Map Unavailable

Date(s) - 10/07/2023
8:45 am - 5:00 pm



Nestled in the Northern Edge of The Malaga Mountains we find the lovely village of Colmenar.

Colmenar gained its name from an estate called “Colmena” which produced honey.  “Colmena” in Spanish means beehive.   Our first stop is to dress up as beekeepers  and visit  a hive at a safe distance, to see how the bees work the hives.  Then onto the Honey Museum, for honey tasting and to make our own beeswax candle.

our group dressed up as beekeepers
Our group dressed up as bee keepers.

At the end of the tour, you will receive a gift including honey, honey spoon, sweets and a booklet on the different  honey produced  around Malaga.

Other  products local to Colmenar, aside from honey, are Olive Oil, Bakery, fresh milled flour, natural sugars and woven products like baskets, mats and carpets made from natural fibres like esparta grass.

There will be free time to explore Colmenar and have lunch.

A fun day to be had.


Pick ups Benalmadena, 8.30 Torremolinos 8.45





Bookings are closed for this event.