From Sławno - a medieval Pomeranian borough - we head north through the plains of the Wieprza valley. The villages passed by along the way have a medieval pedigree and have been located for centuries on merchant routes from the Baltic Sea deep into the Duchy of Pomerania. Gothic temples have survived to this day in Stary Jarosław, Krupy and Cisów. The former Polish Deputy Prime Minister Andrzej Lepper is buried in the village cemetery in Krupy. We reach Darłowo by voivodship via road No. 203 (be careful!). In the Middle Ages, the city was the seat of the princes of the Gryfit dynasty, including the famous King of Scandinavia - Eric I of Pomerania.