Riviera Tour Borsh-Qeparo-Himare-Porto Palermo-Vuno-Dhermi

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Paradise found! The Albanian Riviera has so many heaven beaches that you start to forget the names.


  • Culture,
  • Heritage, History
  • Beach
  • tourism


In this laid-back tour, immerse yourself in inimitable culture, amazing food and natural wonders. Sunbathe in deserted beaches and relax in seaside villages or drink coffee listening to the music of waterfalls in Borsh We start the trip at 8:30 or 9 from Saranda and we go ahead to the first stop wich is Ujvara Waterfall in Borsh Borsh (stop for 30 min) Borsh is a maritime village, in the Albanian Riviera, in the former Lukovë municipality, Vlorë County, Albania, The village is inhabited by Muslim Albanians who speak the Lab dialect of Albanian. Borsh borders with Fterra, Qeparo, Piqeras and has a population of 2500 inhabitants. Next Stop is Qeparo (stop for 30 minutes ) Qeparo is quaint village which offers visitors a look at the beautiful stone architecture of the region, and the calm, relaxing, white sandy beaches that rest alongside the clear turquoise waters. The next destination is Porto Palermo Castle (stop for 1 hour ) • Admission ticket included Porto Palermo Castle is a castle with an intriguing history near Himara in wonderful southern coast of Albania of the Ionian Sea. The Porto Palermo fortress served as theformer Soviet submarine base during the communist regime in Albania, and nowadays its semi abandoned tunnel and barrack attract attention of visitors, as well as the stronghold walls and gates built by the powerful Ali Pasha of Ionina. After that we gone visit Himara and than Vuno and Dhermi Himare (stop for 15 min) Himara lies along the Ionian coast of Albania. It is situated in the southwestern part of the country, from the extreme south of Llogara Pass to Qeparo Mountain in southeast, with a straight length of 22 km. The town of Himara is the capital of the region that consists of Himara town along with 7 villages: Palasa, Drymades, Ilias, Vuno, Piluri, Kudhesi and Qeparo. Continuing south from the village of Vuno, visitors will come across the small town of Himara. The town consist of two main parts, the Old Himara situated on top of the Barbaka hill and the new part built of the gulf of Spile. Vuno (15 min) The village of Vuno with an important history, is the village where Lord Byron and other famous writer Edward Lear stoped for a while to enjoy the architecture and church murals during their travels across Albania. It doesn’t have a beach, but it is very authentic, with donkeys, hand-carts, traditional houses with their vineyards. Dhermi (15 min) Dhërmi is a village in Vlorë County, Albania. It is part of the municipality Himarë. The village is built on a slope of the Ceraunian Mountains at approximately 200 meters in altitude. It comprises three neighborhoods: Gjilek, Kondraq (also known as Kallam), and Dhërmi itself. The mountains descend to the southwest into the Ionian coast and Corfu in the distance to the south. Nearby is the village of Palasë. Recently the coastal area has seen a boom in the construction After we come back to Saranda we can stop at Llaman Beach for 1 hour (free time for swiming )


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