I will jump into the Mozárabe chorus with a resounding yes to solo female walking. But only you know if you really enjoy walking really alone, because I think on the Mozárabe you are likely to be really alone. The difference in numbers on the Vdlp and the Mozárabe is substantial and I wouldn’t start the Mozárabe thinking that you’ll run into people off and on.
Several years ago, I started a thread in the fall looking for forum members interested in the Mozárabe. In April, about 14 of us met up in Almería. I wound up with two others, some wound up walking alone, and there was one larger “group” of 5 or so that formed. You might try a thread planting the Mozárabe seed and see what kind of responses you get. Our idea was not to have any sort of group walk, but just knowing there were people out there was a nice feeling. I think we made a lot of work for the amigos though, because they are so devoted to us pilgrims that they wound up ferrying inflatable mattresses from one albergue to another when they calculated that the night’s arrival would outstrip the beds available.
So, long story short, the Mozárabe has amazing support, tremendous albergues, great scenery, but very few pilgrims. My pals left me in Granada and from there I was totally alone and never saw another pilgrim till Mérida.
If you loved the Vdlp, and if you didn’t find yourself hungering for companionship on those alone days, I think you would also love the Mozárabe. Buen camino, Laurie