Malaga is a renowned tourist destination because of its amazing coastline overlooking the Andalusian Mediterranean.
The Mountains of Malaga with their “Verdiales”, Ronda along with its ” Rondeñas” and in Malaga the “jaberas” are fundamental pieces in the origin of the flamenco.

Malaga faces the Mediterranean and the quality of its coastline has made this province a world-class tourist destination.

Inland, white villages and towns of natural beauty offer travellers forests and rivers, gorges and mountains with great views and magical natural beauty.

Malaga has been the cradle of various styles of flamenco, some of them still very much alive, such as the verdiales, others less so, such as the Polo de Tobalo or the Jaberas, but which have evolved both to grow and consolidate into styles so unique to the region, such as the “Rondeña” or the “Malagueña”.

Ronda, a tourist destination of the first romantic travellers, is an essential destination on our Malaga flamenco route, as is Vélez-Málaga, capital of the Axarquia region which forms the eastern side of the province and which saw the birth of “Juan Breva”, an essential figure in the history of Malaga flamenco.

In the city of Málaga, where he made his debut in 1864, there is a “peña” in his name.

Juan Breva tenía
Cuerpo de gigante
Y voz de niña.
Evoca los limonares
De Málaga dormida
Y hay en su llano dejos
De sal marina

Flamenco experiences in Malaga


"Los cantes de Málaga" Experience

A journey to the origins of flamenco in Malaga.

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