“The Roman presence in Spain left, in the northern part of Castilla-La Mancha, adobe and tile constructions intended to serve as a dwelling place for bees. Its management was inherited for centuries but today most of these constructions are in disuse or even in ruins. Therefore, some romantics have committed themselves to their recovery, as a way to obtain a sustainable and quality product, guarantee of coexistence between environmental conservation and economic and social development. Located in areas of low hills, where aromatic plants abound, are home to series of wooden drawers that 0invite bees to build their honeycombs, which are accessed through the “piquera”, a small hole in the facade, and a door that gives access to the beekeeper to collect honey and wax ”. In Almedina we are lucky to have one of these unique constructions, in which we have tried to achieve greater integration in the landscape through the use of traditional materials.