The UNESCO Lakeshore of Ohrid lake inside Albania
During this day trip we will visit the fisherman village of Lin situated on the western side of Ohrid Lake, the town of Pogradec a touristic destination during summer time, Drilon Park and Tushemisht Village.
Lake Ohrid is one of Europe's deepest and oldest lakes, with a unique aquatic ecosystem of worldwide importance, with more than 200 endemic species with a maximum depth of 280 m.
The village of Lin is situated on a small peninsula on Lake Ohrid. The Lin area has been inhabited since at least the Iron Age. Archaeological findings from the hilltop above the present-day village include foundation walls and mosaics of an early Christian Byzantine church, dating from the 6th century.
Drilon Park or as the locals call it “Voloreka” is a karstic spring water which forms a little island just before meeting the lake. Surrounded by plenty of trees, it forms the shape of e little forest deep in a quite atmosphere.
Tushemisht village, the last village before the border to North Macedonia, once a place of shooting an Albanian Comedy movie.