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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.

The Soho Effect: how Malaga swapped seedy for stylish

Malaga is quickly establishing itself as one of the coolest cities in Andalusia, and like any other self respecting cultural hotspot, it now has...

After the flood: Rains wreak havoc across Andalucia

Parts of Spain have been destroyed by record amounts of rainfall this autumn, labelled by experts as some of the worst weather conditions to...

Autumn entertainment in Malaga

September was a scorcher of a month, but it seems autumn has finally arrived in Malaga: the leaves are rusting on the trees, the...

Drawings from an Era: Remembering David Guerrero Guevara

It was an event that shook Spain and still lingers in the memories of its people today.  On a spring afternoon in 1987, while...

What’s in a name? Unlocking the subtle semantics behind the Spanish menu

If you’ve spent time in Spain, chances are you’re already familiar with some of its most famous dishes. Whether you’re in need of a...

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...

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