Flamenco Shows in Málaga

Flamenco Shows in Málaga

Kelipé

Kelipé

Málaga

90 min

4.8 (214 reviews)
from  
35.00 €
Alegría Flamenco y Gastronomía

Alegría Flamenco y Gastronomía

Málaga

60 min

4.9 (8068 reviews)
from  
25.00 €
El Gallo Ronco

El Gallo Ronco

Málaga

60 min

4.1 (2511 reviews)
from  
25.00 €
Teatro Flamenco Málaga Club

Teatro Flamenco Málaga Club

Málaga

60 min

4.9 (235 reviews)
from  
24.65 €
Antojo Flamenco Málaga

Antojo Flamenco Málaga

Málaga

70 min

4.1 (279 reviews)
from  
27.00 €
Taberna Pepe Lopez

Taberna Pepe Lopez

Torremolinos (Málaga)

60 | 90 min

4.4 (562 reviews)
from  
30.00 €
Tablao Iñaki Beach

Tablao Iñaki Beach

Torremolinos (Málaga)

60 min

4.5 (69 reviews)
from  
29.90 €
Andalusian Night

Andalusian Night

Torremolinos (Málaga)

270 min

4.5 (197 reviews)
from  
70.00 €
Flamenco Benalmádena

Flamenco Benalmádena

Benalmádena (Málaga)

60 min

5 (5 reviews)
from  
25.00 €
Flamencópolis

Flamencópolis

Benalmádena (Málaga)

90 min

4.8 (17 reviews)
from  
40.00 €
Restaurante Tipi Tapa

Restaurante Tipi Tapa

Fuengirola (Málaga)

60 min

4.2 (1126 reviews)
from  
25.00 €
Flamenco Marbella

Flamenco Marbella

Marbella (Málaga)

60 min

4.9 (87 reviews)
from  
30.00 €
Flamenco Abierto

Flamenco Abierto

Vélez-Málaga (Málaga)

60 min

4.8 (108 reviews)
from  
15.00 €
El Rincón del Arte

El Rincón del Arte

Torrox (Málaga)

45 | 75 min

4.5 (39 reviews)
from  
15.00 €
El Burro Blanco

El Burro Blanco

Nerja (Málaga)

75 min

4.5 (233 reviews)
from  
20.00 €
Mi Caseta

Mi Caseta

Estepona (Málaga)

90 min

4.6 (127 reviews)
from  
45.00 €
Noche Flamenca

Noche Flamenca

Estepona (Málaga)

60 min

4.5 (415 reviews)
from  
60.00 €
Ronda Flamenca

Ronda Flamenca

Ronda (Málaga)

75 min

4.9 (102 reviews)
from  
20.00 €

Considered the capital of the Costa del Sol, the city of Malaga and the surrounding quaint coastal towns of the region offer a relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere steeped in history. The city of Malaga features a charismatic old town, the new Picasso Museum and the Alcazaba Palace on the hills above. The province includes some of Spain's most popular beaches, while the charming mountain villages behind them are popular for their tranquility and charm. Many Andalusian traditions thrive in this part of the country including the art of flamenco, which has deep roots in the province of Malaga.