A village in Korce surrounded by mountains and hills, completely covered with trees and bushes. The source of the Osum River lies there, which crosses the entire place and forms a basin that collects all the waters of the numerous springs in this country. Near the village is the artificial lake of Gjanc, where there are different species of fish. Around the lake live different species of wild animals, wild birds and forests .Many medicinal plants grow in the forests of the area.

The people of Vithkuq are distinguished by their generosity, hospitality and kindness.

They prefer to eat their food in a distinctive atmosphere of traditional music and dances, such as the famous Dado dance

Like all the villages of Korce, it is characterized by clean air that is suitable for recovery from respiratory diseases. Bonus New Member Slot Bonus Sicbo slot gacor gampang menang bonus new member Daftar SBOBET Sbobet Sbobet Slot Gacor SBOBET


The Pearl of the Albanian Nature

One of the most famous villages of Korce County, located between mountains in the southeast of Albania, half an hour away from Korce, an important cultural and commercial center during 18th century. But it continued to be an important religious center for the indigenous people because of the important churches they had, there are still 7 churches and a monastery among them.

It is known for the presence of the oldest printing house since the Ottoman era. Voskopoja is characterized by its pure air so it is highly recommended for patients with asthma or any respiration problems, the picturesque nature between mountains, pine forests, water springs and medical plants.

You will be impressed by the organic products there from meat, dairy products to leather also the traditional clothes.

A must eat meal there a traditional meal called Lacror.

The village’s distinctive activities are skiing during winter, camping during summer, and riding horses all year long.


Which means Pear in Albanian

One of the most important villages for ski centers located half an hour from Korce, located between the hills that give the village slopes suitable for skiing. It is famous for its wood crafts and beautiful traditional clothes. It is characterized by old houses alongside modern architectural buildings and cobblestone streets.

Stinky water: An ancient spring water famous for its strong smell and taste because it contains sulfur. It has healing properties for anemia, stomach, liver and kidneys.


“The Forgotten Village” in Korce County, in the south-east of Albania. Boboshtica is known for its amazing nature with fresh air and water, diverse bushy plants, centuries-old fruit trees, oak and coniferous trees, and many medicinal plants.

Small houses made of stone with particular architecture, churches, bridges, taps, cobbled streets, and squares offer the great possibility of cultural and historic tourism. Also, the rich terrain gives the opportunity for recreational and sports activities such as: walking, running, cycling, climbing, ski, and paragliding.

Saint George’s Boulevard

Taking a walk up and down this famous street is a thing that locals love to do and that visitors enjoy as well. Right opposite Saint George’s Cathedral, this main pedestrian street in Korce is a fantastic area where you can discover more about the local vibe and lifestyle. Guarded by lush rows of apple trees, the pedestrian area is populated by coffee shops, bars, cafeterias, and delicious ice cream parlors.

National Museum of Education

The First Albanian Language School and Museum of Education is where, for the first time, the written Albanian alphabet was taught to students. Today, the museum and old school has become the place where locals celebrate and display the history of the national language.

Curious documents at the museum include pieces of writing in the two alphabets of the language, as well as manuscripts and ancient photography.


Mirahori Mosque

One of the oldest mosques in the country. This Albanian temple, Iliaz Bej Mirahorit Mosque, dates back to the fifteenth century. It has a majestic elegance and is home to a famous stone clock tower, another local landmark in town. The complex also houses a Madrassa (place for religious studies).

The newly built minaret replaces the original one, which was torn down back in the 1990s by the Communist regime.

Korce Bazaar

Strolling along the alleys of Korce Bazaar is one of the best things to do in Korce. The bazaar is certainly the place to go for your Albania souvenirs, but there is much more to it. If you are curious about the Balkan – and in particular, the Albanian – tradition of bars and cafés, then this is the right place to visit.

The Bazaar features dozens of small cafés and typical taverns. The place gets even more alive in the early evenings when people of all ages, families, and groups of friends gather in the Bazaar area to share local food, coffee, or a glass of local drinks.

Old Town

Beautiful cobbled alleyways on the old side of Korce hide unexplored area of the city made of French aristocratic villas, attractive tiny houses and beautiful corners, making it perfect instgrammable place.