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Flamenco was born in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia, and in the mountainous slopes surrounding the ancient city of Granada this vibrant form of music and dance exists in one its purest forms. The particular flamenco cave in which this show takes place is renowned for being one of the most beautiful and historically significant. Legends say that it was once a clandestine temple for religious cults before gradually evolving into its current state as an illustrious cultural venue. Now, you can visit Granada's Templo Del Flamenco for an unforgettable night of drinks, dinner and Spain's national dance at its very finest.
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Nightly Shows Available To Book!

Choose a show with drinks, or drinks and dinner.

Opening Times*:

Show With Dinner: (20:30)

Show With Drink Only: (21:30)


Daily, except on December 24 & 31

Show Duration

Approximately 1 Hour

Cafe De Chinitas Address

Calle Pernaleros Alto 41, by Placeta Liñán. Near Granada City Tour Stop 6 (San Miguel Bajo)


Flamenco Show With Dinner.

Upon arriving at the Flamenco Cave (address in info to the left) you will be seated in preparation for your meal, which includes a delightful selection of Andalusian dishes. You can also choose to exclude the dinner and just come along for the show. In this case you'll be offered a beverage of your choice upon entry. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before 20:30 if you choose the dinner option, and likewise at 21:30 if it's drinks only.

A Stunning World Heritage Site.

An interesting fact to note about the Templo Del Flamenco in Granada is that the quarter in which it is located is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Originally this distinction only applied to the nearby Alhambra and Generalife palaces, but extended to the Albaicín district in 1994. Its diverse historicity is partly the reason for its listing, along with exemplary architectural beauty and the many signifiers of its medieval Moorish origins, such as the Ziri Walls and Fajalauza Door.

The Templo Del Flamenco is one highlight of this illustrious past, having served both as a refuge and home for some of Spain's most colourful cultural enclaves. The extensive caves which comprise it have also served as places of worship, inns and stables, with space today for up to 150 persons.

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Important Information & Usage instructions

Please print off the email voucher you receive from this site and take it to the Granada City Tour Office (Carrera del Darro, 3). Staff will exchange the voucher for tickets which you can use to gain entry to your Flamenco Show. Please ensure that you arrive at the flamenco venue 15 minutes before show time.

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