The riviera has a growing reputation as an important music location, with many international music festivals.
Tirana’s people, like the vast majority of Albanian locals, are friendly and the city is supremely affordable.
Explore the river and its stunning surroundings with incredible rock formations and waterfalls by raft.
The road travels to over 1,000 metres above sea level and the scenery will take your breath away.
Berat is known by its nickname-the City of a 1000 Windows-due to its mix of Ottoman and Albanian architecture.
Explore Albania in it’s full length, from the most Northern to the most Southern parts of the country by hiking.
Saranda is home to some of the most unforgettable beaches in Albania, Lekursi Castle is the best places to see.
Unique Ottoman period architecture-with houses designed like small castles-can be found all over Gjirokastra.
kayak is a great way to discover the Albanian coast, small hidden bays with white beaches & caves.
Kruja is home to national ethnographic museum & best known where the Skanderbeg museum can be found.
Theth is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. with its Grunas Waterfall and the Lock-in Tower.
Ksamil Islands, a group of 3 small islands located just off the coast, accessible only by boat from Ksamil.
Shkodra has a simply gorgeous lake, while the medieval citadel of Drisht is only a few miles away.
Vlore has many important historic sights, the most famous is the Albanian Independence Proclamation Building.
Found in the heart of Albania, Apollonia’s ruins & the views of country are breathtaking and super too.