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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.

Foodie Fun in Malaga in September

Summer is drawing to a close and Autumn is almost upon us. You’ve put away your flip-flops, rolled up your beach towels and those...

Light of Andalusia

“Light of Andalusia” by Steven Nightingale  There is nowhere else in the world like Albayzín, the old Moorish quarter of Granada. Creeping up the...

Tapas out of town – away from Granada’s centre, a local tapas scene awaits.

La Chana – unlikely home to some of Granada’s best tapas Tapas-wise, one of Granada’s best-kept secrets is way out of the elegant and...

Antequera; the heart of Andalusia

Although nicknamed El Corazón de Andalucía – The Heart of Andalusia – because of its central location between Granada, Córdoba, Seville and Málaga (all...

The Camino de Santiago in Andalusia

The Andalusian government has finally caught up with Toma & Coe (T&C). Earlier this month, the regional branch of leftist party Podemos suggested that...

Before and after the Camino Mozarabe Pilgrimage

Give me my scallop shell of quiet, My staff of faith to walk upon, My scrip of joy, immortal diet, My bottle of salvation,...

Granada – beyond the Alhambra

“Did you go to the Alhambra?” Tell anyone you’ve been to Granada and this will be the first question they’ll ask you. The received...

The world famous Almadraba tuna fishing

During the month of May the incredible spectacle of the Tuna Almadraba happens on the Atlantic Coast in western Andalucia. It really is one...

The Labyrinth of Chartres: A Spiritual Pilgrimage

The Labyrinth of Chartres, a Cathedral in France, is part of the pilgrim’s quest on their journey to the holy land. The Chartres Cathedral...

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