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It was hard to get taxi-they say you cant go.Well yes you can, you just need to walk last 200 meters. There is no information so prepare yourself in advance. You can clime and see yourself. I would suggest to go in the morning or...More
We walked from our hotel and trusting the map it lead us up there. A bit hot, but a nice stroll. Got to see more than just the tourist side of Sarandë. Took about 1 hour and 5 min, but we walked in a high...More
If u want to go to this place you have 2 options , climbing the Sarandas mounting , or take the road from the back ( form Gjashtë).It is worth it i really liked the view and the history behind this place .
While little sadly remains of this important religious/historical site it is nonetheless worth a visit, if not for the nearby castle on this hill, but the views of Saranda and the bay. Built and then modified over a number of centuries, (the correct structure dates...More
This was a very pleasant surprise. We really enjoyed our time up at the Monastery. The views of Sarande were fabulous. Akim, the custodian, was very friendly and, if you speak Albanian, he will give you a fascinating insight into the Monastery. Well worth the...More
Go early in the morning, or later in the afternoon,
when the light is softer for the pictures...
Excellent panoramic view on Saranda & Corfu!
If you walk up on foot from the city center, some friendly neighbor will likely invite you for a cool...More
Although it's an amazing place with a huge meaning , I can't understand why is so abandoned. It's very hard to find with no signs and the road not easy to drive .
The view of Sarande and the bay is breathtaking .
EURO is accepted everywhere. Sometimes they can give you your change in EURO or most commonly they will give it in lek. They told us that Euro coins have an exchange rate of 1-1 and they use for paper money the rate for... More
EURO is accepted everywhere. Sometimes they can give you your change in EURO or most commonly they will give it in lek. They told us that Euro coins have an exchange rate of 1-1 and they use for paper money the rate for 1euro=136 lek.