Bees are in danger as never before. Our mission is to educate people about those wonderful creatures.
Support us and our bees, by adopting one of our beehives, donating as much as you wish.
Support your local beekeeper, and help us build a global honey family. Join our cause by sending us YOUR local honey.
Tvrdic Family has been beekeeping since 80 years on the island of Solta.
Since recently, the danger to bees’ extinction has become more realistic.
We think that every person can do something to give bees a chance of surviving.
Bees are so much more than just honey. Support us and them, learn about those wonderful creatures and the problems they face in the modern world.
During our teaching experience we have come in contact with a big number of people, and we are happy to realize that the global awareness about the problems the bees are facing is increasing.
Remember to support your local beekeeper, and GIVE BEES A CHANCE
The Tvrdic family has been beekeeping and making honey for three generation in Grohote,on the island of Solta. Our family compound, which includes family run apartments, overlooks the sea and has a wonderful garden filled with different mediterranean plants as well as a small olive grove.
Tvrdic family owns around 200 beehives, and our only mission is to act as an intermediary between the bees and our loyal customers.Read more
Become one of our first beehive adopters! Adopt one of our buzzing houses, paying as much as you wish!Read more
Bees are so much more than just honey. Support us and them, learn about those wonderful creatures and the problems they face in the modern worldRead more
Send us honey from your local producer!Read more
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