While staying at the Sobienie Królewskie Golf & Country Club, you can visit some of the major attractions nearby:
A place closely related to the life of Tadeusz Kościuszko, a hero of the Battle of Maciejowice. Particularly worth seeing: a cobbled marketplace with the town hall housing a museum, tomb of the Zamoyski family, monument to Tadeusz Kościuszko, a palace complex located nearby in Podzamcze.
Distance: approx. 32 km.
Minizoo in Cyganówka
A very interesting place, particularly recommended for families with children. In the forester’s house, you can see deer, fallow deer, wild boars and Polish Konik horses. Opposite the pens, at the other side of the road, you will find the Dwernicki’s Oak and a monument to St. Hubert, patron saint of hunters. A playground and benches to rest on are close by.
Distance: approx. 18 km.
The wooden church in this small village is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Both the exterior and the rich interior are worth seeing, featuring freshly renovated illusionistic paintings by Marist Father Jan Niezabitowski. The church dates from the Baroque period and houses the worshipped painting of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Goźlin.
Distance: approx. 10 km.
The town features the ruins of a Gothic castle from the turn of the 15th century. It is open to visitors.
Distance: approx. 19 km.
This town is best known for the Warka Brewery, but it is also worth taking time to visit the Baroque St. Nicolas parish church, a town hall from 1821, the tomb of Colonel Piotr Wysocki in the cemetery and the 17th-century palace of the Pułaski family, home to the Kazimierz Pułaski Museum.
Distance: approx. 39 km.
Skurcza is worth visiting for a memorial and a small military open-air museum of the Polish Army. These are located in the place where Polish sappers constructed a bridge for the Warka-Magnuszew bridgehead in August 1944.
Distance: approx. 20 km.