The Albanian Riviera is characterized by a constellation of rocky and isolated beaches, surrounded by scenic hills and vertiginous mountains covered in lush and untamed vegetation that is typical of the Mediterranean.
Charming and hospitable villages were built over the centuries between the mountains and the sea, places where visitors can find a temporary home to enjoy the splendid waters and breathtaking vistas of the Ionian Sea.
With 300 days of sun and warm temperatures even in January, the Albanian Riviera can be enjoyed almost all year round, even beyond its beaches, though they are the main attraction.
Cika Mountain, Llogara – Vlore.
The Ionian coastline is known for its deep and aquamarine waters, and young people flock to its shores to partake in boat tours and diving, among other water sports.
Gjipe Beach – Albania
Some of the most iconic beaches of Albania are in the southern shores, including the Dhërmi, Jal, Himarë, Qeparo, and Borsh cluster, and Saranda and Ksamil a bit further south.
Porto Palermo – Albania
Travelling to the Ionian cost from the Llogara Pass, located at 1,057 meters above sea level, visitors can visit the bird’s eye, a breathtaking attraction of this coast.
Albania riviera – Borsh
Ksamil – Albania