Körös or Hármas Körös River is 455 km long, formed in East-Hungary by the junction of three headstreams that rise in Transylvania, NW Romania. It meanders west through farmland to the Tisza River at Csongrád. The Körös is used for irrigation.
The Körös-Maros National Park which was established on 16th January 1997 manages the nature protecting activities of the Southern Great Plain in order to preserve the nature and landscape there. The operational area of the National Park is 800 000 hectares.
A holiday in Hungary is not only more affordable than in many other parts of the world but even the location is very favorable for European visitors, especially the neighboring countries. From Budapest it takes only 2-3 hours to travel to Gyomaendrőd.
Gyomaendrőd, this small and quiet town in Hungary is lying on flatland at the heart of the Southern Great Plain in the midst of yawning forests, flowery meadows and quiet billabongs.
Gyomaendrőd is a small and quiet town located in Békés County, South-East Hungary on the left bank of the Hármas-Körös River. Its climate is continental and the count of sunny hours is 2000 per year.
Templomzugi Weekend Home
Horgász-Oázis Fishing Cottage
Matula Fishing Cottage
XVII. "Bogrács (Cauldron) Day" Potato Paprikash Cooking Competition