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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.

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...

Traditional Spanish Christmas recipes for you to enjoy.

The countdown to the Holiday Season begins. We are excited to share with you 12 traditional, festive recipes prepared lovingly by our cook and...

Profiles – Anita

These PROFILES are literary insights into the personalities and traditions of timeless Andalucian men and women. They serve as character studies and attempt to...

The favourite places of Manni Coe

Manni was recently interviewed by Mr Hudson Explores, read the original interview on their website, here is a taster of that interview for you...

The best olive oil in the world

All about olives. Olives are the fruit of the olive tree which is part of a family of trees that include lilac and jasmine...

El Botijo: summer’s most useful article

On a recent trip to my local Ferretería (Hardware store) in Antequera, I was duly waiting my turn, when I noticed the guy in...

Tortilla and Gazpacho: Original is best

Tortilla and Gazpacho: Original is best – a guest post from Angus McIntyre. Why does it happen?  Why do so many “National Dishes” become...

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