Lezhë

Zek Curri

Our guesthouse is situated between the attractive nature, clean air and offers various activities for the visitors: as hiking in the mountains, horse-riding etc.The food served is traditional and bio such as: pie, fli, various dairy products, raki and wine of the area, different types of fruits, etc.

Zef Ndoci

Situated in the midst of greenery, fresh mountain air, beautiful fields of flowers, our guesthouse offers various activities such as hiking in the mountains etc.The food served is traditional of the area as: pie, fli, different kinds of fresh fruits.

House of the poet Gjergj Fishta

It is located in Zadrima Fishtë village, in the national  road Lezhë-Shkodër, km 10.

The Church of Rubik

The Church of Rubik is located on the top of a rocky hill overlooking the small town of Rubik. The church represents one of the most important religious monuments of the 12th - 13th centuries CE. Its construction was completed in 1272 CE and has served as a Benedictine abbey and as a Franciscan monastery. Of particular value and importance are the Byzantine style wall frescoes that adorn the church’s interior.

The Memorial of Skanderbeg

The Memorial of Skanderbeg was inaugurated in 1981 CE in honor of Albania’s national hero, Gjergj Kastrioti. It was built at his burial place, over the ruins of the Church of San Nikolas in the town of Lezha. After the Ottomans invaded Lezha, they destroyed the church and the tomb of Skanderbeg. The church was later reconstructed in the beginning of the 20th century. Inside the memorial, there are displayed a copy of Skanderbeg’s sword and helmet, along with emblems of the Albanian feudal families during the period.

Lezha Castle

Lezha Castle, originating from Illyrian times, is located at the top of a 186 meter high hill to the east of the town of Lezha. In 1440 CE it was reconstructed by the Venetians, and then again in 1522 CE after the Ottoman conquest. The castle bears traces of Illyrian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman architecture. Interesting places to visit include the ruins of the Ottoman buildings inside the castle, the tower at the southeastern wall with its Roman arch, the mosque and the Illyrian tower on the southern wall.

Shëngjini beach

Shëngjini beach is a sandy beach in Lezha district, situated 8 km away from the city of Lezha. Shëngjini beach is well known for its high quality of sand and has 200-300 sunny days per year. In the north of Shëngjini, before the Renci Hills, is the wonderful beach of Rana e Hedhun (Powdered Sand), which is well protected from the winds of this area. Lezha seaside has a wonderful natural ecosystem ideal for the development of ecotourism, bird watching, etc. Because of the winds in this area, Drini River delta is recommended for surfing.

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