Bodoň are the remains of a castle built on the bedrock of Sigord. The origin of the castle by the first written record dates back to the 13th century. After the Tatar invasion in the late 13th century it was seriously damaged and no longer renewed. Castle Thus there seems to be only a few decades.
Currently there are traces of a small castle on the rocky plateau, on the edge that is larger regular mound – traces of the peripheral walls. Traces of stone towers are the highest part of the platforms, and today can be read at the circular floor plan. Other traces of brick buildings on the platform are not, but probably on the platform were also other wooden residential and farm buildings.
For the demolition led a large trail of gold mines and Sigord.
The water reservoir
was built originally for the purpose of flood protection, which is used for bathing, for water sports and in winter for skating as well. This tank was later deleted. This was due to its disrepair – technology namely dams destroyed by vandals and thieves robbed metals. Recreation area subsequently fell. Between 2011 – 2012 the tank is refurbished and re-filled the embeded fish. At present, it is mainly used by fishermen can be in it but at your own risk and bathe …
The nearby swimming pool can be found a few meters from our resort.