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Albanian Coast

Go your own way

It is a constant invitation to go further to the inner parts of the country, and to discover the natural beauties, cultural, archeological, customs and ethnographic beauties of Albania.

Appart the diversity of the landscapes, relief and the beaches that are offered along a coastline of 450 km still not completely explored and known in the Mediterranean, it gives you the opportunity of having better and special holidays. The Albanian coast symbolizes the traditional description of Albania as an “entry gate” or “connection bridge” in the Balkan. With a direct outlet in Mediterranean through Ionian Sea, only 72 km from Italy connected with north-western Balkan and  entire Apennines Peninsula through Adriatic Sea.
It is a constant invitation to go further to the inner parts of the country, and to discover the natural beauties, cultural, archeological, customs and ethnographic beauties of Albania. The coast, apart from the rich culture that offers along its extension, is at the same time the nearest and shorter connection with the most parts of the Albanian tourism centers, the cultural monuments, archeological and museum centers.

The Albanian coastline, together with the lagoons, is situated along two seas: Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea, covering around one third of the territory. Each of the coasts represents its particularities and features.

Good to Know

Country
Albania
Visa Requirements
Visa in not needed for EU. Everyone else needs a visa.
Languages spoken
Albanian
Currency used
Lek
Coastline Length
362 km

Highlights

Adriatic Coast
It starts from Buna and ends in the city of Vlora. Once it used to be a coast of Dalmat type, with deep bays and islands. Today, it is transformed mainly into a low and accumulative coast. The creation of the underwater banks, spires, and littoral cordons have led to the big sandy beaches and they have transformed sea bays into lagoons.
The most suitable sandy beaches for your holidays are: Velipoja, Shengjini, Kune, Bay of Lalzi, Durresi, Golemi, Divjaka, etc. There you will find tiny sand, pure seawater, very cozy infrastructure, high-quality service, and modern traditional cuisine. Diversified lagoons and with a very rich bio-diversity have: backwaters, streams, lake and lagoons. They offer great opportunities for those keen in nature, eco-tourism and contemplation of numberless birds, among them very rare birds, such as: Dalmatian pelican, the greatest bird in Europe, etc. There are also many other birds and animals, that offer chances for practicing the sport of hunting in the bogs rich eco-systems.