Cueva de La Rocio was one of the first venues of its kind in the Sacromonte quarter of Granada. Founded by Don Andres Maya Fajardo and Doña Rocio Fernandez Bustamante in the early 50's, the cave remains under the direction of the Maya family, a prominent name in the world of flamenco. In recent years Cueva de La Rocio has had the pleasure of receiving many famous visitors including the First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, as well as the Kings of Spain, Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia who visited with former President of the United States, Bill Clinton.
The flamenco show in Cueva de La Rocio includes a drink or dinner. Ticket options exist for transportation and a panoramic visit, including collection from city center locations (direct pickup from some hotels along the route is possible) and a tour through the Albayzín, the former Arab quarter known for its narrow streets, tranquil plazas and views of the Alhambra and Generalife. The option of the show with dinner includes a fixed price menu featuring typical dishes from Granada. The menu includes two courses to choose from, dessert and drink. Dining is inside one of the caves or on the terrace during the spring and summer (weather permitting).
Show + Drink: 25 €
Show + Dinner: 60,00 €
Shows (0-4 years): 0,00 €
Show + Drink (5-9 years): 12,50 €
Show + Dinner: (5-9 years): 30 €