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The campsite is situated at a distance of 100 m from the 10-km-long Dombori-Danube on 2,7 hectares and provides camping sites for 300 persons. The ground is grass-covered, huge pinetrees, planetrees and poplars give calming shadow to our campers ( tent, caravan, motor caravan ). Restaurant for 120 persons and a small playground for children make your holiday unforgettable.

bogracs.jpg (10938 bytes)Those having neither tent nor caravan can stay in a wooden-bungalow or in a small motel. There are 3 wooden-bungalows, each having 6 double-bedrooms. In these separated bungalows you can enjoy your holiday more peacefully. The motel has 18 double-bedrooms each having washbasin.

For those interested in excursions, we are ready to organize programs to Gemenc Forest and also to Sárköz, the area of folklore. Local traditional dishes and wines of Szekszárd will be presented in the spirit of  the year of the culinary delights.

Programs in Dombori:

  • designated jet-ski, motorboat, water-ski area on the Danube (5 km )

  • disco clubs

  • horse-riding ( 3 km from the accomodation )

  • tennis -court ( 50 m from the accomodation )

  • football field ( 100 m from the accomodation )

  • beach volleyball ( 100 m from the accomodation )

  • fishing for record-sized welse

  • boating

  • table-tennis

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  • hunting big games in Gemenc

  • hunting small games in the surrounding woods

  • all sorts of organisations including licences are undertaken

Excursion tips:

  • to the area of living folklore, Sárköz, where the village museum in Decs, a traditional Sárköz wedding and wonderful folk costumes can be seen

  • to Gemenc, where the wetland forest situated by the Danube on 50 000 hectares and Gemenc Gamereserve can be visited both by narrow-gauge train and boat plying on the Sió and Danube. Trophy Museum situated next to Gamereserve was renovated in 1971 on the occasion of the International Hunting Exhibition. The museum now gives home to the Exhibition of Wildlife in Gemenc.

  • Boat-excursion on the Danube

  • Horse-riding in Gemenc

  • Excursion to Szekszárd, the town of spicy wines


As one of the last undisturbed wetland forest of Europe, Gemenc Forest is the mostCsendes táj (27988 bytes) significant natural area of the region.  Gemenc Forest lying along the Danube on 50 000 hectares has a very dence, jungle-like vegetation.  Different sorts of trees live alongside each other such as 150-year-old pedunculate oak, white willow, black poplar, black walnut. Groves, brushwoods, glades, ponds and backwaters of the Danube give variety to the forest. The thick undergrowth offers nutriment and ideal  sanctuary to red deers, boars, deers and small game animals. Deep-lying areas get underwater during flood . The marshy and reed-covered parts of the wetlands give home to thousands of rare and endangered birds such as black storks, grey herons, black woodpeckers. The coexistence of  thick, jungle-like vegetation and barrenness of wetlands  gives a unique sight. The forest can be visited by both narrow-gauge train and boat plying on the Sió and the Danube. The train cuts through the forest at a length of appr. 30 km . You might be lucky enough to see deers and boars standing on glades. The train leaves from Bárányfok ( situated 8 km from Szekszárd ), the boat's port can be found at Sió-torkolati mű.


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