Prestigious Italian media, Il Corriere, has dedicated an article to Albanian beauties, especially, to the "virgin" seas and bays.
The media writes that the sea and the beaches of Albania are the most beautiful to see, starting from the North to the South, overlooking the Adriatic and the Ionian.
They encourage their citizens to visit our country, arguing that Albania is geographically close to Italy and it has fabulous beauty and some of the most beautiful beaches in the Balkans.
They also say that in Albania, there are intact bays, hidden coves and "paradise" accessible only by boat.
"From unknown place to holiday destination. Who would have thought that Albania would soon become one of the new European summer destinations preferred by Italians (and not only)? In recent years, the "Land of Eagles" has been reborn: young, dynamic, creative - despite the problems of each developing country. Lively cities, crystal clear sea, pristine landscapes and some of the most beautiful beaches on the Balkan Peninsula. The best beaches are in the south of the country, between the city of Vlora and Ksamil, which is located on the border with Greece. Attractions like Sazani and Karaburuni can be reached by boat.
Going down, you "meet" Porto Palermo, with the castle of Ali Pasha overlooking the sea and Borsh, embraced by an area of olive trees and Mediterranean shrubs. And then Himara and Saranda to Ksamil of this space, famous for sunsets and waters that fade from blue to light blue.
In the north of Albania, there is Velipoja and Cape Rodoni, where you can admire the remains of an ancient castle from the time of Skanderbeg, the Albanian national hero,' writes Il Corriere.