This area is located in the district of Tropoja and includes the area on the northeastern edge of Albania, the highest point of the border between Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro. Gashi River Valley, which flows into Valbona, starts from the Dobërdol glacial areas. The flow of this valley is well known for its natural beauty, with a narrow range of enlargements creating very attractive features. In one of its segments, the valley narrows too much thus taking the form of a narrow canyon. Slopes of the valley are lined with oak forests, especially with coniferous and beech.
The Towers of Mic Sokoli and Sali Mani are two traditional towers located in the village of Bujan, a few kilometers south of Bajram Curri. The village of Bujan has been mentioned as a dwelling place since the 14th century CE. Mic Sokoli, born in Bujan, was a notable fighter of the Albanian League of Prizren. He died in the battle fighting against the Ottoman forces in 1881 CE.
The tower of Sali Mani is the place where the Conference of Bujan was held during the Second World War.
The Ethnographic Museum of Dibra. It is located in “Elez Isufi” boulevard in the town of Peshkopia. The objects of this museum are housed in a traditional building with typical architecture.There are round 2.000 objects displayed to the visitors. The items include a complex of national folk dresses, rugs and carpets, different arms since the Illyrian period.
The Historic Museum of Mat opened in 1983 CE in the town of Burrel.The museum provides a description of the historical records of the area. A particularly interesting display is a layout of powder production, something that the region of Mat was well known for.
Grezhdani Castle is located 11 km southeast of the town of Peshkopia, not far from the village of Maqellare.The castle dates back to the 4th century CE, during the late Roman period. During the Middle Ages, it was supposed to be the Stefigradi Castle, which was under the control of Albanian national hero Skanderbeg. It was strategically located, linking the region of Dibra with Kosova and Macedonia. It was declared a historical monument in 1963 CE and covers an area of 34 hectares.
This park is situated on the eastern slope of the majestic Kunora e Lurës (Crown of Lura). Natural beauty is everywhere, with ancient stands of pine and no fewer than fourteen picturesque glacial lakes. In summer and winter alike, recreational opportunities abound for outdoor enthusiasts. In this are there are 12 glacial lakes. the most beautiful is the Flower Lake. There are great opportunities for activities lice hiking, climbing, horse riding etc.