Szoroshadi út – 'Money pits'
Starting from the end of Pilikáni út, Szoroshadi út runs between Pilikáni forest and Meleghegy. According to narratives, the origin of the name can be traced back to a Turkish time battle, where the Hungarians "squeezed the Turks" in the area and won victory over it. Traces of wide pits and ditches can be discovered in many places along the area, on the surface of which the gravel layer of the bedrock can be seen.
The legend about these ditches and pits marking the traces of excavation is that before the destruction of Falud settlement in Turkish times, the village judge fearfully buried his treasure chest, on the border of the adjacent forest. No one survived the Turkish invasion (1548), and later people did not even know exactly where the treasure might be, so they dug up the supposed edge of the forest, of course to no avail. Hence the name of the pit, ditched places: "Money pits".
It is also nationally rare for many valuable and highly protected plants to occur in such a relatively small area. There are black pine forests around 27-30 years old in the area. Rare and valuable plants on the clearings between them, resp. occur in arrows. Among its protected plant rarities, the highly protected flycatcher and the frost flower stand out. The latter has about 25-70 flowering stems per year. In Hungary, such a unique place is known only here.