The first were the Swiss. They started to go on holiday in Albania since 2005. Then, were six thousand. In 2013, 40 thousand. Not a few. But the record come form the Italians. For different summers they chose the Albanian coast - and cities - to spend the summer holidays. Reaching the amount of "more than 90 thousand people." With a 2014 which promises to be even better. "We expect an increase of ten per cent," gloats Benko Gjata, Associazione Culturale Italo-Albanian "Vatra".
Precisely because of this boom to his country, he has just written "a 180-page guide, written in Italian." Stuff that has not been seen since the days of Mussolini, he swears. Explaining: "Not because he was born there, but Albania is a wonderful country that Italians are discovering more and more. It is one of the least known and most fascinating destinations of the Mediterranean."
Now, that is a businessman Benko Gjata is a true spot of his Country and this is quite obvious. Normal, given the position he plays in Italy and plays with passion. But the "Land of the Eagles" is the great tourist discovery of the Italians and this is very evident. Both for direct flights to proliferate and scrolling through the various blogs of travelers and tourists, giving the country's ratings are excited to say the least. The top terms are 'climate, hospitality, cleanliness and safety'. "In addition to the crystal clear sea and towns with Roman ruins of unexpected beauty".