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There are many beautiful beaches in Albania to check out. We have picked 15 of the best beaches in the Albanian Riviera, ordered from South to North that you should most definitely check out during your holiday to Albania!

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The Albanian Riviera is blessed with 300 days of sun.
The average temperature in January is 10 degrees C. and the average temperature in July is 25 degrees C.
The Ionian coastline is known for having fascinating beaches with deep and very clean waters. Younger crowds tend to visit the Ionian beaches as the area offers many opportunities for those interested in water sports like diving, boat tours, etc.
Some of the most exotic and interesting beaches in the south of Albania are Dhërmi, Jal, Himara, Qeparo, Borsh, Saranda and Ksamil.
From the Llogara Pass, which is 1,057 meters above sea level, the breathtaking coast can be seen as if from the vantage point of an airplane.
The first beach here is Dhraleos in Palasë which has a length of 1.5 km. This is one of the most exotic and tranquil beaches of the Albanian coastal zone complete with rich blue waters. This beach is popular for water sports and is sometimes even the destination for the parachutes that launch from Llogara Pass.
Dhërmi is located a little further south and is one of the most frequented and important tourist places along the Albanian coast. The crystal-clear waters, isolated beaches, water sports and diving make this the preferred beach of younger generation. The different beaches that are part of Dhërmi are Jaliksari, Shkambo and Gjipea.The beach of Gjipea has a beautiful shape. Past this beach there is a stream that has made a canyon with 70 meters high walls. Located near the beach of Dhërmi is the Cave of Pirates which tourists can access only by boat or ferry. There are also hotels, restaurants and summer clubs located nearby.

Throughout this entire area, family tourism has developed, where tourists can choose to rent guesthouses or reside in a variety of hotels nearby. Near Himara 8 km south of Dhërmi, you will find the village of Vuno, which is the central area of the Albanian Riviera. It is a tourist town that comes to life during the summer season thanks to the younger generations that come here.
In this area are beaches of Spile, Potam, Llamaniand and Livadhja. All of them stand out for their deep waters, navigability and rocky characteristics. After Borsh is Qeparo and the small tectonic gulf of Porto Palermo where Ali Pasha castle is located.
Borsh, is one of the longer beach areas of the Albanian Riviera protected by a collection of massive Mediterranean vegetation, primarily citrus and olive plantations. Family tourism has also become very popular in this area. Between here and the city of Saranda, one can find the beaches of Bunec, Kakome and Krokëy whose collective length runs about three km and each with beautiful, crystal-clear water.
The city of Saranda is the most populous urban area on the Albanian Riviera and a very big tourist destination, especially enjoyed by newly married couples on their honeymoon. The city and surrounding areas offer a range of hotels catering to five-star travelers as well as the more budget conscious, while home rentals also remain an option. The city is well-located on the coast only 9 km away from the Greek island of Corfu. Daily ferries offer connections between Saranda and Corfu making this southern Albanian city a good base for European and international tourists.
Along Saranda you will find some smaller beaches like Central and Liman. Usually, tourists prefer to visit one of the more frequented places, Ksamil, which is located between the peninsula of Ksamil and lagoon of Butrint hosting a number of hotels and restaurants, near the beach of Ksamil are 4 small islands covered by Mediterranean vegetation with a surface of 8.9 ha.

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''The Land of Eagles'' - Albania is a land to be loved. In this small Mediterranean country, virgin nature and cultural mysteries combine to create a unique sense of place. From the snow-capped mountains in the winter to the fields covered in spring by red poppies, Albania's landscape is ever-changing with the seasons, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy a warm summer beach holiday or a mountain trek in the crisp and cool air of the fall. In Albania, visitors are welcomed as guests as part of the country's rich cultural traditions and heritage. The warm hospitality of the Albanians, known worldwide, will make every traveler feel at home in this small wonderful land. There are many clean and pristine beaches, spectacular mountains, scenic river valleys, and many other natural surprises for visitors. Several of country's main cities are situated along the pristine seashores of the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. An important gateway to the Balkan Peninsula, Albania's ever-growing road network provides juncture to reach its neighbors in north south, east, and west. Albania is within close proximity to all the major European capitals with short two or three hour flights that are available daily. Tourists can see and experience Albania's ancient past and traditional culture.

