Máré Vára Camping
Hungary, Southern Danube, Baranya, Magyaregregy
Alan Rogers Review
Máré Vára takes its name from an ancient castle situated on top of a hill, two kilometres away, where the German noble family of Mariën once lived. The site is on archaeological ground: where the main house now stands, there used to be a monastery and centuries before that there was an ancient Roman settlement. Some 40 pitches (36 with 10A electricity) are on slightly sloping, well kept fields. On site is a small swimming pool (7x3 m). Modern toilet facilities are in an old barn and here in the walls one can see remains of the former monastery.
All the facilities were clean and tidy when we were there. Máré Vára is a good base from which to explore this relatively unknown part of Hungary and is only 20 minutes by bus from the interesting historic town of Pécs, named Cultural Capital of Europe in 2010.
Modern and clean toilet facilities (in a former barn) with British style toilets, some washbasins in cabins and controllable showers (free, hot water variable). Washing machine. Motorhome services. No shop, but bread to order. Small bar with terrace for drinks and ice-cream (1/5-30/9). Swimming pool (7x3 m) on site. Playground. Social events organised. TV room with satellite, DVD and video. Free WiFi over site.
Magyaregregy is northeast of Pécs. Site is just outside Magyaregregy on the left and well signed.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N46 14 0||W18 18 29|