Although Makád was built on a hummock in the flood area, it is still surrounded by reed on the northern side. Naturally, the houses in Makád were thatched with reed. When filmmakers wanted to find old-looking villages they often came to shoot to Makád.
Its reformed church is in the main road and was built in copf style in 1805. The Kossuth-statue in front of the church was inaugurated in 1995.
There is the Kengyeles reservation with fishing lakes in the flood area of the Big Danube branch. This is the natural habitat of several protected bird species.

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