The view of the village is determined mainly by houses built after the flood in 1954. The church was erected in the 18th century in baroque style, its fresco is ascribed to Maulbertsch. You can find other relics worth seeing in the church just like the Passion painting coming from the capuchin cloister of Magyaróvár and also the relief carving of the pulpit.
The settlement is bounded from the north by a 70-hectare, water-lily-covered mort lake. On the shore of the lake a study-trail with rain-shelters, rest areas and lookouts for bird watching is waiting for the hikers. The shady alley of Chestnut Trees along the road to Darnózseli is also picturesque. Main tourist attraction of Lipót is the totally renovated and enlarged thermal spa and aquapark with its 6 pools. It is fed by a spring of 65 degrees breaking up from a depth of 2000 metres. The water is acknowledged mineral water that is suitable not only for bathing, but also for treatment of various illnesses in form of inhalation or drinking cures.