The gypsies are installed, since the eighteenth century on the slopes of Cerro de San Miguel and on the banks of the Camino del Sacromonte, the old Muslim road of Guadix. In the high areas of Sacromonte, there are those of the most humble gypsies, who have the entrance that serves as kitchen and dining room and one or two bedrooms, according to their possibilities and those of the land.
The caves of Sacromonte in Granada have been home for centuries of gypsies, bohemians and flamenco artists. Soul possessed of deep passions and dark mysteries that are expressed in the spectacle of their Zambras. [readmore] We will enjoy a flamenco show with a drink of approximately one hour. Before the start, we will take a short walk through the Albayzin to discover a different neighborhood when it gets dark.Read more
Minimum 2 people
Languages: Spanish, English, French, Italian, German and Chinese (other languages consult)