the seats and nearly doubled the amount of people they fit in the cave... The stage is no longer used, but the audience sits around the long hall with these strange metal drink-stands that constantly tip over whenever anyone moves. Our eyes are no longer glued solely to the dramatic music and performers, giving everyone a perfect view, but now we're distracted by the drunk spectators in the room around us with their mobile phones and spilling drinks. The night I went, the venue crammed even MORE chairs in the cave at the last minute to accommodate truly as many people as could physically fit, then the group arrived late and was so loud and so drunk (sitting RIGHT next to the performers) that the rest of the audience had to insist on kicking them out! So disrespectful, so distracting, so heartbreaking compared to the perfect, magical show I was expecting (like the shows I had seen 7 or 8 other times there.) Even more disappointing is that we paid extra for "front row seats" which used to mean something in the old set up before everyone had "front row seats" and I was stuck in the corner, behind another person, constantly kicking the stupid drink-stand and unable to see the hands of the guitarist, as he was not facing us. The new set up means that you often have to see the back of the dancers, unable to see their facial expressions that are so important to the emotion of the show. I expressed my concern for this "front row" up-charge not being fulfilled and was not offered any refund for the extra TEN euros paid. The performers, as always, were incredible. I went this night specifically to see two of my favorites: Paco and Manuel, and was instead just filled with complete disappointment that the magic of my favorite venue in all of Spain no longer exists in the perfect way it used to exist. The performers do not receive any more compensation for the nearly doubled amount of tickets sold. The talent is still in this venue, but this was a HUGE mistake on the part of the managers and I'm leaving this review in hopes that they somehow come to their senses and bring back the small intimate stage set-up, respecting the art of flamenco and the vibe they created previously rather than letting their hunger for money and more ticket sales ruin something so magical. Or at the very least pay the artists more!!!!!!!
My first flamenco show. What a wonderful performance! The venue was very intimate and enhanced the experience. It was a treat to see such passionate performers.
Absolutely amazing and deserves its 4.9 stars. I felt like I was watching a thunder storm in dance form. And as a dancer, I can say the performers were top notch.
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