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The TOMA & COE Blog

Andalucia is a land of dizzying dimensions. Our blog is a forum for us to share our insights; see it as a library of tales, articles and anecdotes.

Slow Travel: Experience the Spain you never knew

Slow Travel is a way of travelling that allows you to connect – with the culture, people and their way of life. At TOMA...

Three Cultures of Andalucía: Seville

Exploring how the three cultures of Judaism, Christianity and Islam combined to create the Andalucian culture we know today. Following on from Córdoba and...

Three Cultures of Andalucía: Granada

Exploring how the three cultures of Judaism, Christianity and Islam combined to create the Andalucian culture we know today. Following on from Córdoba, we...

Celebrating the Feast of St James in Santiago de Compostela

The Camino can be described as two journeys – one spiritual, the other physical – and the physical journey ends in Santiago de Compostela....

Three Cultures of Andalucía: Córdoba

Exploring how the three cultures of Judaism, Christianity and Islam combined to create the Andalucian culture we know today. First, we look at the...

5 Incredible Train Journeys in Spain

The beauty of taking the slow train is witnessing the changing landscapes rather than a blur of green, brown and blue. At Toma and...

Easter in Málaga – A Fiesta of National Interest

Málaga in Andalucía, known for its vibrancy, particularly during the summer feria, also has its solemn moments. None more so than during Holy Week,...

Spain’s Infinite Variety: Walking the Camino de Santiago

When pilgrims speak of walking the Camino de Santiago trail (St James Way), they often mean the Camino Frances (French Route), which starts just...

The Way of Saint James – El Camino de Santiago 

A Jubilee Year or Holy Year occurs each year the feast day of Santiago or Saint James, 25th July, falls on a Sunday. This...

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