Szentbékkálla is a village in Veszprém county, Hungary.Szentbékkálla is a village in the Káli-basin, Balaton-Highland, Hungary. In the medieval ages the village had a monastery of St. Benedict order, that explains its name, because earlier it was Szentbenedekkál (Kál of Saint Benedict).
The Szentbékkálla region is interesting from geological aspects. The volcansim at the Bakony–Balaton Highland Volcanic Field produced beautiful scenic mountains which preserved the elevations of the Pliocene plains. The basalts contain various xenoliths. Among the xenoliths there are igneous inclusions genetically related to basalts.
Genetic and textural characteristics of the host basalt and some of its inclusions are analog from Szentbékkálla, North-Balaton Mountains, Hungary, to the range of the Martian meteorites, the shergottites.