The church ruins of Apáti are located at the north entrance of Tihany Peninsula. Originating from the 12-13th centuries, the only surviving monument of the settlement called Apáti was completely destroyed during the Turkish occupation, and it had to wait for its renewal until the 20th century. Nowadays they have masses and concerts there.

It’s easily accessible from Route 71 towards Sajkod, whether we are going there with car, bicycle, or even by foot from the direction of Tihany.

Tip: The church ruins of Újlak, preserving the memory of the former port-village, are located at the south tip of the peninsula, near the port, but it’s also worth to spend some time around Lake Külső and Lake Belső when you are in Tihany, not to mention the surroundings of the Abbey.

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