The village of Zalesie is lokaded on the rivier bank of Malý Dunaj (Small Danube) surrounded by beatiful views  over the Small Carpatian Hills. This small Slovak village, which has got about  1000 residents,was established shortly after World War I. on the private grounds of Earl Apony. The village was originally know as Gešajov (after Mr. Ignác Gessay ).Original inhabitants of Zálesie (or indeed Gešajov as it was know in those days) came from Stará Bystrica, Nová Bystrica, Terchová and Hlohovec. New development and steady growth of new houses is a good sign for future of  Zálesie  This quite village offers it all.- it is nestled in beautiful countriside yet steel clous to main roads an nearbe towns. Visitors are welcome to have a ride in the horse riding school or enjoy  a boat trip on the rivier. The nearby lakes are suitable for swimming, water sports and fishing. For those who like walking, there are several public footpaths which are particulary popular during autumnal months as the mixture of nature´s colours is at its  best.The area in and around village is also popular for those who like mushroom picking - several varieties of edible mushrooms can be found in the nearby woods.