Abasár is a village in the county of Heves, northeast of Hungary. It lies in the foothills of Mátra, on the slopes of Sár-hegy and in the valley of Bene-stream.

The history of our village dates back to around 2.500 B.C. which was determined by excavated stone and bone tools. The original name of the settlement was Saár, which has been connected to the Aba clan. Samuel Aba was the 3rd king of Hungary. During his reign he established a monastery here, and was also buried in this town in 1044 A.D. according to Illuminated Chronicle. In 1901, our village was renamed to Abasár.

There are several historical attractions to see like the Castle of Baldácsy, the medieval Roman Catholic Church, the early medieval cellars, chapels, Kapásház.

Besides the sights, there are wine events every year around the end of April like Rügyfakadás Ünnepe (Festival of Grape Budding) as well as Katona- és Bordalfesztivál (Soldiers- and Wine Music Festival).