Our first stop is the Eco-farm, located on the Veľký Lél Island and is 15 km from the town of Komárno. The island is more than 3 km long and today is one of the last large islands of the Danube, located in Slovakia. On the Eco-farm you can relax, try horseback riding, water tourism and it is also possible to camp in the area.
Klížska Nemá is a village in Slovakia, located 23.5 km from Komárno. There are sights such as: Reformed Church, Roman Catholic Church of St. Guardian Angels, the mansion of the family Zámory - a single-storey originally late Baroque building on the floor plan of a rectangle with a cylindrical roof from the end of the 18th century.
The mansion of the family Zámory, Foto: https://www.wikiwand.com/sk
The village of Medveďov is located 45.7 km from Komárno and lies on the banks of the Danube and a few kilometers below the largest body of water in Slovakia. There is a Roman Catholic Church of St. Anne.
The Roman Catholic Church of St. Anne, Foto: https://www.wikiwand.com/sk
Gabčíkovo is a waterworks on the Danube River and is located 58.7 km from Komárno. The waterworks was built on the basis of an international agreement from 1977 and, above all, in order to prevent regular floods in this area.
The waterworks in Gabčíkovo, Foto: https://ekonomika.sme.sk/
Šamorín is located 86.1 km from Komárno. It was formed at the main arm of the Danube. The town of Šamorín has a rich tradition. They created a path of fame on Pomle Street with the project Benches of our Personalities. There is also a 10-hectare city forest park POMLÉ. For lovers of the history there is the Municipal Patriotic House, where an exhibition is held, which presents Šamorín traditions and tools of urban crafts.
The forest park Pomle, Foto: https://www.samorincan.sk/
You can continue in the direction of Bratislava through the Hrušov Water-Reservoir, which is part of the Gabčíkovo Waterworks.