Investment opportunities

On this page Gyenesdiás would like to provide information about opportunities that may generate interest in our settlement. The favourable geographical location of the settlement (on the shore of Lake Balaton, near Keszthely and Hévíz) and its tourist attractions provide advantageous opportunities for enterprises.

Open-air theatre providing enough space for 7.500 people

Tourism

Lake Balaton

General information:
Gyenesdiás is one of the most intensively developing settlements in the Western Balaton Region, a popular holiday resort among tourists.
The open-air theatre can be found in the northern part of the settlement, in an unused mine yard, near the future site of a 350 room Hotel, surrounded by Australian pines. Its operation can be in close connection with the high-standard of cultural life in Keszthely and its programmes. It is located in the same region as Keszthely, Hévíz
and Tapolca with a total of a population of 70.000 people and several hundred thousand tourists each year.

The administrative area of the settlement: 1.850 ha
Inner territory: 785 ha
Population: 3.150 people
Population by day: 3.900 people
Population at night: 33000 people
Seasonal population: 7-8.000 people

The legal situation of the scene: in accordance wih the general plans of the village, the area is designated to be an open-air theatre.
Ownership: Forestry, Gyenesdiás
More information: 8318 Gyenesdiás, Tanácsház u. 29., Fax: +36/83 510 188
Present use: unused dolomite mine

Scene/development area: the owner intends to sell the area or have it registered as his own investment in the enterprise together with his planned activities.

Location: It is situated at the northern end of Jókai Street, 800 m from main road no. 71.

The scene: The area designated for the open-air theatre lies at the northern edge of the settlement in a mine yard dug under the ground level. The walls of the mine at some points reach a height of 50 m. Acoustic investigations have found it excellent for the intended purpose.
The area can be supplied with public utilities by developing the public services in Jókai Street.

Neighbourhood page

Location: It is situated in the northern part of the settlement, on the southern slopes of the Keszthely Hills, in a mine yard surrounded by Australian pines. A multi-storey car park and service establishments are going to be built on the western side while the stage and the auditorium are going to be placed in an almost circular hollow on the eastern side. From the north the Nagymezõ rest area visited by huge masses of people connects directly to this territory.

Neighbourhood land use: It is surrounded by the residential area of the settlement from the south, by the planned hotel from the west and by forests from the north and the east.

Transport: It can be accessed by motor vehicles on public roads; the vehicles (coaches as well) can be parked in the before-mentioned multi-storey car park. The settlement can be reached by regular coach services and by train as well.

Public utilities: The necessary public services specified later on can be provided by the public utilities in Jókai Street. Since it is an area without an outlet, meteoric water has to be brought to higher elevations by feed pumps.

Regulations of the plan

General regulations: general plans

Area: Open-air theatre – with the consideration of the feasibility study made on the basis of the existing acoustic investigation, geodesic survey and environmental efficiency study.

Note:
It is a Landscape-Protection Area and lies on the border line of the Balaton-Uplands National Park. An efficiency study must be made.

Further information:
At the Mayor’s Office in Gyenesdiás (Gyenesdiás, Kossuth u. 97. Tel: +36-83/312-737)


Open-air theatre providing enough space for 7.500 people:




Hotel with 350 rooms

General information:

Gyenesdiás is one of the most intensively developing settlements in the Western Balaton Region, a popular holiday resort among tourists.
The hotel with 350 rooms would be built in the northern part of the settlement, in a mine yard surrounded by Australian pines, near the planned open-air theatre that is going to provide enough space for 7.500 people, with a beautiful view to the Keszthely bay of Lake Balaton. This establishment is 9 km from Hévíz and has direct road connections to it.

The administrative area of the settlement: 1.850 ha
Inner territory: 585 ha
Population: 2.830 people
Population by day: 3.500 people
Population at night: 3.000 people
Seasonal population: 12-15.000 people

The legal situation of the scene: in accordance the general plans of the village, the area is designated to be a hotel with 350 roomshe .
Ownership: Forestry, Gyenesdiás
Present use: unused dolomite mine

Scene/development area: the owner intends to sell the area or have it registered as his own investment in the enterprise together with his planned activities.

Location: The area can be accessed from Hunyadi Street which is directly connected to main road no. 71.

The scene: The area designated for the hotel is located in the northern part of the settlement, on a hillside surrounded by Australian pines, with a view to the Keszthely bay. A dolomite mine used to operate on this territory; the building site is flat, almost horizontal. The mine yard is surrounded by 20-30 m high vertical dolomite walls, thus forming a semicircle.
The climate is perfectly suitable for the follow-up treatment of eye and respiratory diseases and the therapeutic potentialities of Hévíz can be well utilised.

Neighbourhood page

Location: It is linked to the end of Hunyadi Street that is connected to main road no. 71, entirely surrounded by forests.

Neighbourhood land use: It is bordered by the residential and holiday area of the settlement from the south and the west, by the planned open-air theatre from the east and by the Keszthely Hills from the north.

Transport: It can be accessed by motor vehicles on public roads or on foot. The settlement is connected to the regular coach and the train service network as well.
Public utilities: According to the needs to be specified later their development and expansion are required.
There is a high voltage overhead cable and a transformer on the territory.

Regulations of the plan

General regulations: general plans

Zone: Hotel – with the consideration of a feasibility study made on the basis of the existing acoustic investigation, geodesic survey and environmental efficiency study.

Note:
It is a Landscape-Protection Area and lies on the border line of the Balaton-Uplands National Park. An efficiency study has to be made.


Hotel with 350 rooms: