Albania is located in the heart of the Mediterranean and lies alongside the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. The country is one of the most interesting tourism destinations in the region. A country explored by very few people, Albania is an exciting place to visit. Its increasing number of visitors can find here an inspiring blend of civilizations and cultures that make this European country attractive for tourists.
The country has a beautiful, mostly sandy, coastline stretching along the Adriatic Sea from the Montenegrin border south to the Bay of Vlora. From here southwards the coast is rugged, with rocky coves characteristic of a narrow coastal strip that rests against a dramatic backdrop of steeply rising tall mountains.
Albania’s numerous mountains and rivers offer many possibilities for sports tourism, including many outdoor activities—parasailing, climbing, hiking, canoeing, cycling, swimming, diving—as well as for simply enjoying the beauty of nature.
The country’s history and culture is fascinating. Several Albanian cities retain an appearance that has changed little over many generations and that conserve in their midst remains that date back more than two thousand years. Numerous archeological sites make the country very attractive for special interest tourism.
If you would like to visit Albania, please click in the official page of National Tourism Agency. http://albania.al