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Flamenco Venues in Spain

You can find a flamenco show on most nights in the major Spanish cities, as well as smaller cities when you move further south. Below is a short list of venues in the rest of Spain. You can book through

Flamenco Shows in Granada

Flamenco shows in Granada are famous for the Zambra style flamenco and most venues are within caves around Sacromonte or the Albayzin. El Templo del Flamenco is a recent addition in what is the largest flamenco cave in Granada. If you want to follow the footsteps of the famous you can try Cueva de la Rocio, where Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton and others have taken in a performance. Zambra Maria Canastera is one of the first caves around and perhaps the most familiar and least commercial. Cuevas Los Tarantos sits at the foot of the Camino de Sacromonte and has two caves, where the artists switch back and forth during the shows. Los Jardines de Zoraya is in the Albayzin, and offers a large outdoor terrace with a more international menu. Tablao el Albayzin is another venue on your way up to Sacromonte. Full list of flamenco venues in Granada >>


Flamenco Shows in Cordoba

Cordoba has a couple of nice places to see flamenco around the Mezquita in the juderia quarter of the city. Tablao El Cardenal is located a few doors down from the tourist office with warm weather shows in a couple of nice patios. Arte y Sabores is operated by El Macareno, a well known concert guitarist who also plays nightly. The location is a former Arab bath, making it a truly unique venue. Full list of flamenco venues in Cordoba >>


Flamenco Shows in Malaga

For Malaga city center you can check out Kelipe which is literally part of the flamenco underground, located in the basement of an alternative shopping center. In Benalmadena there is Sala Fortuna, which is a fairly elaborate (and good) flamenco production from Carmen Mota in a five star hotel. Full list of flamenco venues in Malaga Province >>


Flamenco Shows in Jerez

Jerez is known for the numerous penas flamencas where you can find a show on many nights. Aside from these cultural associations you can find flamenco shows in old bodegas in the city center in places like La Taberna Flamenca and El Laga del Tio Parrilla. La Taberna Flamenca often has lunch shows although they are seasonal. Full list of flamenco venues in Jerez >>


Flamenco Shows in Madrid

Madrid has a number of venues with nightly shows, and a wide range of prices depending on the type of show you want to see. Corral de la Moreria is one of the most upscale venues in the city and has welcomed a lot of famous visitors. Casa Patas includes space for private shows as well as serving as a cultural foundation for flamenco in Madrid. Cardamomo offers a good value in a club like atmosphere, while Las Carboneras is in the style of the old cafe cantantes. Las Tablas is a more modern space and operated by flamenco dancers. Finally, Cafetin de la Quimera is a little off the beaten path but still in the center, offering very reasonable prices for shows. Full list of flamenco venues in Madrid >>


Flamenco Shows in Barcelona

While much of the north lacks flamenco, Barcelona has a long history and tradition of flamenco with plenty of possibilities for shows. If you are looking for a short and cheap show, Los Tarantos is under 10 Euros. The Tablao de Carmen is a personal favorite, located within the Poble Espanyol which is a nice visit in itself. El Palacio del Flamenco is a larger theatre style venue with plenty of ticket options such as VIP seating and more. El Patio Andaluz mimics a typical Andalusian tablao. If you want to see a battle of knights on horseback and then a flamenco show in a small town, the Castell Medieval in Tordera is the place for you! Full list of flamenco venues in Barcelona >>