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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.

10 things you never knew about Malaga

Locals only eat sardines in the months that don’t contain an R What could be a more iconic picture of Málaga than sardines (espetos)...

Semana Santa in Spain: A Photo Blog

Semana Santa, otherwise known as Easter, is a magical time of year in Spain. It is a series of religious ceremonies and an opportunity...

Day tours to Tangier from Spain

Have you always dreamed of visiting the fragrant, alluring and mysterious markets of Tangier but weren’t quite sure how to go about it? We...

TOMA & COE on the Metro Hotlist with our Camino Mozarabe Tour

If you follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram you will have probably already heard our news, if not here it is… Metro.co.uk added our Camino Mozarabe tour to their hotlist....

A day out in Antequera and Archidona

Our photography competition prize winner, Marianne Elizabeth and family enjoy a day out in Antequera and Archidona. A fabulous day was had by all...

Antequera and its Dolmens

2016 was an incredibly exciting year for the historical market town of Antequera, in the north of the province of Malaga in Andalucia. Antequera’s...

Our Favourite Books About Spain

What are the best books about Spain to read before you travel? We have narrowed it down to our favourite interesting and informative books...

Pondering Pomegranates

Having been aware of the pomegranate as an important symbol in Spanish history for years, it´s always been a latent presence in my spiels...

Easter in Spain for Beginners – Semana Santa

Your first ever trip to experience Semana Santa or Easter in Spain, and especially in Andalucia, is an event you’re unlikely to ever forget. If...

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