Flamenco Routes

Flamenco Routes
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Get to know flamenco through Andalusia, or get to know Andalusia through flamenco.

There is no better way to learn about this art at first hand than to travel the roads that lead to its roots. The itineraries of the ‘Routes through Flamenco Country' cover all of Andalusia, permitting tourists to experience a sample of this great cultural treasure in just a few days.

The Bajañí Route extends along the coast of Cadiz to Morón de la Frontera, revealing along the way two great geniuses, Paco de Lucía and Camarón de la Isla.

In the footsteps of Antonio Chacón begins the second route called ‘creation', which runs from Malaga, through Granada's fertile plain to the flamenco districts of the city of Granada.

The 'Cayetano Route' in honour of Niño de Cabra, runs through the mountains of Cordoba, and of course includes the city of Cordoba.

‘The three-four time route. The basic song forms'starts from the Triana district of the city of Seville and from other towns in the province, like Utrera and Lebrija, and brings us back to Cadiz, its high point being Jerez de la Frontera.

A route through Huelva and its Fandango style of flamenco, and ‘The Las Minas route', between Almería and Jaén, round off the routes on offer.