Respect for our little teachers

Their life’s mission in this world, industriousness, cooperation, organization, precision, communication and their immeasurable benefit for all our lives deserve the utmost respect.

We really do appreciate our bees and try to facilitate their invaluable task of pollination through an intact nature that offers an abundant food supply. They work for and with us. Their reward is the honey they collect. We refrain from harvesting honey and leave this highly valuable food to the bees. This is an important point for the health of the bees, because only in honey are the ingredients that keep our little helpers strong and healthy.

Beehive locations

Nature reserve

Apiary in the 400 ha nature reserve

A botanical paradise for bees

Lack of noise or ground vibrations that couldhinder the bees’ orientation during their long flights

Optimal living conditions due to a varied topography (hills, forests, plains)

Es Fangar’s vineyards

Apiary in the 200 ha vineyards

Bees as a protective measure against pests. Their wing-stroke produces vibration on the leaves that fend possible vermin off

They collect grape nectar, thereby reducing fungal infestation

They pollinate around the vineyards, roses, herbs and wildflowers

Almond valley

Apiary in the 300 ha Son Brau valley

Pollination of the almond trees, wildflowers, plants and ornamental gardens

Nearby pine forest provides a real tasty treat for the bees

Carob trees also lure bees with their sweet nectar


Apiary in the ornamental garden and olive groves

Traditional beehives located in the historical finca garden

Water well for the bees

Sustainable farming methods including letting some vegetables germinate


Es Fangar’s forest

Apiary in Es Fangar’s forest

Wild and solitary bees

Bee colony swarming allowed

Bee gums as their natural dwelling

Wild herbs such as rosemary, rockroses, wild saffron or heather

And much more!

Carob tree valley

New apiary in the carob tree valley in 2019

Pollination of carob trees, wildflowers and adjacent vineyards

Habitat for wild swarms that pollinate excellently

Process of total coverage of Es Fangar with apiaries is finalized

Working areas of the Es Fangar bees


Guided tours

Exciting approach

Bee rescue and protection



Care of the vineyards

Conservation of biodiversity



Acoustic station

Health and wellness experience


World nutrition

Worldwide research

International networking

More than Honey – A Markus Imhoof Film:

Bees’ welfare on Es Fangar

Additional measures fort the bees’ welfare on Es Fangar:

We open our large hay bales directly on the pastures to make them small. As a result, flower seeds are widely spread on our pastures. In 2018, this measure has already ensured a great variety of flowers and grasses.

We regularly rearrange our haystacks on the pastures, which helps to spread the falling seeds over a larger area.

We leave pathways and pastures to the point of complete flowering, thereby enabling a large food supply for our bees until the end of July.

We grow legumes and vegetables in our finca garden until midsummer and ensure that flower nectar remains available for our bees during these months.

We do not harvest a part of the sown vegetables and let them bloom: a special tasty treat for our bees.

We take special care of our eucalyptus trees, which have some wonderful flowers that are especially appreciated by our bees.

Healing nature of
Es Fangar

Learn more about the healing nature of Es Fangar in all its facets and book one of our themed hikes or a special and exciting bee tour.

And much more!

Discovery tours &
Wine tastings

Experience Es Fangar on a guided tour or enjoy Es Fangar through a wine tasting combined with delicious snacks in the middle of our vineyards.

And much more!

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