Full Day Program Saranda – Butrint

1 Day

What to visit:

  • The Castle of Lekursi *  Peninsula of Ksamil *  The Ancient City of Butrinti *  Ancient theatre of Butrint , 5000 seats 
  • Paleochristian baptistery
  • Asclepius temple , dedicated to the god of medicine
  • Nymph , lion’s gate , ancient walls 
  • Numerous colorful mosaics  

Free time for optional Lunch – (Albanian traditional meal , from 12 – 15 Eur / pax)


  • A professional guide, local guides, assistance & information according to the  program
  • A bus during all the tour
  • Entrance fee of the visits included


  • Explore the Southern part of Albania , Saranda
  • Visit the ancient city of Butrinti , lion’s gate , amphitheatre & museum
  • Enjoy the scenery of the Jonian sea in Butrinti and up to Likursi’s castle
  • See the city on your own & free time for personal adventure
Day 1 :
Full Day

<p>Meet the clients at port of Saranda. Departure at 08.00 for trip to the main interesting objects of Saranda & Butrinti ancient city.</p><p></p><p>Saranda – The gateway to the southern Albania, is a small town located between high mountain and the Ionian Sea. The name Saranda derives from an early Christian monastery dedicated to Santi Quaranta (Forty Saints). Located on the shores of Ionian sea, in front of Greek island of Corfu, Saranda is characterized by a Mediterranean climate and warm sea waters. Due to its location and warm weather Saranda is one of the most attractive tourist town in Albanian Riviera, where honeymooners traditionally spend their holidays. Located in front of the sea and along the main promenade there are some hotels and restaurants which offer you catering facilities and accommodation. Daily ferryboat links Saranda with the nearby Greek island of Corfu.</p><p></p><p>Butrinti – Archaeological Site, perhaps the most romantic archaeological site in Albania. Inhabited since prehistoric times, Butrint has been a Roman city and a bishopric. Following a period of prosperity under Byzantine administration, then a brief occupation by the Venetians, the city was abandoned in the late middle Ages after marshes formed in the area. The present archaeological site is a repository of ruins representing each period in the city’s development.</p>

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Full Day Program Saranda – Butrint