Steep cliff walls, cool mountain streams, caves and local cheese.
Following the creek of Vargyas gorge, we walk along hanging bridges. We look into the largest cave in the gorge, which got its name from the great Szekler, Balázs Orbán. We climb back to the top of the gorge, to see the wonderful panorama. Then local producers will introduce us to the traditional cheese culture.
The dripstone cave and the 3 km long Varghis canyon await the visitors with many small surprises and beautiful landscapes. With over a hundred caves of different dimensions, the Varghis canyon was formed by the Varghis creek breaking through the limestone blocks. After walking to the Almás-cave, the largest and most famous of the canyon we will visit the local cheese producer’s house, where everyone can taste the delicacies they make.