Between Sandomierz and Świątniki we walk along dirt roads and narrow asphalt roads, mostly among orchards. Particular attention should be paid to the road, passing in particular through orchards, as the marking in this area is incomplete.
Locations on the way
Sandomierz (0,00 km) – Kobierniki (2,6 km) – Malice (8,0 km) – Śmiechowice (12,0 km) – Świątniki (16,2 km) – Nasławice (19,0 km) – Ossolin (22,0 km) – Klimontów (28,1 km)
Lesser Poland Road of St. James begins next to the Dominican church of St. James in Sandomierz. However, before going on the trail, it is worth stopping for a few hours in Sandomierz and visiting the historic architectural and landscape complex of the city entered on the list of Monuments of History of the Republic of Poland. The section leads along the scenic routes of the Sandomierz Upland, raised to a height of 240 - 297 m a.s.l., with a very dense network of valleys and loess gorges. A unique religious building on this section is a brick chapel called Bethlehem (1640) in Ossolin.