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Cuevas Los Tarantos

Cuevas Los Tarantos

4.3 (853 reviews)
4.3 (853 reviews)
from 26.00 €
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Camino del Sacromonte, 9, 18010 Granada (Granada) - Spain | View map
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
19:00 | 21:15 | 22:30
60 min
250 people
10-12 performers
10-12 performers
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible
Venue: accessible | Bathrooms: accessible

About the Show

Cuevas Los Tarantos is located within a former cave home in the Sacromonte neighborhood of Granada. Founded in 1972 by Don Jose and Dona Concepcion Martin Quesada Maya Maya, the cave was transformed into a special venue for Zambra style flamenco, typical of the region of Granada. Today the venue remains family run and now includes three different caves. The nightly flamenco shows continue to feature Zambra, the regional, family style of flamenco which at one time was reserved for gypsy weddings only. And on many nights just as the show concludes, a few lucky spectators are chosen by the dancers to get on their feet and join in the dance and celebration.

Ticket options include the flamenco show with a drink or dinner featuring traditional Granadan cuisine. The fixed price, seasonal menu includes a first and second course as well as dessert and beverage. If chosen, the option for transportation (round trip) includes pickup from city center locations (direct pickup from some hotels along the route is possible) and a brief panoramic visit to the Mirador San Nicolas with wonderful views of the Alhambra. The route follows the narrow streets of the Albayzín. This former Arab quarter includes typical Carmens, private homes in Granada with terraces that overlook the Alhambra.

Over the years many important figures from city and province have performed in Las Cuevas Los Tarantos: Luis Heredia "El Polaco", Morenito de Íllora and the singer Chonchi Heredia are just a few examples. Las Cuevas "Los Tarantos" has also enjoyed spontaneous visits from artistas such as Paquito Amaya, Vitorino de Pinos, Julio Terremoto, La Porrona, La Coneja, Bienvenido Maya y Guzmán Albea. All have come to perform and enjoy a unique venue that only a city such as Granada can offer.


The dancers were awesome, and seeing the show in a cave was so so cool. Me and my partner are on the younger side (mid twenties) and were a bit disappointed to see that the rest of the crowd was 60+. Nevertheless, was a great experience. But please please PLEASE do not get the meal with it. Absolute worst food I've had in my entire life. We have an agreement to never speak about it again.
Not worth the money (or any money). Singers and dancers were terrible. One of the dancers was so OK. (and ugly) she really couldn't lift her feet to dance. The other two were fat, ugly, with tired costumes. No attempt was made to engage with the audience. No explanation was given as to the meaning of the dances or songs (which were mainly wailing like a call to prayers only less melodic). The beer, all 7 oz's, was cold. €5 for another 7 oz's. The guitarist was ok. Overall, a rip-off and wholly disappointing experience. Europamundo is still "earning" its *- one star minus rating.
Cool show, a bit pricey and loud, bring ear protection.
A truly distinguished experience. I had been in Flamenco show in Sevilla, which was not even close to this. Authentic atmosphere in the cave, adding the professionalism of the dancers and musicians make it an unforgettable show. Tickets were €26 per person, including a drink. We went to 10:30 pm show, after having our dinner in another place, which, I believe, was a good decision.
Intimate setting for pulsating and throbbing flamenco. Two sets of four performers, including an old lady, all very skilled. Highly recommended. Admission is 30€ per person.
We went for a drinks+show ticket (second show of the night) and it was a nice experience. Seeing flamenco in a cave makes it more special and authentic. The guitarists were great. We were lucky enough to be in a not very crowded group. I would not eat there - you would go there to watch the show anyway, better to go eat before in one of the numerous proper restaurants in Granada.
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