HAMAMET IN DIBRA

HAMAMET NË DIBËR
guida

Business Description:

Dibra throughout history is known for the hamams that were built at the time of the Ottoman Empire. These are objects that are distinguished by their architectural quality and the material they are built with. Dibra has had some hammams, but two of them are distinguished, the old hammam and the new hammam, both of which have been used by the Dibraans to maintain personal hygiene but also for their recreation.

The old hamam, according to research by architects and historians, was built in the 17th century. The old hamlet is located near the Hinqari Mosque, the oldest mosque in Debar. The hammam has an oriental architecture building, built on a separate square, in the old part of the city. The hammam has a 15 × 15 square meter gap, with exterior, movable shapes. In the hamam itself there was a salon that had the ceiling of a semi-arch, and then rank the baths of this hammam. The hammam was used by the rich dibranes in Turkey’s time. Use has been selective and there are not all those who have been willing to use the hammam for individual hygiene. This hammam was used until 1928-1930.

The second haven of great significance for the city of Dibra is the new hammam, which is built near the city’s central road and all the records say it was built in 1872. It is made of strong material, carved stone marble and brick, as has been built the old hammam. This hammam also had a 15 × 15 square meter gap, while the front part of the annex has a scale of 10 × 10 square meters. . In front of the entrance to the bath parts, first there was a large salon, with a sofar mounted almost in the form of a hexagon and marble tiled. At the height of this hammam has been a large domed, in which there have been paintings ornaments from the plant world. In the dome there was a long light bulb, while the balconies of this hammam were characteristic, where the dialects were made. The hammam had five domes and some roofs. During the construction of this hammam are included stones and marbles that were taken from some of the old Dibra towers, which have been in the phase of demolition. He has returned to art gallery today.

Hours:

24-24

Other Information:

Category:
Package:

Business Description:

National Park “Mavrovo”
Located in the western-central part of the country, the National Park of Mavrovo offers the highest mountain peaks in Macedonia. These peaks, some of which are Shara, Deshad and Bistra, are topped by the imposing Great Korab Mountain (2,764 meters or 9,069 feet high). Not only do these mountains provide magnificent visual landscapes, they also prove to be the best skiing terrains on the Balkans. Mavrovo’s impressive forests contain more than 100 rare species of trees, and its rugged hilltops are rich in wild herbs and teas that can be easily collected by hand. Lake Mavrovo located just beneath the ski center makes the National Park of Mavrovo a popular weekend resort all year round.

The highest mountain peaks in Macedonia are all found in the National Park of Mavrovo, located in the western-central edge of the country. Sara, Deshad and Bistra are some of these peaks and they are topped by the imposing Mountain Korab (2,764 meters or 9,069 feet high). Not only do these mountains provide magnificent visual landscapes, they also offer some of the best skiing courts in the Balkans. Mavrovo’s impressive forests contain more than 100 rare species of trees and its hilltops are rich in wild teas and herbs that can be easily gathered by hand. Lake Mavrovo which is located just beneath the ski center makes the National Park of Mavrovo a very popular weekend resort all year round.

The SKI CENTRE MAVROVO has three chair lifts and eleven ski lifts. The length of chair lifts is 4.800 m. with a capacity of 1.900 persons per hour. With these lifts, skiing is possible from 1.255 m. to 1.860 m. above sea level. The length of the ski lifts is 5.700 m. with a capacity of 10.100 skiers per hour. There are tracks for beginners, advanced and top competitors in the alpine and Nordic categories. The average snow cover is 70 cm. which makes skiing possible, as well as other snow games from November to April.

The largest artificial lake in Macedonia is part of Mavrovo National Park. Due to its elevation (over 1,000 meters, or 3,000 feet), this mountain lake sometimes freezes over in winter. Abundant with the famous trout, Lake Mavrovo also makes for an excellent swimming and boating spot in the summer months. An additional point of interest is the half-submerged church in the middle of the lake.

