It is located 16 km from Sopron, between Hegykő and Hidegség. The bicycle path surrounding Lake Fertő passes through the village. The village is part of the Fertő-Hanság National Park and the Fertő World Heritage Area. Most of its inhabitants are of Croatian origin, whose ancestors settled here in the 16th century. The local tambura band and the folk-dance group cherish their traditions.


Country house: The farmhouse built after the fire of 1930 presents the past and traditions of this culturally specific village. The country house is venue for traditional events, for the Village Day, the Walnut Festival, and the World Heritage Day.

St. Anne's Church: The first church in the village was built in 1729. The narrow building, which had deteriorated over time, was demolished in 1900. The new, Neo-Romanesque, single-nave, single-tower church was built in 1901 according to the plans of the Sopron architect József Ullein.

Twayblade educational trail: The tour starts from the St. Anne’ church on a slightly sloping gravel road perpendicular to the main road behind the building of the Fertőhomok Mayor's Office. After about 300 meters on the left side of the road you see the “Twayblade” educational trail. The trail created in 2011 presents the flora and fauna of the Fertő-Hanság National Park and the bog fields on information boards.

GPS: 47.619636 / 16.771045