Chapel of St. Anna in Pińczów

It is a place that mesmerizes people every season of the year with a symphony of colours of the surrounding nature. It’s perfect for a walk, picnic and relaxation in the shadows of the trees. If you want to entertain yourself with the view of Pińczów and Nida valley, you should definitely go for a walk on the St. Anna Mountain.

  • Pińczów, Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego 20
  • +48 41 357 54 04

Chęciny is a town located relatively close to Kielce on the route Warszawa – Kraków. The town underwent development owing to its deposits of precious metals such as lead, silver or copper. The picturesque panorama dominated by a Gothic castle...

  • Chęciny
Cistercian Monastery in Jędrzejów

The monastery was founded by the Wrocław bishop Janik Jaksa and his brother Klemens in 1140. It was raised near the Biała Nida river-head as the 21st branch of Morimond Abbey (France) and received the name of Morimondus Minor.

  • Jędrzejów, ul. Kalsztorna 10
  • +48 41 386 23 08
Cistercian Monastery in Koprzywnica

Koprzywnica is located in the Koprzywianka River valley and not far from the city of Sandomierz. Its fame is due to the former residence of the Cistercian order. Both the church and remains of the monastery constitute a stop-over on the European Cistercian Trail.

  • Koprzywnica, ul. Krakowska 76
  • +48 15 847 62 02
Cistercian Monastery in Wąchock

Pride of the place is Poland"s best-preserved Romanesque monastic church devoted to the Holy Virgin Mary and St Florian. The monastery was delegated by the Abbey of Morimond in Burgundy, France. The abbey was probably founded by the Cracovian bishop Gedko of the Grifit family in 1179.

  • Wąchock, ul. Kościelna 14
  • +48 41 275 02 00

The little town of Ćmielów is located some 10 km east from Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski, on the boundary of the Iłżeckie Foothills and the Sandomierz Plateau. It sits on the Kamienna River with a tributary of River Przepaść. Ćmielów is famous for the production of the highest quality porcelain.

  • Cmielów
Collegiate Church in Wiślica

The present church was founded by the king Kazimierz III the Great, but its interior conceals the remains of the former Romanesque churches. The first one dates back to the 12th century with unique “Płyta Orantów” (the Slab of Orants) – one of the most important and valuable examples of Romanesque art.

  • Wiślica, ul. Długosza 26
  • +48 41 379 20 39
Complex of Palace in Kurozwęki

In the second half of the 14th century in Kurozwęki they erected a castle referred to in a document dating back to 1400 as “castrum Curoswank”. unique attraction is a herd of over 80 American buffaloes in, which can be admired from the interior of “safari buffalo” carriage.

  • Kurozwęki, ul. Zamkowa 3
  • +48 15 866 72 72
Crypt on the Święty Krzyż Mountain

One of the biggest attraction of the monastery on the Święty Krzyż Mountain is the crypt, in which the human remains in the glass coffins can be seen. It is the place of eternal rest for the Oleśnickis chapel"s founder – Mikołaj Oleśnicki.

  • Nowa Słupia, Święty Krzyż 1
  • +48 41 317 70 21
Czyżów Szlachecki

Traveling from Zawichost to Ożarów one comes to a little village of Czyżów Szlachecki famous for its perfectly renovated palace from 1740-1751. It was built for castellan of Połaniec Aleksander Czyżowski in place of a Gothic fortress destroyed by Swedes.

  • Czyżów Szlachecki
  • +48 15 835 51 45