Szatta is one of the tiniest communities in the Őrség region. Its inhabitants abandoned the place during Turkish times. The former village (Puszta Szatta) was to the east of the current one, somewhere near the forester’s hut; its place is marked by a memorial column. The Calvinist belfry was erected in 1912. The local cultural centre has a small exhibition on the community’s history.
One section of the path leading to Csöde goes through an area referred to as ‘Barátosa’. Local legend has it that the geographical name refers to Pauline friars who had a monastery to the west of Alsócsöde during the Middle Ages.
Faluház (Hostel) - Szatta Fő u. 16. Tel.: (36) 94 548-308 

Kiskemence Vendégház / Guesthouse - Szatta Fő u. 12. Tel.: (36) 30 200-9180 E-mail: Web:

Kópic Vendégház / Guesthouse - Szatta Fő u. 2. Tel.: (36) 30 410-8139 E-mail:



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