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Speleology

The countryside of Albania is dotted with e great variety of caves. Some of them very accessible. In the region of Shkodra only there are more than thirty large caves. Many tourists have enjoyed exploring one of Albania’s largest caves called Pellumbas or Back Cave Located southeast of Tirana , it ranges from ten to thirty-five  meters wide, fiveteen to forty meters high and is approximately three hundred meters long. In Tirana district there are other caves such as Vali ( Biza ), Shpella e Mirë ( Good Cave ) in Brair etc. Another attractive option for cave explorers is Albania’s largest cave Pirrogoshi, located in the village of Radesh in Skrapar. Other intriguing spelunking opportunities exist in the following places: Juban, Zhyla, Murriqan, Pusi, Arapi in Shkodra and Alps region. The cave of Lekë Peta in Kurvelesh( south Albania) , Neziri Cave in Mat region, Kreshmoi in Konispol, Doshi in Mirdite   etc.

There are also costal caves , the biggest of this kind in Haxhi Alia cave in Karaburun Peninsula .

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