Tablao Flamenco Felahmengu II
Tablao Flamenco Felahmengu II is located in El Rompido, a town in the municipality of Cartaya in Huelva which is very close to the beach. An enclave with wonderful views, such as the landscape of Paraje Natural Marismas del Río Piedras y Flecha del Rompido.
In this pleasant place on the Costa de la Luz, you can find this cozy tablao, which is decorated in the Andalusian style in order to create the best atmosphere, together with a permanent painting exhibition: "Las Leyendas del Flamenco". Customers can sit around typically Andalusian tables and chairs, surrounded by excellent portraits of the great flamenco masters such as Camarón, Paco de Lucia or Enrique Morente, among others.
The tablao has spacious terraces and a wine bar where guests can enjoy summer nights with maximum comfort. They can also taste a wide assortment of local products : tapas, Serrano ham, cured meat, fish, etc.
Every weekend, Tablao Flamenco Felahmengu II offers live shows.
- Capacity: 45
- Disabled people's access: Yes
- Parking: Yes
Av. Playas de Cartaya, 21459 Cartaya, Huelva, España
El Rompido (Huelva)
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