There is Bél-kő hill at Bélapátfalva village in North-Hungary. This place awaits you with a wonderful mixture of architectural and natural beauties. Visitors are offered walks in the beautiful Bükk hills, hiking in the forests, relaxing on the shore of a beautiful Laki-valley- lake at the foot of Bélkő hill or visiting the magnificent mediaeval abbey. Huge meadows await the lovers of sports and sunbathing. Barbecue sites are available where visitors can cook dishes in kettles and in a few minutes' walk you can even drink from the crystal clear, ice-cold water of Lóczy spring.
The name of Bélapátfalva village come from „Bél” clane (maybe a Kazar tribute) , „apát” means abbot, and „falva” means village. Th local monk abbey was built at the XIII. century.
There is Bélkő hill over Laki-valley lake
A little beautiful lake is the Laki-valley lake
Bélkő hill Abbey
Horizontal routs made by prisoners at the 1950’ years. Mined stone was the raw material of the local cement factory.
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