A lovely convergence of sapphire sea and sun-kissed sparkling white sand, Mango Beach in Sarande is one of Albania’s best-kept secrets. Sitting at the southern tip of Albania, bordering Greece, Mango Beach is a perfect slice of sweet Southern Mediterranean bliss.
The Sarande area is known for its rich cultural past and is located near the ancient city of Butrint. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was an ancient Greek and Roman town. Also nearby is Lëkurësi Castle, which was built in 1537 by Suleiman the Magnificent when he attacked Corfu.
Mango Beach is also home to a lively nightlife and entertainment scene. The town’s vibrant cosmopolitan vibe comes alive at night with fantastic clubs while laid back days can be passed soaking up the sun. Mango Beach remains sunny and warm for much of the year and the wealth of natural flora makes for a luxurious feel. The rocky cliffs nearby offer great views of the coast beyond.
Whether you’d like to sunbathe by the beach or take in one of the area’s many resorts, you’re set for an experience that’s mango-sweet.
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