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Unfortunately, Torremolinos no longer has a thriving flamenco scene and just about all the town's flamenco tablaos have disappeared, with the exception of one. Pepe Lopez has been entertaining tourists with regular flamenco shows since the early 1970s and it was once one of the most celebrated clubs in Andalucía.

As a city where most people live in small apartments, and which enjoys mild to hot temperatures all year round, people spend plenty of time out and about in the street at night. In the summer, temperatures don't start to fall until the early hours, so life is lived outdoors even more.

There is no shortage of places to go in the evening. Hotel cocktail bars offer comfortable and sophisticated surroundings for a quiet drink or not so quiet, jazz performance or other live band. For a more informal evening, almost every street in town has wine bars and lively cosmopolitan pubs. Later you might dance into the small hours at one of Gibraltar's trendy disco pubs or enjoy a flutter at the Casino.

Boasting some of the hottest restaurants and night spots in Spain, the Costa del Sol attracts visitors  from all over Europe. From classy fine dining restaurants with views over the Mediterranean, to the more raucous karaoke bars and all night discos, there is something here for everyone. Casinos, English pubs, beach bars, tapas joints and the ever popular flamenco shows can all be found in the coast´s fabulous resort towns.

The seductive climes of Malaga in the southernmost part of Spain guarantees fun and frolics. With an emerging food scene and overlooked cultural gems, this elegant and surprising city has something for everyone. And Malaga's eclectic nightlife pays testimony to visitors of all tastes and ages.

In Huelva, late-night bars are clustered along Calle Pablo Rada and on Calle Aragón to the west of the Plaza San Pedro. Bar Grial on Calle Ciudad de Aracena and Bar Paco Moreno on Paseo Independencia are great bars to have a drink and a tapa.