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Address: Calle Ramon Franquelo 3, 29008 Malaga, Spain

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Great place for authentic flamenco

As keen salseros we were hoping for a little salsa dancing. In reality the music was authentic flamenco but what a great atmosphere. There was a €6 cover charge but that included... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2016
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Norwich
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Reviewed 8 April 2016 via mobile

As keen salseros we were hoping for a little salsa dancing. In reality the music was authentic flamenco but what a great atmosphere. There was a €6 cover charge but that included a drink and the live music and dancing was excellent

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Reviewed 1 August 2012 via mobile

After wondering around the club area, full of young locals and loud radio hits, we hit upon this hidden gem where locals danced flamenco to live music. We were the only tourists there and it remains one of the highlights of our entire 1 month trip through Spain.

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Reviewed 26 February 2012

Looks nothing from the outside and certainly not glamorous inside. It's like a traditional old man's pub in Scotland but in Spain. But, it is a wonderful experience, best time to visit is Thursday to Sunday. It's full of locals just enjoying themselves, the barman appears to know everyone and greets them with a hug. Fantastic Spanish music both traditional... More 

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