While Albania may have gone from a virtually unknown land to a well-established stop on the Balkan backpacker trail in barely a decade, its interior remains little known. But a popular three-day round trip that combines a spectacular ferry ride and a fantastic day hike between two remote mountain hamlets has put northern Albania’s mysterious highlands on the map.
National Geographic France unveiled the latest list of the top 14 destinations to visit during 2018 where Albania ranks 11th. ‘Set off to adventure in Albania’ the article highlights about Albania.
Çobo wine was born out of family tradition. It is also a 100% Albanian product. It is made from all Albanian grown grapes, produced by Albanians, and bottled in Albania. Çobo Winery currently produces five premium wines, Trebiano, Kashmer, Shesh i Zi, Shesh i Bardhë, and E Bardha e Beratit, and two rakis, Raki më Arra and Raki Rrushi. Albanians have produced wine and raki in their homes for hundreds of years; they are long standing traditions.