What Does a Zambra Sound Like?
Granada is one of the main references for flamenco in Spain, and Sacromonte is one of its cradles.
This gypsy neighborhood is the most representative expression of Andalusian folklore in Granada. The zambra, a flamenco song and dance party that dates back to the 16th century, was very popular in the shows of the 50s and 60s of the 20th century, inspired by the rituals nuptials of the city’s Moors in the gypsy atmosphere of the Sacromonte caves. There is one of the best and most prestigious caves in the world with impressive views of the Alhambra and the Generalife, where the genuine dance of the zambra is offered in its unique flamenco night in Granada.
Never stop seeing it, feel the ancient flamenco and the magic of the Sacromonte night.
You can reach the destination by Bus- Sacromonte from Plaza Nueva or by taxi to the door or ask us for a private transfer
One hour show with a drink
Hours According to Seasons (9:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.). Subject to availability.
Does not include transportation to the cave
If you want Private Transportation or by Bus with a Group, or dinner, contact us
We highlight the magic of the environment and the views from its terrace, the antiquity, the authenticity of this cave and the familiarity of the show, where you will be able to experience the performances of the artists in first person and a unique sensation that is not perceived in a flamenco tablao more commercial or sophisticated