Several thousand people visit the Hévíz Farmers’ Market every day, and hundreds stand impatiently in front of the entrance even before it opens because it is a place of interest not only for the locals.
The market offers a rich supply of traditional products, and it provides countless artisans, such as famous potters and cornhusk doll makers, blacksmiths and lace-makers, with the opportunity to exhibit and sell their top-quality merchandise.
As regards old curiosities, trading at the Hévíz Farmers’ Market works like at a well-oiled flea market. The image of the market is not tarnished by drills, second-hand clothes or Chinese kitchen knives, only products reminiscent of old times are for sale here.
A blue ribbon day at Balatonfüred, with the unveiling of a new harbour, Kékszalag, capable of accommodating some 140 sailing boats.