Tickets for Flamenco Show at Jardines de Zoraya + Dinner
Passionate flamenco and delicious 3-course meal
- Witness some of the best flamenco artists in the country right here in Andalucia - the region where the musical tradition developed
- Enjoy your 3-course dinner in a gorgeous lounge, decorated in traditional Andalusian style
- Choose from a selection of gourmet dishes to craft your own delicious meal
Great flamenco gets your feet tapping, while great Andalusian cuisine gets your taste buds singing along! Enjoy the magic of flamenco in its birthplace, plus a delicious 3-course dinner at Jardines de Zoraya, a unique venue in the heart of Granada's historical Albaizín district.
Get a dose of flamenco alongside a serving of Andalusian cuisine in this pitch-perfect Granada evening. Passionate rhythms, swirling skirts and grilled Iberian pork with artichoke gratin (or fish, veal, or veggie options), this is how to do Andalucia!
Dine here at 18:00 (or a more-Spanish 21:00) and your night will come alive. It's the most traditional and delicious night out!
This spectacular show at the iconic Jardines de Zoraya is one of the best in Granada. The relaxing water features and palm trees serve as the perfect backdrop for the spicy music and athletic dancing. When you're fully satisfied with the musical entertainment and delicious dinner, you've got chocolate cake or crème brûlée for dessert.
Food plus flamenco equals guaranteed fiesta!
- Flamenco show
- 3-course dinner
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Bus: C1 from Gran Vía de Colón, Plaza Nueva or Paseo de los Tristes to Placeta del Abad; C2 to Pages-Centro Dia Mayores Albaicin.
Flamenco - mind is blown. All six artists together rightly deserve their top show in Granada status.
The show had top notch musicianship and the dancers kept us all enthralled. Well worth the trip. One of the highlights of our trip.
Morente, Jose Merce,
Tomatito, Farruquito, Vicente Amigo etc...
Flamenco at these location was good. The male dancer and the singers really worth the try.
Just a friendly advise: Food from the menu was good but had too much sauce (French Style). The cod and the meat was very good, no need to cover the taste of the food with sauce.
Gazpacho with a hint of strawberry is really fantastic. Pate was also good.
Andalusian and Spanish cuisine is outstanding, we do not need to copy any other cuisine. It would be great to offer more Andalusian and Spanish dishes style rather than from other cuisine styles. It matches better with the Flamenco music and foreigners would enjoy it much more.