The area has been continuously inhabited since ancient times, and its significance during the Bronze Age and Migration Period is supported by archaeological sources. The famous Csólyos kun burial site was discovered within the village’s borders. Written sources from the 15th century already mention the names of Csólyosszállása and Pálos settlements located in the area that was the center of the Halas kun settlements. As a result of the 18th-century Jászkun Redemption, Pálospuszta was situated on the western side of the Kiskunmajsa-Szeged highway.
Csólyospuszta, located on the eastern side of the road, belonged to Kiskunfélegyháza. After the turn of the century, local initiatives were launched to merge the two puszta areas and become an independent municipality.