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Lanjarón honey window (photo)

This cute window, full of jars of miel tomillo (thyme honey), was spotted today in Lanjarón. Órgiva’s nearest town even has its own honey museum, which, like this person’s home, is filled with honey collected from the hundreds of hives that perch on mountain sides in the area.

To us it sums up what La Alpujarra is all about: nature, flowers, tradition and beauty. [Click photo to enlarge.]


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