A proverb of the inhabitants of this area says that you did not enjoy anything from the Himara coast if you did not even experience the pleasure of swimming at the beach of Dhraleo, as it is otherwise referred to in local terminology.
Cliffs cut like a knife that go down to the water, alternate with endless surfaces covered by fine gravel. The beach, once deprived of the residents of these sides, is already another reality. It is clearly evident from when you start to descend to the high curves of Llogara. The view touches a white area that continues up to the water band, where it starts and gradually transforms into a deep blue color. This is the first bully that anyone gets here. Because of its remote location it wasn’t so popular among tourist but now it is preferred for its crystal clear waters and huge amounts of sand. Most of the visitors are campers and people that prefer some privacy. Some historians claim that this place was the disembarking area of Julius Caesar and his legions while he was at war with Pompey in the 1st Century. The natural setting of the beach and the archeology makes it an ideal combination for relaxation and exploration.
To visit this beach, you have to turn left after passing the bridge of Palasa. Some honey sellers that produce honey like nowhere else invite you to enjoy their product before heading to the natural paradise, located a few hundred meters below the main road.