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Where is Podersdorf?
As the westernmost steppe lake, Neusiedler See forms the heart of the region – an exotic body among European waters and the largest natural swimming pool in the country, which encompasses some 320 square kilometers of water area and reed beds.
Worth seeing at Neusiedler See
With its refined culture, the Neusiedler See region is captivating. The Mörbisch Festival, the St. Margaret Opera Festival, the Nova Rock Festival and the Wiesen Festival Arena will get your heart racing. Concerts and exhibitions in the Esterházy Palace in Eisenstadt, in the Castle of Halbturn, in the Fortress Forchenstein and numerous cultural events in the Neusiedler See region complete the diverse range of offerings.
The Mediterranean climate makes the region an attractive place for those who are active. Glorious weather can be expected as early as April, providing excellent conditions for recreational athletes, swimmers and sun worshipers: wind surfing, kite surfing, sailing, stand-up paddling, kayaking, canoeing, horseback riding, hiking, Nordic walking, jogging, cycling and golf offer virtually unlimited possibilities to keep the body and mind in motion!
What's going on in Podersdorf
Neusiedler See region is a bathing paradise with numerous lakeside beach resorts on the lake Neusiedl, small swimming lakes, open-air swimming pools and St. Martins’ hot springs with Summer Island make for an inviting place for sunbathing. The diversity of offerings leaves nothing to be desired. Neusiedler See water is 22° to 23° on average – perfect for a cool dip! With a 2 km long beach, Podersdorf is very popular with families and water sports enthusiasts. Each year the Windsurfing World Cup takes place here with the big stars of the scene.
Summers are hot and autumn nights moist & mild – under these conditions, internationally distinguished fruity white wines, full-bodied red wines and the king of wines, the Edelsüßer premium sweet wine, thrive at Lake Neusiedl. Where good wine is produced, good cuisine is also celebrated. Exclusive award-winning restaurants, informal country inns, down-to-earth taverns and high class producers invite you to savor and enjoy!