Camping Oázis Tanya

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  • Address: I Körzet 15, H-6411 Zsana


Oázis Tanya is situated in Zsana. Zsana is part of the province of Bács-Kiskun in southern Hungary. The village has about 900 inhabitants and consist of some 150 acres of land. Closest cities are Kiskunhalas (14km), Kiskunmajsa (17km) and Szeged (42km). Livestock and agriculture are the main means of income for the inhabitants. This area is also known for gas production and storage.

House of culture and Village museum
In the village there is a house of culture and the village museum with changing exhibitions. Culture is a very important activity in Zsana.

Horse day / Lovasnap
In the second half of april there is a horse day in Zsana. With a showjumping concours, carriage and pair races but also with demonstrations by riders from the nearby Bugac Puszta.

Folk dance day / Néptancenap
The folk dance day is held in June. During the day many folk dance groups perform from various contreien like Hungary, Poland, Latvia, Ukraine, Greece and many more.

National holiday / Falunap
The 20th of August is a national holiday in the whole of Hungary. This day is also known as Saint Stevens day, who was the first king of Hungary and is the patron saint of the country. There are celebrations in all the towns and villages then. In Zsana these festivities are normally accompanied by the local marching band and majorettes.

Winefest / Szüretibal
Every October it is winefest time.

Standard component of all festivities is the joint lunch (ebéd) at noon. And that’s always Pörkölt. Pörkölt is a Hungarian stew of beef or pork, chicken or lam, bell pepper and other vegetables. Usually enjoyed with some bread, gherkins or sweet pickles. Don’t confuse it with goulash, which is a soup. The traditional Hungarian stews: pörkölt, filled cabbage leaves, filled bell peppers and the traditional soup “Goulash” are seen as Hungary’s national specialties.
Usually after a small period of rest, the festivities continue in the early mornings with many performances. Museum ZsanaPörkölt