*Tour stops and tastings may change slightly to reflect seasonal produce, availability and vendor opening hours.
What to Expect
Come along to sample the best local food and flamenco. Discover the spirit of flamenco and the importance of this dance in local culture. Granada´s tapas scene is well known. On this route we share local delicacies from family businesses in the city than the more well known tapas places. The combination of Flamenco and Food is a great way to spend an evening in Andalucia.
The art of Flamenco became UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010. Particularly important in Southern Spanish regions, learn the meaning behind the moves and music during the show. Understand the back story to enjoy flamenco like a local.
We start the tour with delicious local tapas and tastings in the historic centre of Granada. Your Food Sherpa will lead you to some typical businesses in the city. Try local Olive Oils, Award winning cheeses and see a professional ham cutter at work.
Then we head to the best flamenco venue in Granada. In a one hour show we get to experience the passion and drama of real flamenco. This intimate tablao has professional dancers, passionate singers and impressive guitarists. Before the show your Sherpa will give you a detailed introduction so you understand what you are about to see, understanding the meaning of the different movements and emotional sounds of Flamenco.
Once the flamenco perfomance has ended, we head back into the historic centre. Tasting contemporary dishes and more traditional food prepared by two Granada chefs. At the first stop we try two dishes. At this restaurant we dispell some urban myths about Spanish food. Information that will be handy for you over the rest of your stay in Andalucia.
Our final stop on the route is a classic restaurant in Granada, trading since 1976. Here we try two dishes and a traditional dessert ending our experience on a sweet note.
We also provide our Granada Dining Guide with our recommendations for eating out and local hotspots.