Created about three hundred years ago, but with roots that are much older, Flamenco is one of the most obvious and noticeable elements of Spanish, or in this case more properly Andalucian, culture. Combining music and dance, it’s unique hand-clapping rhythms and movements, distinctivevocal style and Spanish guitar accompaniment are instantly recognisable and part of everybody’s idea of Real Spain, and seeing some “authentic” Flamenco is on the must-do list for many visitors. Most shows nowadays are aimed at the tourist market, but good quality shows with professional performers can be seen at the following places, and it’s well worth going to one.

Also see our Flamenco & Tapas Tours for a great evening of wine, food and music.

Flamenco Museum
Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3
Tel: 954 340 311

Casa de la Memoria
(moving to calle Cuna)
Tel: 954 560 670

Auditorio Alvarez Quintero
Calle Alvarez Quintero, 48
Tel: 954 293 949

Casa de la Guitarra
Calle Mesón del Moro, 12
Tel: 954 224 093

Casa Anselma
Calle Pagés del Corro, 49