From Drymades to Himara: The idea is to hike along the coast of the Albanian Riviera. Following the path is not an easy job, especially these days. Many of the old coast paths visible on the old topographic maps have simply vanished, overgrown by macchia.
From Kudhesi to Qeparo: A journey through an amazing scenery. The Qeparo valley is deep and narrow and is fed by sweet water springs. The eastern side of the valley is very steep and half way up to the top of the 600 meter ridge is a natural shelf above a cliff.
From Llogara Park to Maja e Qores: This trail describes a variant to climb Maja e Qores from the Llogara hotel resort village taking a shortcut directly from Llogara pass. At about 1200 m the path joins the marked trail.
There are endless possibilities for hiking trips in Himara and it’s impossible to name all of them here. Some of the routes are unmarked, but otherwise the majority of hikes in the region follow marked paths by shepherds with bridges, water springs and signposts, etc. You can always find areas with a degree of difficulty to suit your needs, regardless of whether you’re a new beginner or an expert mountaineer. Visit Himara will publish a large number of hiking maps covering many different areas in the Region with the routes depicted in different colours according to their degree of difficulty.