Sânnicolau Mare (Hungarian: Nagyszentmiklós, Banat Bulgarian: Smikluš, German: Groß Sankt Nikolaus) is a town in Timiş County, Romania and the westernmost of the country. Located in the Banat region, it has a population of just under 13,000. It became part of Romania in 1919.
Sânnicolau Mare is known for 23 gold objects discovered in 1799. They are currently on display in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. It is also the birthplace of Béla Bartók, a famous Hungarian componist.