Cueva de la Rocío - Tablao flamenco
Cueva de la Rocío - Tablao flamenco:
El Rocio Flamenco cave in Granada
The ZAMBRA LA ROCÍO is a flamenco cave in the Sacromonte Granada. Here you will see the very best Flamenco performances. The Rocio specialises in family Zambra which means that almost all the dancers and musicians come from the same family. The members of the family start to learn flamenco from the moment they can walk or possibly even earlier. Juan Marote, one of the youngest members of the troupe, had his first television performance at the tender age of only five.
One of the advantages of the Rocio is that the musicians sit at the mouth of the cave and the dancers move up and down in front of the audience, so everyone has a front row seat and a close up view of what is going on.
The Rocio cave is in the Camino de Sacromonte. This road has very good views of the Alhambra. The easiest way to get there is to get off the minibus at the Peso de Harina and then walk along. You can also walk all the way from the centre of Granada it would be a pleasant stroll. Most of the clients come in minibuses and are picked up at their hotel.