Open from: 1. January
Open till: 31. December
Opening hours: 01/01-31/12
Attendability: during opening hours, optional guiding Professional guidance: For students and pensioners: 13000HUF, for adults: 17000HUF. min. no of person: 10
Description: This is a vast sodic lowland plain of the Great Hungarian Plain, the former flood area of the River Danube with a calcareous-sodic soil, second in size only to Hortobágy. It presents a nice variation of sodic meadows, grazing lands, sodic terraces and blind sodic flats with a typical vegetation consisting of various saltresistant and halphyte species. The vast untached land gives home to the largest and steadiest population of the great bustard in Hungary. In the sodic grasslands traditional extensive animal husbandry is still alive. Typical ancient Hungarian domestic animals, including the grey cattle and racka sheep graze on the territory.
Charachteristic (natural value): zoological value, botanical value, water habitat, Look-out tower, educational path