Lukove has become known among Albanians during communism as one of the most important volunteers works for terracing the hills of this area, which began in the mid-60s. Today, the giant plantations with tens of thousands of trees, for which many generations of prisoners and volunteers worked, are mainly abandoned.
Today, this small village is hosting several guest houses and its preferred among tourist that want relaxing and quiet holidays.
Close to this village is the church of St. Premtes, which dates back to the 15th century. Lukove is also a rich archaeological site, where you can visit the ancient walls of Hundecovo, the ancient graves of Jelima and the prehistoric fortification of Gjashnjari.
The church of St. Sava’s is a typical example of dome basilicas, consisting of our naos and the altar environment in which you can enter the two doors, respectively on the southern and western sides. Currently her physical condition is very damaged. The church of St. Sabbath is thought to be built in the 17th century. It is easily visited in one of the lower quarters of Lukove.
The coastline of Lukove consist of a variety of small beaches and a large named Cave beach. The way to the beach is long and follows the hills down like a snake road between the olive trees giving it a unique and natural beauty. It has almost turquoise like crystal clear waters with white sand. During the summer the beaches of Lukove are a peaceful escape from the crowded beaches of Borshi and Himara.