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Our lighthouse is one of the most popular photo subjects in Burgenland province and, besides the oldest windmill in Austria, is regarded the secret landmark of Lake Neusiedl’s largest tourism town. When you can see it with your own eyes, you have reached your destination: Podersdorf am See.

Podersdorf am Neusiedler See offers you lots of possibilities and we invite you to return to visit us over and over again to discover another piece of our diversity, year after year.

Our town is the only one that is truly situated on the shores of Lake Neusiedl and, with its wide range of offerings, provides every guest with activities to suit their preferences. Families and those seeking relaxation will enjoy the two-kilometre-long natural lido at the lake. Water sports enthusiasts will discover that Podersdorf provides a wide range of opportunities, almost all year round. Here, in the centre of the Seewinkel region, bicycle riders can take off on the most beautiful tours the National Park has to offer. Epicures will relish the most delicious treats and best wines of the region and those who love holidays under the stars meet at the largest campsite in Burgenland region, right by the lake, of course.

Right by the lake. Surrounded by nature.

Right by the lake. Kilometres of beach in front of your door. That’s Podersdorf am See. This is where swimmers and aspiring ones get their money’s worth. This is where sailors gracefully glide through the water while surfers and kite-surfers showcase their best moves. This is where anglers set off in the early morning to catch the best fish and where bicycle riders recharge their batteries when coming back from their tours in the evening. There’s something for everyone. Here, in Podersdorf am Neusiedler See.

Surrounded by nature. In the centre of the Seewinkel region, the province’s sunniest corner. There are lots of things to discover in Podersdorf and its surrounding areas, especially in its adjacent Lake Neusiedl-Seewinkel National Park with its wide meadows and grazing areas, salt ponds, reed areas as well as a mind-blowing variety of animals and plants. Start your personal discovery of this magnificent UNESCO World Cultural Heritage region.