Located in the southwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula, Albania has a favorable geographical position as it is bordered to the northwest by Montenegro, to the northeast by Kosovo, to the east by northern Macedonia and to the south by Greece. Albania is 78 km near Italy, along the Otranto Canal.
With a population of about 3 million inhabitants, Albania is known for its religious tolerance, ethnographic culture, very rich flora and fauna with endemic species. The Mediterranean climate is typical in Albania thanks to its geographical location. Discovering new places and setting off to new adventures, no matter the season, is something that you can do in Albania thanks to its mild winters and 300 days of sunshine a year.
In the Albanian territory (an area of 28,748 km2) you can find lakes, rivers, valleys and mountains, which offer fabulous views and are among the most visited touristic attractions.
Albania offers many natural resources, tourist attractions and historical wealth, including a diverse culture in many directions, such as cinematography, theater, fine arts, etc.
In this country, known as the “Hidden Pearl of Europe”, a nickname given to it by tourists and the international media, there are some UNESCO-protected assets included in the World Heritage Fund.