Near the village tombs with skeletons from the early Iron Age and pottery from the late Iron Age were found. At the beginning of the last century Roman relics were found in the part called Pogányok. Among them there was a beautiful Bacchus-head. The village’s name was first mentioned as Durisley in 1279. Then it belonged to Kőszeg Castle. After Németújváry family it was owned by Charles of Anjou, then later by Garai family. From the 15th century it belonged to Kőszeg, which was then occupied by Austria. From the end of the 17th century it became part of Esterházy estate. Most of the population of 400 are Lutheran even today, there was its independent church in the Middle Ages. Its Romanesque St Marton church was rebuilt in 1769. You can also find some old single-part cellars in Pogányok, which administratively belongs to the village, although it is nearer Kőszeg.