Saranda

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Saranda, becomes a popular low budget summer destination, attracting tourists from Europe and around the world.

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Saranda, the historical city of South Albania

This coastal town that lies in the Ionian Sea, is found less than an hour away from the island of Corfu. Important monuments speak of a great past, as in 228 B.C. it was occupied by the Romans and became a wealthy city with thermal springs, theatres, mansions and temples. Over the years, the city had different names like Porto Eda and Sarandoz. Nowadays, it becomes a popular low budget summer destination, attracting tourists from Europe and around the world. Travel to this fast-growing Mediterranean port with cheap ferry tickets to Saranda through letsferry.com.

Top attractions
- Lekuresi Castle
is 4 km away from the port and it was built in 1537. It has two impressive round towers and an amazing view that reaches as far as Corfu.
- The city is named after the Monastery of Forty Saints from the proto-byzantine period. You can find it 4 km from the port.
- Butrint is a Unesco World Heritage Site and the most famous attraction in Albania. At this huge archaeological site, you can visit: The Acropolis, the Cyclopean Walls, the Ancient Theatre, the Sanctuary of Asclepius, the Palace, the Venetian Castle, the Archaeological Museum, the Baptistery, the Great Basilica, etc.

Top beaches
- Saranda bay
is close to the port, and it is partly pebbled and partly sandy.
- Ksamil is a crowded beach known as the Caribbean of Albania. Its turquoise waters and fine facilities make this place a popular choice for both locals and tourists.
- Shpella e Pëllumbave and Pulëbardha Beach, in a short distance you can find stunning beaches with crystal blue waters.

Top activities
- Strolling at the seafront boulevard
of the city that is adorned with palm trees and has many cafes, bars and restaurants.
- Explore the Butrint National Park. Apart from the archaeological site you can visit the Lagoon of Butrint and the natural channel of Vivari where thousands of rare animals and birds live.
- Hiking at Blue Eye (Syri i Kaltër). Spring waters, flourishing trails and a frozen lake, turn this place into a small heaven!

Tip: You can reach Saranda by car, boat or bus. People in Saranda speak English, Italian and Greek. The local currency is lek but euro is also accepted. Visit the Balkan Riviera with cheap ferry tickets to Saranda through Let’s Ferry.

Information about the port of Saranda

The port is connected to Corfu, Bari, Brindisi. The facilities you will find at the port are taxis, buses, minibuses, car rentals and currency exchange services.