The vineyard is located in Lesser Poland (the Małopolska Region) in Szczepanowice, Tarnów County. The county is considered “the Polish pole of warmth”. The vineyard was established in 2007. It has an area of 2,5 hectares. You can find a large number of plants – about 9 thousand – and of many varieties. The white
“Chata na Końcu świata”
“Chata na Końcu świata”2020-08-31T17:28:54+02:00
“Chata na Końcu świata” is located in Szczepanowice. This holiday home has a kitchen with a microwave, fridge, coffee machine, and a TV. The property has a garden, terrace and barbecue facilities. The surroundings are perfect for cycling enthusiasts.
World War I Cemetery No. 197
World War I Cemetery No. 1972020-08-31T15:43:47+02:00
It is a small quarter in the old Calvinist cemetery in Szczepanowice. In four mass graves and 28 individual graves, 14 Austro-Hungarian and 18 Russian soldiers were buried here. The names of the fallen are engraved on the side walls of the central monument.
Chapel by the vineyard
Chapel by the vineyard2020-08-31T15:42:04+02:00
A chapel on a concrete plinth, wooden, in the highlander style, with a statue of the Mother of God inside, illuminated. It was established in 1999 as a token of gratitude for the maternal care and many favors received. It is located on the property of Zofia and Stanisław Musiał in Świebodzin. It is venerated
Świebodzin – Church of St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe
Świebodzin – Church of St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe2020-08-31T15:40:38+02:00
Holy martyr – Father Maksymilian Kolbe – missionary, Franciscan, great apostle of the Immaculate, founder of the Knighthood of the Immaculate and the creator of the Niepokalanów family in Poland and Japan – he shows the realization of the Gospel: ” No one has greater love than this, when someone lays down his life for
Bicycle village in Szczepanowice
Bicycle village in Szczepanowice2020-08-31T15:37:03+02:00
The bike village has benches, tables, and bike stands.