Pamhagen im Seewinkel
ESCAPE FROM THE HURLY-BURLY AND TRAFFIC TO UNSPOILED NATURE


Pamhagen lies in the heart of one of Europe’s most impressive natural landscapes - the Seewinkel National Park. As you approach, the endless plain stretches to the border with Hungary. Pamhagen’s proximity to the Neusiedler See–Seewinkel National Park makes it the perfect starting point for cycling and hiking tours around lake Neusiedl.

There are cycle paths that are easy for young and old which start at Pamhagen and extend into the Pannonian Plain. After your cycle ride, reward yourself with typical Burgenland Pannonian delights in the inns, or sample the region’s numerous red, white and sweet wines at a roadside tavern. You are also likely to be invited to try a drop or two in a local winegrower’s cellar. In addition to its numerous vineyards, Pamhagen is also famous for vegetables. Juicy tomatoes, crisp peppers and all kinds of other vegetables, from cucumbers, via pumpkins and squashes, to courgettes grow in the extensive greenhouses.

The yields are especially high because of the mild climate. The fruit growers not only sell fresh produce, such as apples, pears and apricots, they also turn it into delicious juices, schnapps and liqueurs. 

Visitors will love attractions such as the historic Turk tower, a family-friendly steppe animal reserve and the VILA VITA Pannonia holiday resort, with a new eco-tourist centre for renewable energies and the Pannonian Climate Tower. Explore the area’s history at the "Pamhagener Burg", a prehistoric burial mound. A trip along the educational nature trail is highly recommended if you want to learn a little more about the countryside and its people. 

 


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