|Museum of Hungarian Naive Artists||Museums||27km|
|Maďarske muzeum naivniho umeni||Museums||27km|
|Erdei Ferenc Kulturalis es Konferencia Központ||Theatre||27km|
|Kecskemet Town Hall||Town halls||27km|
|Kecskemet City Hall||Town halls||27km|
|Magyar Fotografia Múzeum||Museums||28km|
Kiskunsag National Park covers an area of 570 km² and it is divided into nine segments. It protects the valley of rivers Tisa and Dunaj, salt lakes, marshes, floodplain forests and grasslands. Part of the park is a place where the traditional Hungarian way of living can be seen along with horse and cattle breeding.
Around the village of Fülöpháza you will find a very popular tourist destination - moving sand dunes. The Kolon Lake is a home to protected fauna and flora like rare species of waterfowl and marsh tortoises as well as several species of orchids. Grey geese, black herons and stilts live by salt lakes.
Kiskunsag National Park regularly organises educational residences in this area. A number of marked tourist paths and cycling trails exist in the park. Lakes of Vadkert, Kunféher and Sós are suitable for swimming and camping. The main tourist centre of the park is located in the city of Kecskemét .