Pajta in Salföld is a gallery, a restaurant, a guesthouse, and an iconic meeting place on the Balaton Uplands. Its story began in 1984 when photographer László Török and his wife bought an old farmer’s cottage by Lake Balaton, which they transformed into their permanent home three years ago. As they only have two rooms to let, accommodation is not their primary profile – Pajta is more of a meeting spot for artists, about 30 of whom are more closely associated with the gallery. The interior is pleasantly eclectic with more than 100 photos displayed on the walls inside. Pajta is the perfect place if you want to leave the monotony of everyday life behind, and the cuisine here is very much worth trying as well.
A blue ribbon day at Balatonfüred, with the unveiling of a new harbour, Kékszalag, capable of accommodating some 140 sailing boats.