Possibly Anthophora quadrimaculata? although there are a number of similar bees in the Med.
No interactions present.
Thanks Eucera for the ID - I had a look around in various publications and ended up tying it in with a specimen in Linnsenmaier's Insects of the world! Not a renowned taxonomic work I know but worth a go I thought as the specimen pictured looked very similar! Is Ameglia still Anthophoridae?
Amegilla and Anthophora are both placed in the Apidae. They are closely related to one another
Lat/Lng: 39.9128, 4.0444
Coastal resort with lots of pine forest and scrubland.