Submitted by edisabecolli on Fri, 07/11/2014 - 08:31
Llogora Tourist Village is located in the heart of the National Park Llogora covering an area of 12 klm. It consists of 16 challets, a four-floor hotel with a heated pool, the Beer Club, a taver, a restaurant, a bar, basket-ball court, a conference room as well as two extra rooms of smaller capacity which serve as event- and- family- meetings facilities. While the temperature in spring in other cities of Albania reaches high levels, the tepretarure in Llogora reaches during the day 10 degrees minimum and during the night 10-12 degrees.
Vlora is one of the largest and most populous cities in Albania. It is 130 km from the capital, 120 km from Mother Teresa International Airport, and is home to the second largest port in Albania. Vlora is rich in history and antiquity. This historic city dates back to the 6th century B.C., when it was known as Aulona. Fragments of the massive wall surrounding Aulona have been found in the center of the city, close to Sheshi i Flamurit (Flag Square). In 1081, the city fell under Norman dominion.
Today started in Vlora the sixth edition of Aulona Interfolk Festival, an activity that gather groups of traditional dancing from all around Europe. This event was made possible thanks to the support of the Albanian National Tourism Agency. Vlora menwhile celebrated the summer season opening too. On the occasion the Municipality of Vlora had arranged different activities. The National Tourism Agency were part of the agenda for the organization's operations and has opened a photographic exhibition, in which have been shown photographic images of landscapes of the beautiful seaside of Vlora.