Turning off Main Road 7, you can get to Rádpuszta, where the ruins of a 13th century church, made of sandstone and bricks, await.

Supported by late Romanesque pillars, the 8-10 metres tall walls are still awe-inspiring. The ruins are surrounded by the cemetery of the late village of Rád. The area has recently been landscaped.

The place often hosts theatre plays and classical concerts on summer evenings. The best time to visit the ruins is during sunrise or sunset.