"Geyserite cones of the peninsula are tangible outcomes of volcanic activities. They also offer great views over the inside of the peninsula, Belső-tó (Inner Lake) and Tihany.
The view from this rock formation clearly reveals the landform of Tihany peninsula: you can see a bowl-shaped depression with a high rim and two small ponds. In clear weather, just beyond Balaton Uplands you may spot Kőris-hegy, the highest peak of Bakony Mountains, with its signature radar station. The viewpoint offers a picturesque view over Tihany and its abbey sitting on the rim. Belső-tó (Inner Lake) strikingly contrasts against the bright green colour of Balaton in the background."