As if it were a novel, this establishment is located in the caves that once sheltered the bandits led by the famous Luis Candelas, after whom it is named. Nowadays, its decor is inspired by the classic Andalusian courtyards, where renowned flamenco artists display all their art to the hordes of tourists who visit it every day.
Aside from the main stage, they have a private area in which they hold daily flamenco sessions and where anyone who dares to sing, play or dance is invited. Camarón was one of the artists who performed here, and, according to some, that is why his spirit can still be felt there. To top it all off, try their tapas or their delicious sangría, the perfect ingredients for a typically Spanish soiree.