The site is located in the administrative borders of the Klementowice village in Puławy district in eastern part of Poland. It is located in the western part of the Nałęczów Plateau which constitutes the north-western border of the Lublin Upland. The northern ridge of the plateau, which is limited by the river Kurówka valley (the right bank tributary of the Vistula river) and which constitutes the northern boundary of loess, is only 3 km away from the site in a straight line.
View from SW
The archaeological site in Klementowice is located in the range of a relatively short (c.a. 150 m.) gentle slope, constantly falling in the direction of southern. The slope can be characterised by a low angle of inclination, reaching no more than 4º and western, warm exposure The differences in altitude reach 8 meters (188 - 196 m above the sea level). The geographic coordinates of the site are: 51º20'26,83”N latitude; 22º8'57,13”E longitude.
Tadeusz Wiśniewski, Barbara Niezabitowska- Wiśniewska (eds.), Klementowice - obozowisko ze schyłku epoki lodowej we wschodniej Polsce /Klementowice - A late Ice Age settlement in Eastern Poland/, Lublin 2013 /p. 2-5/