If you are sporty or at least fit, it’s worth exploring the wine district’s core area with an all-day walking programme. In the morning, start the day on the hillside above Balatonfüred, at the Jewish cemetery, at the tomb of the internationally renowned philosopher Ágnes Heller.
From here, walk to the Lóczy Cave, but relax on the way on the terrace of one of the most famous wineries in Balatonfüred with a glass of wine or fruit cordial and admire the view over Balatonfüred. After visiting the Lóczy Cave, climb up to the Jókai Lookout Tower, then walk below the forest and above the vineyards towards Csopak. Have lunch in Csopak in the restaurant or on the terrace of one of its famous wineries, then visit the Csopak watermill and the Truncated Tower and continue hiking above Csopak towards Paloznak.
You can relax on a wine terrace en route or even end the day on one, tasting wine and listening to jazz, with a view of Lake Balaton below the vineyards or continue all the way to the centre of Paloznak and have a delicious dinner in one of its restaurants accompanied by some famous Csopak Rizling.
Balatonfüred-Csopak Wine District
Have a morning paddle in Sajkod Bay, visit Tihany Abbey and enjoy the scent of the lavender fields!
Don’t miss the Hegyestű geological site, the ruined churches in Dörgicse and Veszprém Zoo!