The art of Flamenco Dancing originated from Southern India, where it was traditionally performed at funerals. The dance is an expression of pain and loss suffered by the death of a loved one. In Ibiza, Flamenco only came to the Island in the 1950’s, as the traditional Ibicenco dance, the Ball Pages predated it by over 2000 years.
El Jaleo Ibiza’s leading Flamenco Show, will perform every Saturday at the Sunset Point Resort in Cala De Bou, located in the San Antonio Bay area. Sunset Point is one of the those interesting and unusual Hotels in Ibiza. It caters to a sporting clientele and specialises in watersports and outdoor activities. The emerging sport of Stand Up Paddle surfing, (SUP) is a popular attraction, along with Kite and Wind surfing.
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The apartments may lack the luxury and bling of others, but they make up for it in character and local charm. Prices reflect this and the apartments are open all year round, offering excellent value for money. The Flamenco music night kicks off every Saturday evening at 9pm, with traditional entertainment of local food, music and culture along with a genuine, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Its free entry and drink prices are very reasonable. If looking for something off the beaten track and with an authentic local feel, then the Flamenco night at Sunset Point Resort in Ibiza is well worth a visit. More information on http://www.sunsetpointibiza.com/index.html