Pogradec is one of the most charming resorts in Albania because of its location on the Ohrid Lake, one of Europe’s deepest and oldest lakes surrounded by beautiful fields and picturesque mountains. It’s the place where you can feel the authentic harmony of nature, and the friendliness of the inhabitants.


Berat is one of the most beautiful cities of Albania. The “city of a thousand windows” is located in the picturesque valley of Osum River at the foot of Mount Tomorr. Enjoy the fascinating views of the city and the surrounding area from the ancient walls of the castle of Berat which is still a home to many local people whose houses are neighboring Byzantine churches and mosques built in the Ottoman times.


Hotels Restaurants Entertainment Attractions Vlore is a vibrant coastal city and one of the most famous resorts of Albania situated on the picturesque Bay of Vlore which is known to be the meeting point of the Ionian and the Adriatic seas. Vlora is proclaimed a hero city. It is an old city, where important events […]


With over 300 sunny days a year, Saranda is the sea gateway to the southern Albania and one of the most popular resorts of the Albanian Riviera to enjoy your honeymoon, a family holiday or a getaway with your friends. Although the main beach area is located to the south of the city with a variety of hotels and restaurants which offer catering facilities and accommodation, Saranda attracts the tourists for an evening promenade in the central city boulevard by sea.


The ‘city of a thousand steps’, Gjirokastra is an outstanding example of an Ottoman merchant town and one of the few still surviving in the Balkans, no doubt nowadays it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Lying in the historical region of Epirus, the city nowadays consists of 2 main parts: the lovely old city up on the mountain slope, and the new city in the valley below.


Being one of the oldest and most historic places in Albania, as well as an important cultural and economic centre, Shkoder annually attracts thousands of tourists. A walk through the historical center (Pjaca quarter, Democracy Square, pedestrian boulevard of Kole Idromeno) with a visit to Mother Teresa monument is a way to find out more about the cultural heritage of the city.