The Borostyán-kút is a popular excursion destination of special beauty. Even before the founding of the monastery, there are legends and folk traditions connected to the place. The Amberstone rock towering above the surrounding the meeting of the three springs was presumably also a place of sacrifice for our pagan anchestors. According to tradition, St. Günther, who proposed the foundation of the Béli monastery, and St. Gellert, who was later martyred, spent a few years in hermitage near this place. There is a well-maintained resting place and a small chapel on the shore of the artificial pond. The calvary with the figures of Christ, the Virgin Mary and St. John is located at the top of the rock, to which a station consisting of 14 images leads.