Tab is a Central town with 5,100 occupants in the slopes of Outer Somogy. 25 towns have a place with its district. It is arranged south of Lake Balaton, 25 kms from Siófok. It was first said as the bequest of the congregation worked in 1320 out of appreciation for Apostle Saint Peter.
The Tab Gallery is a home exhibition hall of society craftsman and wood carver Ferenc Nagy, who was conceived in Tab. Great child of Tab, is Gyula Takáts, Kossuth Prize victor writer, who is a privileged freeman of Tab. The previous Welsersheimb manor worked in neo-Classic style is currently utilized as an old people's home.
The Mihály Zichy Memorial Museum is housed in the origin and studio in later circumstances, of the considerable painter, in town Zala in the region of the town. The statue of Gyula Rudnay can be found in Bákonymegyer, 6 kms from Tab.
The town with an extraordinary air in lovely characteristic environment, its environs and the entire Koppány valley are perfect for individuals who need to unwind.