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The beauty of Szigligeti Bay

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  • Szigliget
    Szigliget
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m 104 102 100 98 8 6 4 2 km
moderate
Distance 9.6 km
1:36 h
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105 m
99 m
A SUP hike in a quiet bay in the western basin of Lake Balaton, with a wonderful panoramic view.

If you are on Lake Balaton, Badacsony and the other Tanú mountains are definitely on the top list. And if you visit the Szigligeti Bay, the Keszthely Mountains and the Tapolca Basin will show you their unique face. The coastline, covered with reeds, will take you to Ederics beach, and from there you can enjoy the panorama of Badacsony and Szent György Hill.After the tour, you will definitely appreciate the beauty of Lake Balaton from a different perspective. A much quieter, more measured and closer to nature perspective.


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