Traditional Spanish food workshop in a flamenco cave
- Enjoy cooking amazing Spanish dishes in a beautiful surrounding
- Cook in a cave with a spectacular view of Spain’s most visited monument, La Alhambra
- Prepare delicious food inside of a gypsy cave
You'll be welcomed to enjoy an authentic culinary experience in Spain. This cooking class takes place in a quite unique setting: a gypsy cave at the hilly Sacromonte neighborhood of Granada. You will enjoy cooking amazing Spanish dishes in a beautiful surrounding.
First of all, you should know this is not your usual cooking course. You will be cooking in a cave with a spectacular view of Spain’s most visited monument, La Alhambra and the Generalife Gardens.
You will enjoy a five-course meal: sangría, salmorejo, tortilla de patatas, paella and crema catalana.
- Bottled water
- Free tap water included
- Alcoholic Beverages - a glass of wine
- Some Iberian ham and Manchego cheese will be offered
- Entry/Admission - Sacromonte Cooking
- Child (5-11): reduced
Camino del Sacromonte, 51, 18010 Granada, Spain
Sacromonte Cooking, Camino del Sacromonte, 51, Granada, Spain
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Minimum age for this activity is: 5
- Service animals allowed
- Near public transportation
- If there is not a minimum quorum of 4 people, the event will be canceled
- This can be a private tour/activity, where only your group will participate
- Thursday and Friday at 6.00pm
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