Lake Ohrid

The lake straddles the mountainous border between southwest of North Macedonia and east of Albania. It is one of the deepest and oldest lakes in Europe, with a unique aquatic ecosystem of global significance, with over 200 endemic species. The Lake region has the most ancient Slavonic monastery and the first Slavonic University in the Balkans – the Ohrid literary school that has spread writing, education and culture throughout the old Slavonic world.


A village in the municipality of Pogradec. As the village is surrounded by the lake, so you will enjoy the nice view everywhere you step a foot inside the village.

It is proved that life has started in Lin in the first period of the Iron Age by the Mosaics which are located on the hill.

The Paleo-Christian basilica of Lin represents one of the most important monuments of Albania. The structure is decorated with multicolored mosaics with floral, geometric motifs and Eucharistic scenes, typical of the Paleo-Christian period.


A settlement in the Korçë County, in southeastern Albania, located on the shores of Lake Ohrid. The village is very close to the border with Republic of North Macedonia. The village is wellknown for the untouched nature and the pure water also its special fish dishes.

Drilon National Park

 A paradise for those who want to forget about the bustle of the city. Drilon is one of the best national parks in Albania. It is located among the snow-capped mountains on the shores of Lake Ohrid – the deepest in Europe. In 1980, it was included in UNESCO World Heritage Site. Only in pure water of this lake is found unique Ahrydskaga trout or, in the local, “pastrimka.”  You can catch by yourself, or visit one of the many restaurants located on the shores of Ohrid – Selection of fish dishes they have huge. The national park has underground sources of fresh water, which have healing powers.