The Albanian language is one of the oldest living languages in the world. Throughout the country there are newly discovered and exciting archaeological sites, preserved Illyrian and medieval castles, as well as Byzantine churches and monasteries which containa rich collection of frescoes and icons. Albanian cuisine offers a truly unique blend of Mediterranean flavors. East meets West in many discernable ways throughout Albanian culture, but this is nowhere more evident than in the cuisine. Representing a rich historical past, the food of modern Albania has been developed over millennium and reflects a variety of influences. Among the many typical dishes, visitors should not miss byrek, minced meat, vegetables, eggs and cheese in flaky pastry; tavëkosi, (traditional Albanian meal) - mutton baked in a dish with yogurt and eggs; tavëkorani,-a unique kind of trout found only in Lake Ohrid baked with nuts, sauce and onions; and pasha qofte, - a hot soup with meatballs, rice and eggs. Albania is well known for its Scanderbeg cognac, mentioned for its unique flavor and aroma. But the most popular and traditional of Albanian beverages is Raki. It is usually made from grapes, though there are also other kinds of raki made from plums, mulberries, and walnuts. Tirana, Durrësi, Elbasani, Shkodra, Vlora, Berati, Korça, Fieri, Lushnja, Kavaja, Pogradeci, Laçi, Gjirokastra, Patosi, Kruja,Kuçova, Kukësi, Lezha, Shtërmeni, Saranda, Peshkopia, Burreli, Cërriku, Çorovoda, Shijaku, Librazhdi, Tepelena, Gramshi, Poliçani, Bulqiza, Përmeti, Fushë-Kruja, Kamza, Rrësheni, Ballshi, Mamurrasi, Bajram Curri, Erseka, Peqini, Divjaka, Selenica, Bilishti, Roskoveci, Këlcyra, Puka, Memaliaj, Rrogozhina, Ura Vajgurore, Himara, Delvina, Vora,Kopliku, Maliqi, Përrenjasi, Kruma, Libohova, Orikumi, Fushë-Arrëza, Shëngjini, Rubiku,Miloti, Leskoviku, Konispoli, Krasta, Kërraba, Shijak,2012,2013. relax thethi ujevara hotel butrinti jal tani imazhe pamje deti perendimi akuariumi.Best Beach, Gjipe, Albania. plazhin e gjeneralit dhe Gjirin e Lalzit. Vuno dhe Borsh Palace ku uji eshte i paster. Palasa. ne Bishtin e Palles. Pema e Thate.Palasen,Lukoven, Qeparoin. plazhin e gjeneralit dhe Gjirin e Lalzit. Vuno dhe Borshi.Kalane ne Ujine Ftohte.ne Zvernec.ishullit te Manastirit. top ten 10 Beaches.Etnike. 100 vjetori i pavarsise . MISS - CALENDAR. X Factor Albania.Gjiri i Grames - A secret Paradise ! .Summer Holidays.Canyon di Osum. is a river.
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Gjipe is one of the most beautiful beaches in Albania. It offers a lot even it is a small bay, crystal water, exploring the canyon, diving, exploring the caves (Pirate's Cave, Cave's Beach etc.).
It is located near Llogar Pass on the way to Saranda.
If you visit Albanian Riviera, you should not miss Gjipe Beach!

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Albanian Riviera - Best Holiday Destination in Albania?

Albanian Riviera stretches roughly between Vlore and Sarande in the south-west Albania. This is one of the most beautiful coasts in the whole Ionian Sea and probably on of the best in Europe. The coast is still not very built up, which is mainly thanks to country's previous communism rule which resulted in poverty and isolation.

This feature alone can make it a perfect vacation destination for those who like to experience a little bit of something unfamiliar in this part of Europe. Despite of being really laid back the Albanian Riviera has still a lot to provide for different type of holidaymaker. For example those interested in archaeology will find the visit to ancient city of Butrint really rewarding. The site richly deserves its status as the country's best known archaeological site, but there are many other interesting ancient remains.

Those who love spending their time outdoors should be pleased in any part of the Riviera. Apart from obvious water related activities, the mountains of Riviera also offer fantastic hiking or cycling opportunities for those with more time at their disposal.

Vlore is the biggest city in the Albanian Riviera and it lies in strategical location where the Adriatic and Ionian seas separate. As you'd anticipate the city has Mediterranean look to it, as the streets are filled with palm trees and the access to beach is virtually from the main street. Vlore's geographical position - almost exactly in the middle between capital Tirane and Sarande, and 3 hours by ferry from nearest port of Brindisi in Italy, makes it a advantageous gate point into Albania.

Sarande, on the other hand is probably the most attractive entry point into the country. Sarande is unmistakably visible over its pretty horseshoe bay not long after the hydrofoil or ferry leaves Greek island of Corfu.

The climate in Albanian Riviera is excellent, with typically hot and dry summers and modest and often rainy winters. Some places in parts are averaging around 290 sunny days a year with pleasantly warm temperatures, which rarely and usually only during summer months are exceeding 30 degrees C.

