to its water-area which is excellent for fishing, to its kayak-canoe
pathway of high-level, to its well built-up open-air pools the village of
Fadd-Dombori situated 24 km from Szekszárd has been a popular
holiday resort for a long time. Fadd-Dombori lies in beautiful
environment, close to the Danube and Gemenc National Park and often gives
home to international competitions. The good quality of the services
is guaranteed by the Rencz Family.
Parks of Fadd-Dombori are well looked after, their blooming vegetation makes your holiday enjoyable. Singing of birds, clear, fresh air, beautiful flora affords our guests unforgettable days.Watersports fans can rent boats, kayaks, canoes, paddle-boats.
The upper reaches of the Danube-branch are especially delightful for those who like silence and have a passion for fishing. In front of the campsite there is a kayak-canoe pathway well-known in Europe. International contests ( also world championchip ) have already taken place here. Other noted international competitions are also organized in Fadd-Dombori.
VNature lovers, those interested in fishing, watersports fans, triathlonists, all will take pleasure in the Danube River and its backwaters from early spring till late autumn. The branches of the Danube can be navigable at a length of 32 km.
Our apartments are found in the centre of Fadd-Dombori, directly bordered by Dombori-Danube and have an own landing-stage.
Our first-rate accomodations:
Programs in Dombori:
SOME MORE WORDS ABOUT GEMENC FOREST
As one of the last undisturbed wetland forest of Europe, Gemenc Forest is the most 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.