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- Sundown marks two exciting activities in Marbella -- drinking and Flamenco dancing. Tourists, of course, are welcome to enjoy both. The Suite del Mar is the latest nightspot to captivate the party crowd. The breathtaking view of the sea and the sound of splashing waves are the perfect back drop for the exquisite dinner cuisine and fine wines. Later in the evening the DJs spin to the pulsating beat, as guests dance the night away. If you spent the afternoon at a bullfight, then finish the day off with a beer at El Burladero. Bull heads, old bull-fighting posters, banderillas and autographed photos complete the ambiance. Another authentic bar is Tasca Don Matute known for its excellent range of cold meats, cured pork loin, salchichon, chorizo and morcilla-black/blood pudding. Enjoy these delicacies with tasty wines like Riojas, Valdepenas sherry and many more. The place also serves draft and bottled beer. If you've never been to a tablao (flamenco show bar), don't miss the opportunity to visit Flamenco Ana Maria. Watch the dancers in frilly dresses move to the beat of clapping hands. If you're up for it, you'll end up dancing yourself.