Vlore and Sarande are connected by newly upgraded and well surfaced main road. The route in places is however really steep and narrow (in particular throughout the Llagoraja Pass) and this makes the whole travel at least 4 or 5 hours long. The road goes through marvellous scenery, with dramatic mountains rising up from the coast and the deep blue sea shimmering in the sunlight.

The coastline here is very rugged, with stony coves along the tight coastal strip and steep mountains rising almost straight up along most of its length.

The sea along the coast has clear blue water and it is excellent for swimmers as it is warm enough to swim comfortably from May to October. Non-swimmers should note that land slopes very sharply into the sea, unlike gentle Adriatic coast further north.

The many beaches on the coast are normally made of small pebbles, but there are also some sandy ones, mainly in the south. Beaches in Dhermi, Himara and Ksamili are the best known in the Riviera, but there are also lots of others, however unknown to most tourists as they are likely less accessible.

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If you say Albania, we say Riviera. There are some really nice beaches in Albania you can visit. Preferably you will have a car so more beaches are accessible, but you still can go to a lot of beaches by public transport.

The port of Vlore is the second largest in Albania. From here you can take the ferry to Italy.  Vlore has a very nice boulevard with lots of cafes and restaurant. They also have a long shopping street.  Vlore has not a lot of things to do except the beaches. We went to the beach on the left and right side of the harbour and on the right side the beach was more clean and less crowded. 

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The Albanian Riviera is blessed with 300 days of sun.
The average temperature in January is 10 degrees C. and the average temperature in July is 25 degrees C.
The Ionian coastline is known for having fascinating beaches with deep and very clean waters. Younger crowds tend to visit the Ionian beaches as the area offers many opportunities for those interested in water sports like diving, boat tours, etc.
Some of the most exotic and interesting beaches in the south of Albania are Dhërmi, Jal, Himara, Qeparo, Borsh, Saranda and Ksamil.
From the Llogara Pass, which is 1,057 meters above sea level, the breathtaking coast can be seen as if from the vantage point of an airplane.
The first beach here is Dhraleos in Palasë which has a length of 1.5 km. This is one of the most exotic and tranquil beaches of the Albanian coastal zone complete with rich blue waters. This beach is popular for water sports and is sometimes even the destination for the parachutes that launch from Llogara Pass.
Dhërmi is located a little further south and is one of the most frequented and important tourist places along the Albanian coast. The crystal-clear waters, isolated beaches, water sports and diving make this the preferred beach of younger generation. The different beaches that are part of Dhërmi are Jaliksari, Shkambo and Gjipea.The beach of Gjipea has a beautiful shape. Past this beach there is a stream that has made a canyon with 70 meters high walls. Located near the beach of Dhërmi is the Cave of Pirates which tourists can access only by boat or ferry. There are also hotels, restaurants and summer clubs located nearby.

Throughout this entire area, family tourism has developed, where tourists can choose to rent guesthouses or reside in a variety of hotels nearby. Near Himara 8 km south of Dhërmi, you will find the village of Vuno, which is the central area of the Albanian Riviera. It is a tourist town that comes to life during the summer season thanks to the younger generations that come here.
In this area are beaches of Spile, Potam, Llamaniand and Livadhja. All of them stand out for their deep waters, navigability and rocky characteristics. After Borsh is Qeparo and the small tectonic gulf of Porto Palermo where Ali Pasha castle is located.
Borsh, is one of the longer beach areas of the Albanian Riviera protected by a collection of massive Mediterranean vegetation, primarily citrus and olive plantations. Family tourism has also become very popular in this area. Between here and the city of Saranda, one can find the beaches of Bunec, Kakome and Krokëy whose collective length runs about three km and each with beautiful, crystal-clear water.
The city of Saranda is the most populous urban area on the Albanian Riviera and a very big tourist destination, especially enjoyed by newly married couples on their honeymoon. The city and surrounding areas offer a range of hotels catering to five-star travelers as well as the more budget conscious, while home rentals also remain an option. The city is well-located on the coast only 9 km away from the Greek island of Corfu. Daily ferries offer connections between Saranda and Corfu making this southern Albanian city a good base for European and international tourists.
Along Saranda you will find some smaller beaches like Central and Liman. Usually, tourists prefer to visit one of the more frequented places, Ksamil, which is located between the peninsula of Ksamil and lagoon of Butrint hosting a number of hotels and restaurants, near the beach of Ksamil are 4 small islands covered by Mediterranean vegetation with a surface of 8.9 ha.


