According to The Sunday Observer, Albania has staggering scenery and deserted landscapes, and is still a country, which is off the tourist radar. This will be welcomed by those who wish to make an early investment in property in Albania, as an early investment can lead to better long-term profit.
Visiting Northern Albania, The Sunday Observer reports from Lake Koman, where they are taking a ferry trip. The ferry itself is reported to still be off the main tourist trail, populated mostly by locals joined by a few back packers and foreign bikers.
Readers are reminded that Albania has seen some hard times over the last century. Located across the sea from Italy and North of Greece, Albania is trying to make its way in the new millennium. Albania’s largest city in the North, Shkodër is described as having an impressive medieval castle which dates back to Venetian and Ottoman times. Evenings are social, with locals coming out to walk and gather in cafes – reminiscent of Italy.
The journey up Lake Koman ends at the Albanian Alps. The ferry journey includes limestone cliffs, gorges, narrow passageways and is like something out of the Lord of the Rings. Lake Koman is followed by a two hour drive to the Valbona Valley, with its dramatic peaks. Chalet style hotels can be found in Albania’s mountains and Valleys.
The Sunday Observer’s writer is unable to visit Albania’s stunning coastline, and also misses out on visiting Butrint. Albania is described as being a rare find. Second to none is the hospitality that Albania has to offer, this in particular being noted as something that if it were a marketable resource, Albania would indeed be rich.
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