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A Fun Flamenco Show

A special flamenco show will be performed on Friday, 28th November at 8.0 p.m. at the restaurant Viva España. This restaurant is situated just off the N 332 driving towards Oliva, on the left hand side.

This special evening will hold a tombola, and serve a three course traditional Spanish meal. It is being held to raise funds for SPAMA, in aid of abandoned animals. The organisation feeds more than 600 animals who have been neglected, ill treated or abandoned.

The cost of the evening is €25 per person. To reserve a table telephone 96 213 4371.

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Posted by on 11/26/2008 11:37:00

El Andaluz Moraira

For a pleasant evening with dinner and entertainment the El Andaluz has lots to offer.

This restaurant is situated next door to the large pottery shop on the new roundabout just past the Paichi Garden Centre as you take the road to Benitachell.

Most Saturdays there is a flamenco show, on Thursday evenings there is a singer/entertainer and on Friday evenings there is a male vocalist. The programme can change so it is worth telephoning, 96 649 0151.

The menu is quite reasonably priced.

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Posted by on 06/23/2008 16:57:00

Traditional Flamenco in Abanilla

Abanilla is a very old village with friendly people and on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays there is a traditional flamenco held in a Gipsy Cave-

Entrance with meal is €32, admission 8.0 p.m., entrance only is €15, including a jug of sangria. admission 8.45 p.m. The show starts at 9.30 p.m. and ends at 11.30 p.m.

The owner of the cave speaks several languages and will give a brief talk about the history of flamenco.

This is the real Spain and real flamenco.

Directions, Take the A 7 motorway towards Murcia, exit Orihuela-Benferri. Take Beniferri up to Abanilla. In Abanilla you will see a statue of Jesus Christ on a mountain, in that mountain you will find La Tona gypsy cave.

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Posted by on 06/11/2008 16:49:00

Flamenco Singing Concerts

If you are in the area of Cartagena it would be a good idea to time this visit with a visit to hear one of the many renowned flamenco singers who will be performing every Saturday from 7th June to 30th August.

These concerts will be held at the Plaza de la Comandancia de Marina in front of the harbour. Entrance to all concerts is free.

There will be famous singers from Almeria, Cordoba, Granada, Malaga, Madrid, Badajoz and La Union.

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Posted by on 06/02/2008 13:18:00

Flamenco Dancing

There is a Spanish restaurant which cooks dishes typical of the Valencian region, one of which is paella cooked on a wood fire (to order), also rice with bogavant, fideau, grilled meats, fresh fish and very good home made desserts.

This restaurant is called Viva Espana and is situated off the N332 on the left hand side just before you arrive at Oliva in the direction of Valencia. It takes about 45 minutes drive from Moraira.

On Saturday nights and Sunday lunch the restaurant is transformed into a huge party room; there is an elevated stage and a spectacular display of Spanish Ballet with traditional Flamenco dancing at its best.

During July and August this floor show is also performed on Friday evenings.

There are special prices for group bookings up to a capacity of 300 people, also you can get quotes for weddings, communions, parties, business groups and family reunions.

Their telephone number is 96 2850018.

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Posted by on 02/26/2008 20:53:00