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Dhërmi is famous for its crystal-clear waters and small, intimate pebble beaches, such as Jaliksari, Shkambo, and Gjipea. Situated at the foot of a 70 m cliff, Gjipea is a rare wonder. Close to Dhërmi is the legendary Cavern of the Pirates. Dhërmi is a picturesque village thought to have first been inhabited in 49-48 BC. The village is home to the Monastery of Shën Maria, the Church of Shën Todhri, the Church of the Ipapandia and the Church of Shën Mitri, with frescos dating from the 12th-14th centuries. The main leisure activities in Dhërmi are swimming, water sports, and diving. There are many hotels, restaurants, bars, and discotheques. The restaurants combine traditional and foreign cuisines, and serve many seafood specialties.(Source:Albania.al)

Drymades Beach
Hidden behind a mountain range, the main beach of Drymades is actually stony, but turn left and walk for 10 minutes and you’ll find completely empty white sand beaches. The sea is unbelievably clear, and it’s a nice tepid temperature. A nearby orange orchard adjacent is home to the Sea Turtle campsite which has pre-pitched tents, with foam mattresses and clean bedding. There is a kitchen bar, a shop selling fresh food and essentials and a sandwich van visits the beach daily.(Source:theguardian.com)

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Ksamil is a village and a former municipality in the riviera of Southern Albania, and part of Butrint National Park. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Sarandë. The population at the 2011 census was 2,994. The municipal unit consists of the villages Ksamil and Manastir. During the communist era the proper coastal village was built in 1966 and is located south of the city of Sarandë off the road to Butrint.

Ksamil is one of the most frequented coastal resorts by both domestic and foreign tourists. Ksamil Beach and Albania's Ionian Coast further north was included in the Guardian's 20 of the best bargain beach holidays for 2013.

The main attractions are the nearby Ksamil Islands. The mainland beach is small but clean.

During communism, the area became well known for the production of olive oil, lemons, and tangerines. In 2010, national authorities demolished over 200 illegal structures that violated the town's master plan and the integrity of Butrint National Park. Some remains from the demolished buildings have yet to be removed by authorities.

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With 107 miles of coastline, the Ionian coast has no shortage of beautiful beaches. With deep crystal waters and captivating views here is a guide to the most beautiful part of Albania’s Riviera. Read more at:

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The 10 Most Beautiful Beaches

Albania’s southern coastline, with its lovely traditional hamlets, cobblestoned streets and small Orthodox churches, has plenty of beautiful beaches lapped by pristine waters, rivalling nearby Greece for half the price. And if you get your fill of coastal bays, you can head for the natural springs near Saranda or the lake shores near the Macedonian border – Albania has plenty of surprises. To name all of the beautiful beaches would be impossible, but here’s a list of the eleven most stunning beaches in Albania.

1. Drymades Beach, 9700, Dhërmi, Albania
2. Dhërmi Beach, Albania
3. Livadhi Beach, Albania
4. Borsh Beach, Rruga Plazhi, Borsh, Albania
5. Vlore, Albania
6. Pulebardha, Butrint National Park, Saranda, Albania
7. Ksamil Beach, 9760, Albania
8. Gjipe Beach, Albania
9. Syri i Kalter, Saranda, Albania

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Albanian Riviera - Best Travel Destination

Albanian Riviera is a coastal area in the County of Vlorë running along the Ionian Sea under the Ceraunian Mountains in Southern Albania. It should not be confused with the Albanian coastline as a whole, which includes both the Riviera, and the flat coastline of central and north Albania. Traditionally, the region begins south of Llogara National Park, continues down along the coast through the villages of Borsh, Himara, Qeparo, Piqeras, and ends at Lukovë. The Albanian Riviera was proclaimed as the 2012 Top Value Destination by Frommer's. The region gained international attention after the 2009 reconstruction of the coastal road SH8, the 2010 tour stop of DJ Tiesto in Dhermi, and the filming of a Top Gear episode featuring a breath-taking car pursuit along the winding coastal road. The area is a major nightlife, ecotourist, and elite retreat destination in Albania. It features traditional Mediterranean villages, ancient castles, Orthodox churches, secluded turquoise beaches, mountain passes, seaside canyons, coves, free flowing rivers, underwater fauna, caves, and orange, lemon, and olive groves. In 48 BC during his pursuit of Pompey, Julius Caesar set foot and rested his legion at Palase. He continued onto Llogara Pass in a place later named Caesar's Pass. As part of the regional master plan, the World Bank and other institutions are financing local infrastructure projects, including the renovation of roofs and facades of traditional houses overlooking the Riviera and the construction of water supply and treatment plants. The whole coastline of Albania is over 320 km long and administered by the National Coastal Agency. Check out more awesome videos at

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