Sarande, Travel Guide
Also known as Sarandë, this colourful Mediterranean city is a great place to stay if you want to explore more of the Albanian Riviera. If any place in the world ever involves the word ‘riviera,’ you can pretty much guarantee that means it will be beaut, and the Albanian Riviera- a stretch of olive grove-smattered rocky coastline running alongside the turquoise waters of the Ionian Sea- is no exception. Which was a huge relief to me as I got my first glimpse of Saranda and the surrounding countryside from the open deck of the ferry from Corfu in Greece.
The ferry journey took a little longer than it should have done due to the fact that the sea was so choppy. And I’ll be honest; there were a few moments whilst being hit square in the face with some aggressive waves, surrounded by some very seasick passengers heaving into plastic bags, that I started to question whether it had really been a good idea to visit Albania this way at all. But pals, I had definitely made the right decision, and Saranda is the perfect starting point for a trip to this hidden gem of the Balkans.
“Sarande Travel Guide”
The Albanian Riviera is a beautiful coastline that stretches along the Ionian Sea. Its gorgeous beaches and seaside towns are perfect for travelers looking for an authentic experience in Albania. This blog post will give you everything you need to know about this region, including where to stay, how to get around, and what activities are available.
The Albanian Riviera is the country’s most popular tourist destination for both locals and foreigners. And with good reason! The coast offers a wide range of activities, from exploring the ancient ruins at Butrint to relaxing on the beach in Ksamil. With so much beautiful scenery on offer, it can be hard to decide what you want to do first – but don’t worry, I’ve done all of that research for you! This Albanian Riviera travel guide will help you plan your visit step-by-step. So pack your bags and get ready because Albania has some incredible sights waiting for you!