18 Mar The honey that bees do not make (elpais.com/elcomidista)
If the walls of the palace of the counts of Frigiliana could talk, they could tell stories to complete the thousand and one Malaga nights. They have had time to write them: the building was built at the beginning of the 16th century using the old rocks of the Arab fortress built 600 years earlier in the town as bricks. The place had a chapel and a specific little room for the Civil Guard. Its façade is illustrated with geometric motifs, it has a sundial and even empty niches on which one day images of San Raimundo and the Virgen del Carmen rested. Walking inside today, where there are 19th century machinery at full capacity, has something magical. And tasty: it is the only cane honey factory that exists in all of Europe.