It is a blind alley village lying in the Bükk National Park. Its church is an ancient monument built in the 12th century, since 1730 it is a pilgrim place. One of the mills built along the Kács-patak (Kács brook) is open to the public with its original equipments. The herb bath culture of the Benedictines was founded on the lukewarm watered spring rising in the former monastery's yard. We have to also mention the small fortress ruins, the cave dwelling, the stone chamber, the Calvary, the rock... tovább altar, the religion history memorial park. Along forest nature trail of the open-air school and marked tour routes we see canyon, special forest associations, and caves.
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