Albania, a Tempting and Cheap Destination for Spanish Tourists

Albania, a Tempting and Cheap Destination for Spanish Tourists

TIRANA, May 21

Numerous newspapers, television networks, travel websites are writing about Albania as the place to visit during 2018. Recently, the Spanish daily newspaper La Vanguardia wrote a similar article to its readers. The tourism industry is one of the most important sectors of the economy in Spain. While millions of tourists flock to the country every year, Spanish people are looking for destinations not affected by mass-tourism and Albania is perfect for them.
Two days ago, the Spanish daily newspaper La Vanguardia proposed to its undecided readers to travel to Albania if they are looking for a cheap and tempting summer destination to visit this season.
“It is likely that it never crossed your mind to include Albania among your possible holiday destinations. The reason is nothing more than the lack of information about a country that was isolated for decades,” La Vanguardia begins its introduction for Albania.
Moreover, it warns the reader that they will commit a serious mistake in case they don’t include Albania in their travel plans.
“Albania is shaping up as one of the regions with a huge tourism potential. If you like to discover authentic gems, consider visiting it before the country is overcrowded with tourists,” the article says.
The article highlights the incredible coastline full of unspoiled and even deserted beaches washed by the crystal clear waters of the Ionian Sea. In the meantime, cultural and historical elements from the past can be noticed almost everywhere.
“The impressionable ruins of Butrint, with more than 3,000 years of history, the historic center of Gjirokastra, one of the few well-preserved sites of Ottoman architecture, castles and bunkers are some of the many wonders, not to forget natural destinations like the Blue Eye, not to be missed in Albania” La Vanguardia concludes.
The article listed four other destinations including Montenegro, Croatia, Romania, and Morocco.

News Source: La Vanguardia

Photo Credit: Arton Krasniqi

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