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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.

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...

Marbella Tapas Tours

Marbella Old Town Tapas Tour Enjoy a fabulous boutique tapas tour that lets you enjoy two aspects of Marbella in one evening; culture and...

5 Most Romantic Places for a Tour of Andalucia

Being a colourist as well as a romantic, the palette of Andalucia struck a deep chord with me when I first visited in 1994. Vibrant...

Horse Riding Holiday in Spain

Horseback Riding in the Andalucian Countryside Andalucia is a magnificent setting for horse riding holidays in Spain, and now with Toma Tours you can...

Seville Holy Week Tour

Visiting Seville during Holy Week is one of the richest cultural experiences you can enjoy in Andalucia. It’s an event that reveals the “heart and...

Spain’s 5 Top Scenes for Travel Photographers

No matter what motivates you to travel, whether you yearn for culture or history, food or wine, a pilgrimage or luxury tour, you will surely take a...

Indian Summer in Vejerly Hills

As this Veranillo del Membrillo (Indian summer) lingers on in Andalucia, my thoughts are drawn back to my own summer holidays and the week I...

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