30th of April 2022, 19:00
The largest May tree in the Fertő landscape is erected by brave bachelors in the Széchenyi Ödön Park.
We warmly invite and wait for everyone on the 30th of April (Saturday) at 19:00 in the Széchenyi Ödön Park for the merry May tree celebration.
of May 2022, 10:00
On the 1st of May 2022, we are inviting our guests to have a picnic again in Hegykő, in the Széchenyi Ödön Park, around the May tree set up the day before.
Location: Hegykő, Széchenyi Ödön Park. Free entry!
of May 2022
Cycling around Lake Neusiedl.
of June 2022, 16:00
A festival of APA, IPA, orchards, STOUTs, ie artisanal beers and brandies, with accompanying music programs and locally prepared food in Széchenyi Ödön Park.
of July 2022
Concerts, films, exhibitions, handicraft and hiking programs await their audience in the four settlements of the Fertő landscape: Hegykő, Fertőhomok, Hidegség, Sarród between 8 and 17th of July 2022.
of August 2022, 14:00
Two-day program series during 6-7th of August 2022.
of August 2022
Have you been touring the Fertő landscape at night?
Have you been sailing on Lake Neusiedl at night?
Have you ever baked bacon in Hegykő?
Enlighten yourself and stay with us on Saturday, the 13th of August!
Hegykő, Szent Mihály utca 28, area next to the gymnasium
of August 2022, 16:00
Between 18 and 20th of August 2022, we are inviting those who are interested to Hegykő again with great Sopron wines, delicious food and musical programs.
of October 2022, 09:00
The patron saint of Hegykő is St. Michael. Although Michael's Day is celebrated on the 29th of September, the village's farewell coincides with the date of the national fair, which falls on the first Monday in October. The stuntmen will appear on Saturday, and the fair's turmoil will begin…
of October 2022, 07:00
The former Count's Garden in Hegykő will be filled with shoppers on the 3rd of October, where the fair, which is almost the same age as the settlement and has a history of more than 750 years, evokes the atmosphere of the old markets every year. This is when, as the old people call it, there will be a “sipka” fair. From the offerings of nearly a hundred retailers, everyone can find a fair for themselves and their loved ones - not just a hat…