Diving in Albania

Diving in Albania

Professional diving opportunities have been developed only during the last decade. The rich underwater discoveries in Albanian seas provide a unique opportunity to explore sea life. Underwater sports centers are located in North of Vlora (Adriatic Sea). Towards the south, from Vlora to Saranda, there are numerous sports centers, where you can practice this growing…

The mills trail of Albania

The mills trail of Albania

Become a part of Albanian’s hidden treasures Escape the ordinary and visit this beautiful passage Original article was published at: http://albania.al/activity/tours/the-mills-trail/ We don’t claim ownership over the content, we are sharing just to promote Albanian Tourism. Please visit: http://albania.al/activity/tours/the-mills-trail/ As you are driving down from the Llogara mountain, while you are enjoying the beauty of…

Gjirokastra
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Gjirokastra

Gjirokastra – The city of stone If you had imagined about a stone town, be sure it exists. It’s called Gjirokastra and it’s in Albania. In this small town in the Balkans, Gjirokastra is a attraction to visit and also, Since 2005, it has been in UNESCO World Heritage site. The origin of the city…

15 things you probably didn’t know about Albania
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15 things you probably didn’t know about Albania

Source: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Today Albania marks 104 years of independence from the Ottoman Empire. We’ve decided to celebrate by recalling 15 things you probably didn’t know about the small country that boasts both an Ionian and Adriatic coastline (you can have that fact for free). 1. What’s Albania? First and foremost, Albanians do not call home…

Hiking and Trekking in Albania
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Hiking and Trekking in Albania

Rugged snow-clad alpine peaks, lush green valleys, sparking lakes, wetlands full of wildlife, traditional villages and a varied coast embracing two seas – the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea – Albania has all the ingredients necessary to develop hiking and trekking tourism. Even though hiking maps and the signposting of tracks has become more common…