Travel in Andalucia
From Andaulcia.org, a guide to travel along the path of Flamenco.
Visit these pages for guided tours created specifically for those who love Flamenco:
There are still very few who, in a illustrated and planned form, come to Andalucia to enjoy the flamenco tourism.... to offer the traveller who plans to visit Andalucía, to those who are travelling through or simply living in it, a useful and colourful tool, to start to know the history of flamenco and to learn to differentiate one style from another, and at the same time dispose of the necessary addresses and activities that favour, in many cases, a first contact with Flamenco in Andalucía.....
Cádiz expresses itself through ´cantiñas´; Málaga through ´jaberas´, ´jabegotes´ and ´verdiales´; Córdoba through ´zánganos´ and ´fandangos´ through Lucena; Granada through ´zambras´, ´roas´, ´granaínas´ and ´medias´. If there weren´t any heterogeneous, on the other side of the pond, they lent us the ´guajira´, ´milonga´, ´vidalita´ and the ´rumba´ and afterwards the invention of the ´colombiana´ by Pepe Marchena. In effect, Andalucía is a melting pot whose understanding abounds more than acorns and chestnuts, of dragnets and trapnets. A part of its soul is built on cave dwellers, Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Christians and converts, bricks in a musical wall to which the gypsies added their battlements: the ´quejió´ (complaint).
Following images are from the 11th Biennial Courses & Performances from the Andalucia website