Baner Lorca

Cultural immersion at the birthplace of Flamenco

Experience the fiery passion and soulful essence of flamenco in Granada, where the Sacromonte neighborhood is the birthplace of this iconic Andalusian art form. 

Known as “cante jondo” or “deep song,” flamenco is a music and dance style that originated in Andalusia and is widely considered the most representative form of Andalusian folk culture.

In the 19th century, flamenco’s popularity began to soar with the rise of the Cafés Cantantes, live performance venues where flamenco singing was performed publicly. In November 2010, UNESCO declared flamenco as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

Discover the heart of flamenco in Granada, where the Sacromonte neighborhood is the epicenter of “jondura” and “duende” – the raw emotion and spirit that defines flamenco. This traditional gitano (gypsy) neighborhood is also the birthplace of the Zambra, a flamenco dance and singing tradition dating back to the 16th century and the wedding rituals of the city’s Moriscos.


We have a wide range of options that can be tailored to meet the needs of any group, from flamenco tablaos (flamenco venues) and flamenco shows with dinner, to private flamenco parties in caves for groups and workshops.

Through CICERONE, you can offer your clients the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of flamenco. To explore all of our options, please complete the form below.