Hours:

14-24

Other Information:

Category:
Package:

Lake Dibra

Liqeni i Dibres
giuda

Business Description:

Lake Dibra was created in the Radici and Drini i Zi rivers. The lake was created by raising the height of the dam of 102 meters, which was built in the period 1966-1968. The reservoir was completed in 1969. It has an area of 13.2 km², 92 m depth and a total accumulation of 520 million m3 of water, which is used to produce 300 million KW of electricity. Lake water temperature is about 14.4 ° C, minimum to 3.0 ° C, and maximum 23.9 ° C.
The lake and the surrounding villages form an extraordinary landscape, which in general has the appearance of an elevated plain in the town of Dibra. The lake provides tremendous opportunities for holding sporting events in calm waters. A great interest is the use of beaches during the summer period by residents and guests.

Hours:

24-24

Other Information:

Category:
Package:

RADOMIR OF DIBER

Diber Albania

Business Description:

Radomir of Dibra is the starting point of the tourist route to climb the Korab Mountain. The Holiday of the Mountains is taking place in Radomir, an opportunity to attract the attention of tourists through natural beauties.

In the village are added visitors, there are those who start directly climbing the mountain, while the others are gathered in the Korabit standing.

Ismet Shehu is the chief of the kitchen in his restaurant in the capital. He was born and raised in Tirana, but have brought the roots of the family to Korab.

“This is the birthday of my father, a beautiful place,” says Ismet.

Radomir is particularly known for the production of sheep cheese. Every day milk is collected in the whole area of ​​villages around the mountains. In Hysen Dabull’s dairy, they reach 3 quintals and half of milk, which is immediately included in the processing of the process. The demand for Radomir cheese is high because it is feed of sheep grazing in Korab, which gives it a special taste of milk.

As in all the villages of Albania, life is difficult, but Radomira has a tourist potential and residents do not want masterplanes or big projects, they seek to invest in building 4 kilometers of roads linking the village to the Kukes-Peshkopi national axis. There are promises every time elections are made, but so far nothing has been done.

Spectacular nature reigns in Radomire. Clean air, water springs, pastures and forests on Korabi sites are a source that can provide the development of the entire area, turning Radomirna into a tourist destination all year long.

Other Information:

Package:

Black Lake of Bulqiza

Bulqize Diber Albania

Business Description:

Across Dhoksit, Lopës to Liqueni i Zi – the Black Lakegreen hike

Summary: The town of Bulqize is not known for its hiking potential, but for its chromium mines. Mali e Lopës, the mountain that looms large south of Bulqize, has been mined for many decades. Mining is hard work and often hazardous, and while it provides jobs, the conditions and remuneration will remain an issue until properly regulated and enforced.

A hike across the mountain, ending at Liqeni Zi, is not only instructive but also an enjoyable undertaking. It gives testimony that Bulqize is not a town to be avoided, but that it offers more than meets the eye.The plateau of Mali i Lopës (the mountain of the cow) is big, and in the past surely provided grazing for plenty of livestock. Now there are no cows, nor sheep, nor dogs on the mountain.

Mali i Lopës has three summits. Dhoksit is seen from Bulquize, the second (unnamed peak) is the highest of the three with the best views, and then there is Maja e Lopës which gave the range its name.

The hike entends to the Ligeni Zi, or more correctly Liqeni i Zi i Valikardhës. The lake beats the Lura Lakes hands down for its color and beauty, but is threatened by the extending exploitation and other developments.

The hike is easy but long. The hike is recorded as a one-way hike, so you need to make appropriate arrangements for transportation – first to take you to the trailhead, and then to pick you up from below Liqeni Zi. The road from Valikardhë to Liqeni Zi is a private road closed with a barrier, and you may have to hike down from the lake to the barrier. Perhaps the security guard lets the vehicle through when explaining that it intends to pick up hikers from Liqeni Zi. This shortens the hike by almost 4 kilometer.

There is one safe water point as indicated by a waypoint.

Other Information:

Category:
Package: ,

Drini i Zi

Drini i Zi Diber Albania.

