Catering and Shows
Flamenco tavern La Cava offers its customers two types of services: catering and entertainment. This is completely accommodated for restoration activities, also having a stage and a maximum capacity of between 60 and 70 people.
Mawi performing the song “I’d love to love you less” by the Argentinean tango writer José María Contursi, at the flamenco tablao of Cádiz “La Cava”.
A unique atmosphere created and managed by professionals to make a lunch and enjoy an authentic flamenco performance in a unique setting. The waiter service is composed of 4 waiters and 2 cooks, which have knowledge of foreign languages such as English, German and French.
Flamenco is a dance style typical of Andalusia and also cultivated in areas of Extremadura and the Region of Murcia. Its main facets are singing, playing and dancing, with it’s own traditions and norms. As we know it today it dates from the eighteenth century, and there is controversy about its origin, because although there are different opinions, none of them could be proven historically. Although the dictionary of the RAE associates it especially to the gypsy ethnic group, the fusion of the different cultures that coexisted in the Andalusia of the time is evident. Of all the hypotheses about its origin, the most widespread thesis is that which exposes the Moorish origin, and the cultural miscegenation that occurred then in Andalusia: natives, Muslims, Gypsies, Castilians and Jews; propitiated its creation. In fact, it’s germ already existed in the region of Andalusia long before the gypsies arrived, there were gypsies in other regions of Spain and Europe, but flamenco was only cultivated by those who were in Andalusia.
La Cava is located less than 50 meters from The Garigolo