Rozafa castle (Albanian: Kalaja e Rozafës) is a castle near the city of Shkodër, in northwestern Albania. It rises imposingly on a rocky hill, 130 metres (430 ft) above sea level, surrounded by the Bojana and Drin rivers. Shkodër is the seat of Shkodër County, and is one of Albania’s oldest and most historic towns, as well as an important cultural and economic centre.
Komani Lake - Ferry Tour
Following the construction of the dam and inundation of the area, a ferry service was established to serve the local population. Since the 2000s, the area has become a growing tourist destination. As a result, the old car ferry ship Dardania underwent a complete makeover and began regular trips in May 2015 with the new name Alpin Ferry.
MESI BRIDGE - KIRI RIVER ( Prekal )
Mes Bridge (Albanian: Ura e Mesit “The bridge on the middle”) is a bridge in the village of Mes, about five kilometres (straight line) northeast of Shkodër, in northwestern Albania.It is a monument of Postribs culture,turning the site into a turist attraction with a lot of visitors from all around the world. For foreiners the architecture of the bridge is intriguing with round slick stones and stone plates. The surrounding panorama gives the bridge an even more picturesque view
TAMARA Mountain Trip
Tamarë is a settlement in the former Kelmend municipality, Shkodër County, northern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became part of the municipality Malësi e Madhe
RAZMA & THETH Mountain trip
Local tradition asserts a single common ancestor for the community (one Ded Nika) and suggests that the population moved to Theth some 300 to 350 years ago in order to preserve their (Catholic) Christian traditions. Visiting Theth in the early 20th century, the traveller Edith Durham said: I think no place where human beings live has given me such an impression of majestic isolation from all the world.
SHURDHAH ISLAND Archeological site
Shurdhah Island (Albanian: Ishulli i Shurdhahit) is an island in northern Albania. Shurdhah Island is located in the Vau i Dejës Reservoir, which is fed and drained by the river Drin. It is the largest island in the reservoir with an area of 7.5 hectares. From the most northern tip of the island to the most southern tip of it, it has an estimated length of 390 m (1,280 ft). It is mainly covered by trees. It is accessible by tourist boat in summer from the Vau i Dejës dam or Rragam.