Durres Beach

      Durres beach, a national beach, is the largest in Albania. The highlights of this area include soft sands, warm, Adriatic waters which gradually increase in depth, and lots of restaurants and cafes. This all ensures great relaxation on hot, summer days and swimming for all age/skill levels.

     Typical beach goers enjoy sun-bathing, relaxing with refreshments in the numerous shaded cafes, observing local Albanian families as well as foreign ones, swimming, paddle boating, futbol fun, and watching an Adriatic sunset with friends, family, and loved ones.

Beach Size: 4km (Dajlan Bridge to Kavaja Rock)

Beach Divisions: Agip, Apollonia, Hekurudha, Iliria, Kavaja Rock, Plepa, and Teuta

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