- The Municipality of Lębork, Lead Beneficiary
- The Country of Lębork
- The Self-government of Zachodniopomorskie Voivodeship
- The Self-government of Pomorskie Voivodeship
- Szczecinska Foundation
- The Pomeranian Regional Tourist Organization
- Kretinga District
- The Ernst Moritz Arndt university of Greifswald
Marking of the Pomeranian Way of St. James
Works on marking of the Pomeranian Way of St. James within the Pomeranian Province are in progress. No later than in the second half of July the six fully marked stages of the Way (from Gdańsk Sobieszewo to Łeba) will become available to you. The remaining stages will have been completed by 15th October this year.
Description of the marking of the Pomeranian Way of St. James
I. Basic Way - main route
A yellow scallop shell with dark blue background: “head” towards the top indicates direction of moving forward, “head” towards the left with a triangle added to the left of basic sign indicate turning left and “head” towards the right
with a triangle added to the right of basic sign indicate turning right.
Moving along the main route in the opposite direction to Santiago: dark blue scallop shell with yellow background with additional element specific for particular destination (e.g. the Sanctuary of the Madonna of Sianowo - the Queen of the Kashubs).
“Head” of the scallop shell positions just like with primary direction.
Optional ways and ways joining the main route:
“head” of the scallop shell’s positions just like with primary direction.
II. Additional marking
- arrows - a yellow arrow painted on pavements, trees, rocks etc. may be used as kind of additional marking
- orientation signs specifying number of kilometres left to the nearest towns and to Santiago de Compostela mounted on wooden poles or other poles by way of a collar.
- stickers stuck e.g. at the back side of road signs or at their poles, at electric poles or other places with no possibility or need to mount the plates.
III. Auxiliary infrastructure
concrete poles at open spaces or as a part of small infrastructure,
with a logo of the Pomeranian Way of St. James, indicating direction and distance
to Santiago de Compostela and the nearest town.
- information boards of the Pomeranian Way of St. James.
IV. Outlining the Pomeranian Way of St. James on maps:
- main route - continuous dark blue line,
- loop/arm - continuous blue line,
- optional way - broken blue line,
- way in opposite direction - broken red line.