Martonyi village’s most widely known monument is the former Pauline monastery , on the edge of the settlement. Built in the Gothic style, in 1347, the walls of its church and the triumphal arch can still be seen today. The Aggtelek National Park initiated the restoration of the church ruins in 2003. A blazed tourist trail leads from the village to the ruins of the monastery.
Lake Rakaca, an artificial lake some 2km from Martonyi, has become particularly popular with tourists favouring water sports and angling.
Martonyi - Pauline Monastery