"Valentino" (Spanish pronunciation: [balenˈtino]) was the Spanish entrant to the Eurovision Song Contest 1986 in Bergen, Norway. It was sung by the male quartet Cadillac and performed in Spanish.
The song is an up-tempo number with influences from synthpop, in which Cadillac sing about how they have prepared a romantic encounter with a woman. They describe the drinks and the atmosphere in the room of a hotel in Madrid for a good night; "Valentino" - a reference to Italian film star Rudolph Valentino, often referred to as the original 'Latin Lover' - "couldn't have done it better...". Cadillac also recorded an English language version of the song under the same title.