Hungary, North Hungary, Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen, Aggtelek
- +36 48 503 005
- 15 April - 15 October.
Alan Rogers Review
Baradla is located in one of the most beautiful Hungarian National Parks, the Aggteleki Nemzeti Park, within an hour’s drive of Hungary’s third largest town, Miskolc. Baradla has 180 pitches, all for tourers but only 16 with electricity (16A, long leads necessary). The level pitches are on one large, unmarked grassy field with shade from a few low trees on one side, on open ground on the other. At the front of the site there is a welcoming and good value bar/restaurant (under separate management) and numerous souvenir shops are opposite. In fact, Baradla Camping is at the entrance of the famous Barlang Caves which form a natural border between Hungary and Slovakia and are the largest caves in the Park.
There are plenty of opportunities for walking and cycling and for visiting several caves. Baradla is fenced, but not gated and in high season, tourists coming out of the Caves pass over the site land. To one end of the site are seven new wooden bungalows.
Toilet facilities are basic and could be pressed in high season, but were clean and well maintained when we visited. They provide British style toilets, open washbasins and controllable showers (free). Basic campers’ kitchen. Fridge. Bar/restaurant. Playground. Bicycle hire. No English is spoken.
LocationFrom Miskolc, take no. 26 road north towards Putnok. At Sájoszentpéter, continue on 27 road north towards Perkupa and follow signs for Aggtelek and the campsite. Link to campsite location map on google
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|N48 28 19||W20 29 32|