Pema e Thatë is a privately operated beach located almost as south as you can get in Albania. The beach consists of several small secluded bays that are hidden behind the forests of the Butrint National Park. The environment is really beautiful despite that the beach can get really busy in summer. From the beach you can see the Greek island of Corfu which is so close that you could almost swim to it.
How To Get To Pema E Thatë Beach
Pema e Thatë is remotely located and can only be reached via a small, partly paved road through the forest from Ksamil, or by boat. So you need your own car, rent a car or motorbike, or arrange a taxi to bring you and pick you up.
Facilities At Pema E Thatë Beach
At the beach you can rent sunbeds and umbrellas or even splurge yourself with one of the beach tents hanging above the water for an amazing view. There are several bars and there is a restaurant and pizzeria so you’ll have plenty of options for food and drinks and there are also toilets and changing rooms.
You’ll also find some boats that offer trips to places nearby like some hidden bays or Ali Pasha’s Castle.
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Address: Rruga Riviera Ksamil Vlora County Albania