Győrújbarát is a village south from Győr in Sokoró-hills. It is a perfect place for excursions and wine tasting. The Babarczy Vineyard and Cellars as well as the procession and party of the Vintage Days are a must.
The main stations of a hiking trip to Győrújbarát are the Lila-hill (300 m), the Francia-kő (French stone - 234m), Rákóczy-tree (183m) and Várkő (278m). Beyond the beauty of the countryside, the most significant European Bee-eater colony can be found here.
Lovasbarát Inn (Lovasbarát Fogadó) in the village organises regular horse-riding and horse-camps.
The village of Nyúl is known for its wines and wine-route. Sárkánylik (The Hole of the Dragon) Cellar is an ideal place to start your tour with. Most of the cellars organise tasting sessions upon prior appointment. The typical wines of the region are white wines, among them Welschriesling, Ezerjó, Leányka, Johannisberg Riesling, Müller-Thurgau and Tramini being the most important ones. Chardonnay, Pinot Gris (Grey Monk) and Sauvignon are becoming popular, too.