Albania covers a total area 28,748 km2 and is distinguished for its spectacular and diverse terrain. One-third of the country consists of lowlands located primarily in the west and extending along the Adriatic
and Ionian coasts. The remainder of the country is hilly or mountainous and offers tremendous views and vistas. The highest point in Albania, at 2,751 m, is Mount Korabi in Dibra district. As one might
expect, this beautiful and varied terrain offers visitors many opportunities to enjoy Albania’s natural beauty.
Welcome to our beautiful country, land of the eagles. Albania is an attractive tourist destination, not only due to its varied landscapes, but also thanks to its rich cultural and historical treasures. Albania is located in a very important section of the Balkan Peninsula, facing “ancient Rome” and en route to Byzantium and the “capital of the world” at that time, Istanbul. As such, many conquerors have passed through the region, leaving traces of their cultures.
Albania is a land to be loved.In this small Mediterranean country,virgin nature and cultural mysteries come together to create a unique sense of place.
From the pure, white snow of the mountains to the red fields of spring poppies, Albania’s landscape is ever changing with the seasons, offering visitors a warm summer beach holiday or a challenging mountain trek during the fall. In Albania, visitors are welcomed as guests as part of the country’s rich cultural traditions and heritage. The warm hospitality of Albanians will make everyone feel at home in this small, wonderful land.