Hévíz, Keszthely, Gyenesdiás and Vonyarcvashegy sit cosily side by side in the northwestern corner of the Balaton. We explored the area in search of things to do around here.
Szentbékkálla is a mere stone’s throw away from Mindszentkálla’s Káli Kapocs. A new and exciting place called Pegazus has opened its gates here recently.
We spent a night at the Velocipéd Guesthouse, which might easily grow to be local centre for cyclists next year.
If the Balaton Bike Ring with more than 200 kilometres is no longer a challenge for you, check out its little brother.
Enjoy the wonderful kifli with Liptauer and a glass of fresh lemonade in the shade of the trees of KerékBár, before retiring for a siesta inside.
If you happen to be in Tihany on any Saturday, be sure to pop in!
Following a tiring trek on the hills of the northern Balaton shore, you will feel more recharged after a glass of cold lavender cordial than the strongest isotonic sports drink.
A ruin pub in the most romantic region of Lake Balaton might sound somewhat bizarre - at least until you take a seat on the terrace of Káli-Kapocs, which will prove that the place and the surroundings were made for each other.
Magnificent panorama, rich vegetation, a pleasant pine grove and the story how a bunch of fishermen escaped from the icy Balaton. All this awaits you on the walk up to the Szent Mihály Chapel in Vonyarchvashegy.
A bit of Somogy County, a bit of India and a bit of the Shire from the Lord of the Rings. The Krishna Valley in Somogyvámos is closed but open to all, mystical and profane. Sacred cows, friendly inhabitants, no alcohol, no violence, no electricity.