This festival started in 2014 with the aim to promote traditions within the honey world.
It is a family orientated festival to have a fun day filled with honey related activities.
The activities of the festival consist of:
Visit Muria Apiarian Interpretation Centre
Transfers to the Natural Space
Dress as a beekeeper
Visit the beehives and harvest honey
See the extraction of the honey and taste honeys
The first honey harvesting festival included a popular calçot lunch and with El Perelló’s brass band Xim Xim Mig Grau entertaining. Nearly 300 people participated in this edition.
The second edition included as a novelty a restaurant lunch, six restaurants from El Perelló participated and when purchasing the entrance tickets you could choose from their six different menus. Also as a novelty local “Jotes amb Joseret i la seva Rondalla” performed at the end of the day.
The third edition of the honey harvesting festival was moved to October and added to the honey tasting a new range of organic honey “pleasure and well-being” (organic honey with added organic ingredients) awarded best new organic product as the fair Biocultura 2016.