Divjake Travel Guide

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    karavasta lagoon

    by njonjo Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    You have to walk along the beach until you'll see a channel that connect the lagoon with Adriatic sea. There's a small bridge that signs the entrance to the lagoon area. Unfortunately we were not allowed to go further by the guards of the Reserve (we insisted and they permitted us to walk some 50 metres in for taking pictures). So, I didn't see the pelicans. If you are fan of birdwatching, try to arrange better your visit there, maybe asking in Tirana or in Divjaka center. I'm adding a link with more info about the lagoon, they tell about a visitor office in Divjaka, but I didn't check if it was in function.

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    divjaka beach

    by njonjo Updated Mar 10, 2005

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    The beach is huge. I was here in January, so I had the strongest impression of the vastity of the sand as the beach was totally deserted. BUT STILL you could see the rubbish people had let there during summer (that's a shame but I have to say it, you will see a lot of garbage when travelling in Albania).
    Anyway, if you walk, you can find totally virgin parts of sand as the beach is 12 km long along the Adriatic coast.

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    Divjaka forest

    by njonjo Updated Mar 10, 2005

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    The pine forest of Divjaka covers ca. 1100 ha, 700 ha of which is National Reserve (established in 1966). In the east the total area is bordered by agricultural lands and the Karavasta lagoon and in the west by the sandy littoral belt. The ecosystem within the forest is very diverse.
    The road from Divjaka inhabitated center to the beach and the laggon passes through the forest, really nice.

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    • Hiking and Walking
    • Budget Travel

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    by DoN_GentI Written Nov 21, 2007

    Favorite Dish: Is an very quite and romantic place.. The food and the seafoods are very delicious..I love that place becouse it was a very great experience..

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    • Beaches
    • Horse Riding

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