Sites and Attraction - Joel Travel
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EXCEPT FOR THE ORGINASED TOURS, WE GIVE YOU THE CHANCE TO CREATE A TOUR BASED ON YOUR PERSONAL PREFERENCES. YOU JUST TELL US WHERE YOU WANT TO GO AND WILL DO OUR BEST TO ORGANIZE AN UNFORGETTABLE TOUR FOR YOU

The National Park of Butrint

A worldwide know attraction that offers you a journey to the ancient day of Roman empire and Byzantium.

Ksamil

Located only 15 minutes from Saranda, Ksamil is a wonderful place that is one the most beautiful places in Albania. There you can visit Mirror Beach, Monastery Beach, Pema e Thate, Pulebardha, Gjiri i Hartes, 3 Islands etc.

The Castle of Lekuresi

A main attraction in Saranda. The view from the top is amazing and their is also the Monastery of 40 Saints where you can check out some really ancient iconographics.

Gjirokastra,

The city made of stone, Gjirokastra, is located near Saranda and has many attractions to visit and to enjoy the traditional roads and buildings.

Saranda

The amazing city of Saranda  offers many places like the Synagogue, Church, Mosque, St.Nicolas Church Mesopotam, 40 Saints Monastery.

Albanian Riviera

Albanian Riviera  also is a place full of suprises with places like Lukova, Porto Palermo, Borshi, Dhermi, Jala, Himare. These are amazing places to visit and you will encounter a lot of Bunkers along the way.

Blue Eye

We offer our proffesional guide in the magnificent miracle of nature Blue Eye where you can enjoy an amazing view and good local good.

Blue Eye is a water spring and natural phenomenon occurring near Muzinë in Vlorë County, southern Albania. A popular tourist attraction, the clear blue water of the river bubbles forth from a depth of more than fifty-metres. Divers have descended to fifty metres, but it is still unclear what the actual depth of the karst hole is

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