The longest narrow gauge system in Hungary is situated near the village called Csömödér. Passenger traffic is just on the 32 km long Lenti- Csömödér- Bázakerettye- Kistolmács route is available. One of the starting points of the narrow-gauge railways situated near to Hotel and Restaurant Denis.
Tourist attractions of the region are the Lenti Thermal Bath and the St. George Energy Park where the water has high levels of sodium hydrogen carbonate which is good for the musculoskeletal system, the joints, the spine and the circulation.
Lenti is a small town with a really traditional marketplace in the midst of the town.
Lenti is so around 15 km from the Hungarian- Slovenian border, so we always offer to our guests to make a trip to Lendava, the first town after the border, or to Dobrovnik.
Are you looking for experiences and adventure? The Adventur park in Márokföld is a sporty and exciting leisure opportunity for children and adults too.
Hungarian folk art is a unique treasure in Europe. In Zalabaksa you can find the House of Handycraft with an exhibition of ivory carving, treen, and fancy works. The artists are Mr. Ottó Horváth, the major of the village, and his wife Mrs. Elisabeth Császár Horváth.