is located 25 km from Pécs
, by the Villany wine region and is one of Hungary’s most beautiful spas. Countless
hotels and apartments are serving the guests arriving for holiday stay and the visitors with cultural interests. The most important sights are the Futó László Pál Museum, the
Zsigmondy promenade, the park of Fsoka, the Harka-well, and most importantly the thermal spa and open-air bath which are so popular, that tourist often refer to Harkány as the
„Mecca for rheumatism”
. The thermal water contains sulphur which has a prodigious healing effect on the human body. The thermal spa was rewarded with the highest
possible qualification by the Hungarian Bath Association
. These 5 stars show that the visitor will find excellent quality of services, clean environment and friendly staff with
language skills in the facilities of the bath. The thermal spa has a great accessibility and infrastructure and it is equipped with modern information tools making the stay even
more comfortable. The private bacteriological laboratory is the guaranty for the always excellent quality of the thermal water.
The open-air bath in a 13.5-acre park
is awaiting from May to October the guests who wish to heal as well as the families with
children with its regular pool, waveless pool, children’s pool and water slides.
If you have cultural interest, you can visit the László Pál Museum, also known as the house of dimensions
. In this special
museum the wonderfull piece of arts became stereoscopic throughout 3D glasses, making the visit a very special experience. The Zsigmony promenade
is waiting for you with
its comfortable benches and artworks. You can find the famous Harka-wel
l here made of Zsolnay materials. According to legend, the devil came up to the Earth and fell in
love with the most beautiful girl in the neighborhood, Harka. Harka’s mother was a witch, who did not want the devil to marry her daughter therefore she made the devil to take a
test: if he can plow the mountain by sunrise, he can marry Harka. The devil failed the test because of the witch’s magic and as he disappeared in the ground, sulphurous water
flushed to the surface. Not far from the Harka-well there is the Millennium Monument
decorated with porcelain pictures of Miklós Faragó painter.