Sarandë City Guide
Sarandë is a coastal town in Southern Albania, at the end of the Albanian Riviera. It is situated in the central Mediterranean on an open sea plain of the Ionian Sea, some 14 km east of the island of Corfu. The coastal town is host to some of Europe’s finest beaches, is the unofficial capital of the Albanian Riviera and is the perfect place to discover Albania’s south.
The ruins of the ancient town of Butrint, a UNESCO World Heritage site, are near Sarandë. Sarandë has a large Greek population and is considered one of the two centers of the minority in Albania.
From the plebby beaches close to the city to the vibrant nightlife, Sarandë is a top choice destination that every traveler and is often included on the itinerary of cruise ships.
Monastery of Forty Saints
Sarandë Museum of Tradition
Sarandë Museum of Archaeology
Butrint National Park
Syri Kalter - The Blue Eye
Borsh Castle & Mosque
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