The Siedlce Desert is one of the sandy areas
of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. The
name was given to one of the former sand
borrow pits situated in the vicinity of the
village of Siedlce. Although the local "desert"
is much smaller than the most famous
Błędowska Desert, it is also a tourist
attraction. Its dunes reach a height of 30 m,
and in the heat of the day, in the hot air you
can see the phenomenon of mirage.