Fertőszentmiklós is a small town in Győr-Moson-Sopron county, Hungary.
- The miraculous statue of Mary – this was said by a man named Gergely Bezerédy Vörös around 1460
- Statue of Pietà
- Statues of Saint Stephen, Paul the Great in Felsőbük and Sándor Petőfi
- Bezerédj Castle
- Monument Roman Catholic parish church
- Turul statue
Near the town:
- Esterházy Castle (Fertőd)
- Széchenyi Castle (Nagycenk)
- Fertő – Hanság National Park
- Fertő landscape
During the Tartar invasion, the population of the whole village was almost extinct.
It was owned by the Kanizsaians in 1274, and is mentioned as a market town in late 15th-century charters. In 1535 it became the property of Tamás Nádasdy. Its development was hampered by Turkish attacks. Protestants massed in its old church from the late 16th century until 1660 ; then it was destroyed by the Turks. The church built in its place burned down in 1722, “the coffins in the crypt also burned its altars burned, the bells melted . ” The original of the church that still stands today was erected in 1725; the neo-baroque part was added in 1935.
The Fertőszentmiklós – Nezsider railway line was built in 1897 .