If you all do remember in the Fascist era, when Albania was part of the crown of Savoy, the nearest village called Porto Edda, in honor of Edda Ciano Mussolini but today we know as Saranda or to put it as Albanians, Sarandë. We are in the southern part of the country of Eagles, near the border with Greece and Corfu, a little further south; it is not so far away.
Here lies the bay of Kakome, one of the most beautiful stretches of unspoilt beach that can be found on the Balkan coast, although there are projects before Club Med, then of the Albanian Riviera, to build a resort on this amazing natural landscape.
Here the coastline is protected by 800 meters high hills covered with Mediterranean vegetation, two long stretches of sandy beach, even if only one is easily accessible by road. In some places the road is unpaved, especially the road leading to the village of Nivice. For this reason, many of the locals prefer to arrive by sea, perhaps on one of the small boats that leave from Port Emma.
By Elsi H