Chatka Žabka Dolná Strehová sa nachádza v Dolnej Strehovej, 17 km od Dačovho lomu. K dispozícii tu máte príslušenstvo na grilovanie, záhradu a bar, ako aj bezplatné Wi-Fi.
Z chatky máte priamy prístup na terasu. K vybaveniu chatky patrí kompletne zariadená kuchynka a TV s plochou obrazovkou.
Na deti čaká detské ihrisko v okolí sa dá venovať aj rybolovu.
We will prepare a tailor-made offer within 24 hours on weekdays from 8AM to 16PM.
Not far from the town of Lučenec lies the Ľuboreč reservoir. This locality, which is little known in Slovakia, is a popular place to relax, especially for fishermen, but you can also bathe in it at your own risk.
Thanks to very pleasant climate and favourable geographic position in south of Slovakia between the towns Lučenec and Zvolen, water reservoir Ružiná (called after the near village) – attracts the national and foreign tourist.
Asi 9 metrov vysoký kamenný vodopád situovaný pod hradom Šomoška patrí jednoznačne k najpôsobivejším prírodným výtvorom na Slovensku. Vznikol pred asi štyrmi miliónmi rokov stuhnutím lávy.
Housing a thermal spa and wellness centre, Aquaterm Hotel is located in Dolná Strehová in southern Slovakia, boasting 3 indoor pools, 6 outdoor pools, sauna, hot tub and tepidarium. Wi-Fi in public areas as well as private parking are free of charge.
Hotel Dolina is located directly in the center of Velký Krtíš in the Novohrad region. We arrange various events such as duck feasts, hunting days, and more.
Situated in Velky Krtíš, 300 m from the centre, Penzion Kastiel houses a hot tub with light therapy, an infra sauna with light and music therapy, and a restaurant serving Slovak and traditional cuisine. Free WiFi is available and the front desk is open for 24 hours.
Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and barbecue, Farma Obeckov is set in Obeckov in the Banskobystrický kraj Region. The accommodation boasts a sauna. Dudince is 33 km away. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. The accommodation features a seating area. There is also a kitchen, equipped with an oven. A fridge and kettle are also available. Each unit is equipped with a private bathroom with a bath or shower, free toiletries, and a hairdryer. Towels are offered. Farma Obeckov also includes a sauna. The property also offers grocery delivery and packed lunches. Free use of bicycles is available at the property and the area is popular for hiking. Mátraszentimre is 50 km from Farma Obeckov.
Located in Lučenec, 47 km from Zvolen, Penzión Rocket Club boasts a barbecue and sun terrace. There is a water park on site and guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site.
Ruins of the Modrý Kameň Castle stand on a hill over the smallest town in Slovakia bearing the same name - Modrý Kameň. Nowadays the Castle houses a unique Museum of Puppets and Toys. The originally Gothic Castle was built around 1137. The first known owner of the castle was Ditrich, head of the Zvolen county, from the famous family of Knight Donč.
Novohrad Museum in Lučenec was established in 1955 as the District Homeland Studies Museum in Halič. In the years 1967 – 1985 it was relocated to Fiľakovo under the name of the Novohrad Museum. Since 1985 it has been located in the monument building of county courthouse in the historical centre of the town of Lučenec.
he village Divín is situated next to the water reservoir Ružiná in south of central Slovakia. Ruins of the medieval Divín Castle can be seen above the village.
V zrekonštruovaných priestoroch Zichyho kaštiela v Divíne sa nachádza Múzeum histórie obce Divín. V jeho expozíciách získate zhliadnete prehľad histórie, prírody a iných zaujímavostí obce Divín.
The distinct dominant of the town Fiľakovo on the Slovak-Hungarian frontier are the ruins of its Castle, which survived the Tartar raids in the 13th century.
Ruins of the Čabraď Castle are in the Krupinská planina plain in south of Slovakia.
The fort Bzovík in the south of central Slovakia next to more northerly situated village of Bzovík is another mute witness of local history.
The Turkish bridge over the river Ipeľ in Poltár, in the south of central Slovakia, is the third oldest preserved bridge of its kind in Slovakia.
In the administrative territory of the village Šiatorská Bukovinka, in immediate vicinity of the Slovak-Hungarian frontier can one observe traces of the past volcanic activity in form of a huge basalt rock with one of the most picturesque Slovak castle on top of it. It is the Šomoška Castle, unique among the Slovak castles as it is built of unconventional hexagonal basalt pillars.