The city limits include a part of the Wolves forest, crossed by the route of the national blue tour, and home to the 300-year-old witch trees, protected Louis beeches, and pedunculated oak witness trees of József-manor.

Some monuments of interest in the village are the late-baroque catholic church (St. John the Baptist), the sights of which are the side-altar pieces by István Dorfmeister, an academic painter from Vienna, the also late-baroque Káldy Castle (Pharmacy) and Maróthy Castle (Hubertus restaurant), as well as the romantic style stud-farm and stable of Szitamajor, with a foal-race-track.