Business Description:

The Black Drin originates from Lake Ohrid, from an altitude of 695 m, while coming out of Macedonia’s territory near the town of Dibra at altitude 476 m. The total length of the river is 149 km., And within Macedonia the river is 56 km long. The many bridges that connect the two banks of the Black Drin give Struga the epithet “City of Bridges”. The river flows north to the town of Dibra in a mountainous area, where it marks a part of the border of the Republic of Macedonia – Albania, to then move to the territory of Albania. In the part of Macedonia the river flow is interrupted by two artificial lakes (Debar and Glloboçicë), which serve for the benefit of electricity.

Near the city of Kukës Drini i Zi joins the White Drin forming the united Drini river that has poured into the Adriatic Sea.

In the waters of the Black Drin grow a large number of fish such as carp, trout, eel, etc.

Other Information:

Category:
Package:

Deshati Ridge

Vargmali Deshat, Diber

Business Description:

On both sides of the border, the population of Dibraveka strongly welcomed the project for the sustainable development of rural and mountainous tourism in the Deshat mountain range. It is a project that promotes for the first time the natural beauties of Mount Deshat, which crosses the borderline between Albania and Macedonia near Dibra. This mountain is a gem of nature with a permanent vegetation and in some parts of it with villages that always offer the beauty of nature of this area. The project implemented by non – governmental organizations from Macedonia and Albania and which will have a center in
the town of Peshkopi, foresees the exploitation of natural beauties of border crossings and at the same time the construction of pedestrian crossings through which tourists will have the opportunity to enjoy the beauties

Other Information:

Category:
Package:

Kastrioti’s Museum

Sinë, Peshkopi, Diber, Albania

Business Description:

“Kastrioti Museum”, in Sina village of Dibra, is located only 20 kilometers from the town of Peshkopi. In 1985 this area was defined by historians as the center of the Kastrioti Principality and the birthplace of the Albanian national hero Gjergj Kastriot Skanderbeg. For this purpose in the village of Sinë e Poshtme was built this year the museum.
The existence of “Skanderbeg Cape”, “Guri i Gjin”, and finding a stone inscription, during excavations for plita, led to the construction of the museum, which has consisted of a series of objects of collected fighters over the years.
During the 1990s this museum was plundered and it seems that this is not over yet. In May 2011, it was possible to reconstruct the museum after it was announced that it would arrive from Italy Giorgo Marino Scanderbeg, and fortunately the works were closed the previous day.
Already the “Kastrioti Museum” is out of order and almost empty inside.
Along with the devastating road, which greatly impedes the arrival of visitors, it is regrettable that the “loss” of objects is also noted.
One resident of the area says: “The municipality should give 50 thousand lek (old) for the person who will maintain and play the role of the gangster, but they do not give me any money, they left me as a duty” .
So is the fate of our monuments written, a disgusting fate among robberies and robberies.

Other Information:

Package:

Llixhat e Peshkopisë

Ujrat Terminale, Peshkopi, Albania

Business Description:

The Peshkopi galleries are located near the eastern city of Peshkopi. They originate from the gypsum formations of Mount Korab. There are two sulfur sources with a temperature of 35 – 43.5 degrees C and with a flow of 14 liters / sec. They have potassium and sulphate content. Their effects are related to respiratory diseases such as bronchial asthma, bronchitis, reamautism, diabetes, skin diseases and gynecological problems. In addition to these sources, drinking water sources with positive health effects are available in Albania, such as the source of “White Croiss” in Selita Municipality in the district of Mirdita (known for the treatment of kidney stones) and steam baths of Postenan near Leskovik.

Other Information:

Package:

Pocest Waterfalls

Pocest, Maqellare, Albania

Business Description:

Pocesti Waterfall, located at 1500m high, on the eastern slope of the mountain
Deshatit, near the village of Maqellare. This beautiful and amazing waterfall is
with a height of 13m and is formed by water coming out of a great care in the rock
the rugged limestone, forming a great characteristic source where the noise of
which is heard at a very large distance.
The black lake is also an glacial lake and is located above the altitude
2200m in the north-western part of Radomire village.
Black Lake has a Sip. Pre 0.8ha, with clean and cold water and surrounded by
a very beautiful forest.

Other Information:

Category:
Package: