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Where the Adriatic and the Ionian Seas meet, begins the journey towards the Llogara National Park. The lush forests of pines and oaks are only the beginning of this “mountain of panoramas,” which is beautifully surrounded by numerous mountain ranges and the majestic Ionian Sea. Located only 40 km southeast of Vlora, the Llogara National Park is one of the most visited natural parks in Albania, home to a rich flora and fauna and some of the most exceptional food in the country.

Qafa e Llogarasë is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1043m above the sea level, connecting the Dukat Valley in the north with the Albanian Riviera on the southern side. This is the highest point on the main coastal road between Vlore and Sarande.

Between the coastal Albanian cities of Vlore and Himare is the famous Llogara Pass, a winding alpine road, rising to 1043m and overlooking the Albanian riviera.



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