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Where is Frauenkirchen and St. Martins Therme & Lodge?
Frauenkirchen is located in the Burgenland state, the most easterly part of Austria, in the district of Neusiedl am See/Burgenland. Podersdorf am See and Gols are only 8 km away, the provincial capital Eisenstadt can be reached in 60 km. Frauenkirchen is home to 2,866 people. This picturesque small town sits right at the shore of Lake Neusiedl /Seewinkel. Seewinkel defines the entire area east of the lake, including Podersdorf am See, Gols, Sankt Andrä am Zicksee and Wallern. Before the Fall of the Iron Curtain the north-eastern region was called Heideboden and the south-eastern Hanság.
What’s the weather like in Frauenkirchen am Neusiedlersee?
The climate is temperate and warm with a yearly average temperature of 10.0 °C. Austrians as well as tourists from all over Europe enjoy their holidays at the wonderful Lake Neusiedl. Check out our live webcam for the current weather in Frauenkirchen with its forecast for today, tomorrow or the weekend and live impressions of the region.
What’s going on in Frauenkirchen and Lake Neusiedl?
St. Martins Therme & Lodge is a special highlight of the region. This exclusive 4-star superior resort is surrounded only by pristine nature. Frauenkirchen is the business centre of Seewinkel, featuring excellent shops as well as restaurants. Visitors are welcome to enjoy a glass of wine and watch the busy streets of the small town. Podersdorf lake shore, the light house or the beautiful town of Rust on the west shore are always worth the trip.
What does the countryside of Frauenkirchen im Seewinkel offers?
Sitting at the edges of Neusiedler See-Fertöd National Park, Frauenkirchen provides the perfect balance of nature and urban life. Extraordinary marshes and about 40 ponds characterise this area. The climate is mild with low precipitation, but sometimes strong winds. 2,000 hours of sunshine make Seewinkel the sunniest region of Austria. Local farmers practice eco-friendly and sustainable agriculture. This region has always been renowned for its vineyards and many awarded sorts of wine.