Manor, Salföld

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Manor, Salföld

Traditional Hungarian breeds of farm animals, animal-stroking area, photo exhibition about butterflies: 'Abstract Nature', exhibition of agricultural machines, playground, spice and herb garden

Place, how to arrive:

Salföld, at the edge of the village, towards Kékkút and Tapolca

GPS: 46.836624, 17.549983


Teljes képernyős nézet megtekintése

Marked hiking trails lead to Salföld Manor:
Green stripe and blue stripe

Bus and train schedule

Opening hours


from 1. June 2024

Monday–Tuesday: closed

Wednesday–Thursday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Friday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

The ticket office closes 30 minutes before the closing time of Visitor Centre.

Manor, Salföld:

Salföld can be found in the heart of the Balaton Uplands National Park, on the border between Káli Basin and the Badacsony region, only a few kilometres from Lake Balaton. The National Park Directorate established the Manor on the outskirts of the village keeping traditional Hungarian breeds of farm animals. The animal-stroking area is the favourite spot of the children.

The site also gives home to a picturesque, new photo exhibition about butterflies: 'Abstract Nature'.

The spice and herb garden of the Manor gives an adventure of fragrances to the visitors, the exhibition of agricultural machines provides a spotlight on traditional farming. Horse shows, pony riding, horse riding, horse-carriage tours are among the services of the manor as well. A souvenir shop, buffet and playground await visitors.

Traditional folk architecture is still kept alive in the village, so after visiting the Manor it is well worth taking a short walk among the beautifully renovated dwelling houses. The Káli Basin with its numerous geological, botanical, cultural assets - especially the Hegyestű Geological Interpretive Site, the "seas of stones" and the ruins of a cloister situated south of Salföld, in a forest - can be discovered on foot, by bicycle, on horseback or with horse-driven coaches.

The area of the Bakony–Balaton Geopark includes this exhibition site and its surrounding as well.

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