Learn to dance flamenco in a Sacromonte Cave in Granada with a private instructor during a private 45-minute or 1.5-hour class! Embodying the fiery Spanish culture for centuries, flamenco dancing traces its roots to Andalucia and its most passionate displays can be found in Granada. Follow the lead of Spanish gypsies who brought the dance moves to the town’s famous Sacromonte Caves and learn the moves of this dramatic form of dance!
- All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
- Excellent value for money
- Instant Confirmation
- Free drinks included
Start your evening heading to Sacromonte. Famous for its caves carved out of the rock on the slopes of Cerro de San Miguel, Sacromonte was originally built and lived in by Spanish gypsies and the caves became popular places for the community to meet up, dance and relax.
Head inside one the caves that been renovated into a dance school, put on your dancing shoes, and take to the floor for your 45-minute or 1.5-hour class. Partners aren’t necessary as flamenco lets you express your individual personality to the music, and your instructor will spend most of your session dancing one-on-one with you if you come alone.
In time to fast-paced music from acoustic guitars and passionate palmas (hand clapping), follow your instructor to learn how to perform the fieriest of flamenco moves. Learn to hold your body posture in a proud stance, and discover the hand, arm and foot sequences that flow together to build the dance’s compás (rhythm).
As you build up the steps and movements of an authentic Andalucian flamenco dance, you’ll learn how to communicate with facial expressions while dancing. For many, the joy of watching an authentic flamenco dance is seeing the burning emotions, energy and expressions of the dancer – played out through the medium of dance!
Whatever level you are, you’ll learn at a pace that suits you best with patient coaching from your tutor. All 45-minute classes end with drinks (beer, sangria, soda or wine) in the cave’s atmospheric bar. If you’ve opted to hone your skills with a 1.5-hour class, you'll enjoy a break halfway through for drinks.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Comfortable shoes, ideally with low heels
- Minimum age for drinking alcohol is 18 years old
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- Experienced flamenco teacher
- 1 drink (water, soft drink, wine or beer)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
45 to 90 minutes
Concludes at the Sacromonte Caves