One of the most attractive attractions of the vicinity of Vlora is the park Karaburun-Sazan. Diving enthusiasts will be able to admire a variety of underwater flora and fauna, see the ruins of Greek, Roman ships, World War II ships and huge caves. An important feature of this park is the underwater meadows of posidonia. For scientists, they are a kind of indicator of the purity of water in the Mediterranean.
Boat trip to Karaburun peninsula
Exploring the blue caves
Deep sea swimming
BAY OF GRAMA
Grama Bay is a bay in the Ionian Sea, located along the Albanian Riviera south of the Karaburun Peninsula. Representing a rocky bay, on the shore dominated by rocks that go vertically to the sea and rocky, pebbly beaches. It extends over the territory of the Karaburun-Sazan marine park and has been recognized as a natural monument due to the outstanding landscape dotted with sea caves and grottoes.
Visit to the Blue Lagoon Bay of Grama
ST. MARIA MONASTERY
The island of Zvernetz, known as the Monastery of St Mary, is located 15 kilometers northwest of the resort town of Vlora. Every year this unspoilt corner of Albania attracts more tourists and outdoor lovers. A tiny stretch of land in the Narta Lagoon, long isolated, is now connected to the mainland by a 270-metre long wooden bridge. Almost completely shrouded in pine trees, the island is 450 m long, and the maximum width of 300 m is officially considered uninhabited. However, there is a functioning Orthodox monastery of Saint Mary - a monument of Byzantine architecture of the 13th century.