Vilonya lies on the borderline between the Bakony Hills and Mezőföld. It has a varied landscape with hills, fields and meadows. Dolomite barrens, karst shrub-forests and planted pine forests make the region even more colourful. You can explore the area on a hiking tour. You can take a pleasant walk on the banks of the zigzaggy Séd Brook, look for the traces of old mills or climb up to the top of Mt. Sukori. The legend has it that Emperor Franz Joseph I was watching the army exercises in Hajmáskér from here. Vilonya has an active relationship with its twin town, i.e. Nyitracsehi, so you can make yourself familiar the cultures of both towns within the scope of local events.

How to come here

You can access Vilonya from roads no. 8, 71 and 72. It is easily accessible also by bus and coach. It does not have a railway station; the nearest railway station can be found in Hajmáskér.


Vilonyai Iskolakápolna; Református templom

Contact of the local government

Common Local Government Office of Vilonya

8194 Vilonya Kossuth utca 18.

Tel.: +36 88 589 810