Boglár’s marina and the boat stop named after Dezső Kaáli Nagy, the chief architect of Balaton’s boat stops, share the eastern side of the town’s harbor. The other side of the bay enclosed by two peninsulas is taken up by Sellő Campgrounds. If you are looking for something to do on dry land after a sailing session, you can find two of Boglár’s splendid attractions nearby: Gömbkilátó and the Balaton Screw Steamer. For something to eat, drop by Paletta on your way to the local train station.

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