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Apiaries: make your own honey

The only bad thing about visiting La Lorenza is having to say goodbye to this magical and kind land. That is why we wanted to create an experience so that those who visit us can take a piece of us home with them: our honey. At La Lorenza we respect life from its smallest representations, such as flowers and insects. Bees are a primordial source of life and are a fundamental part of our ecosystem. In this ecological deal we can enjoy the wild honey that has been considered by many cultures as the food of the Gods.


In ancient times, for the Egyptians, it was believed that when the sun cried, its tears were transformed into bees when they touched the ground, which is why bees were highly respected creatures since honey was used in medicinal practices, funeral rites and as gifts for the gods.

When visiting our apiaries, our guests will be provided with the necessary safety suits to enjoy this moment. Over the course of an hour, they will be able to visit our hives and immerse themselves in the buzzing of these creatures. The Lorenza's apiaries, surrounded by lavender and olive trees, provide a unique flavor to our honey. In ancient times, for the Egyptians, it was believed that when the sun cried, its tears were transformed into bees when they touched the ground, which is why bees were highly respected creatures since honey was used in medicinal practices, funeral rites and as gifts for the gods.


When visiting our apiaries, our guests will be provided with the necessary safety suits to enjoy this moment. Over the course of an hour, they will be able to visit our hives and immerse themselves in the buzzing of these creatures. The Lorenza's apiaries, surrounded by lavender and olive trees, provide a unique flavor to our honey.



Besides living a new and different experience, natural and preservative-free honey will bring benefits to our health, such as regulating blood sugar, improving brain functions, and a strong stimulant of our immune system.


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