Plan a beach escape to the Albanian Riviera while it’s still under the radar.
In search of a budget beach break? Albania could be just the ticket.
The Balkan country is yet to make its mark on Europe’s mainstream tourist trail – which is all the more reason to visit.
Stretching along the Adriatic and Ionian seas, Albania’s 450-kilometre coastline is dotted with golden sands and pine forests but very few foreign tourists.
Beach lovers should make a beeline for the Albanian Riviera, where white beaches and turquoise waters have drawn comparisons with the Maldives.
Here’s how to visit the Mediterranean hidden gem before the crowds descend.
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