-Bogova Falls

Bogova Falls found in the lower quarters of the village with the same name, near the road for Skrapar. The excursion route follows the soft flow of the river, and it takes about 45 minutes to go down to the waterfall and its natural spring. On your way there, you can stop at a few picturesque villages long at the road. Villages in that region are well-known for growing fruit and grapes. On the Osum banks one can anjoy an unforgettable view. If you are currios to see a small town built in the first years of socialism then you should stop at Poliçan. It is a small town established in early 1970, when is in socialism region decided to built an ammunition plant with Chinese expert assistance. That is how life started in the town, where only a few scattered village houses had axisted. Notable for its cold and cleaner mountain water source. Concealed in the cool shade of forest canopy at the foot of the Tomorr Mountain, the waterfall attracts people during the hot summer, who go there to quench their thirst. You can take the daily bus or minibus line for Lower Bogova . If you decide go there , make sure to try two things: water from the local springs, and lamb cooked on spit.

-Çorovoda Canions

The Çorovoda Canyons are a living proof of the active geological history in the region. Çorovoda is half an hour away from Berat, and its canyons and the recreational grounds are only a few minutes away from the small town of Çorovoda. The Osum Canyon is 26 km long, 140 meters wide and 30 meters high. During the 13 kilometer long tour you will be able to see the Canyon Cathedral, the Devil’s Gate, the Canyon Eyes, eight waterfall and two ancient caves. To get to the canyons you can take the Berat-Çorovoda line minibuses, which travel in the day. If you want to drive there, you can take the easy approach of stopping at the numerous villages on your way. The road winds in the famous region of Skrapar, which is at the same time the highland of Berat. Çorovoda, the capital of the District of Skrapar, is a small but clean and green town. The blue water springing out from Guhak, 1 km away from the town, flows through the center of the town. The town has good food and resting facilities. Çorovoda has one of the most maintained museums in Albania. Its rich historical and ethonographic exhibits will give you more information about the population of those parts. Rafting is a recreational activity that is done only in the area of Çorovoda in the Osumi Canyons, to be more exact.

-Mountain Tomorri National Park

Mt.Tomorri Park is Albanian’s wildlife and outdoor recreation area. Located approximately 20 kmilometres southeast of Berat the mountain and surrounding areas compromise the good for camping and exploring the various species of wildlife and vegetation. The peak of Mt. Tomorri rises to over 2400 metres above sea level.

*Kulmak Tekke

Located on the southern peak of Mt. Tomorri is a religion shrine of the Bektashi sect. Bektashi is a Sufi order of Islam founded in the 13th century but became popular in Albanian in the early 19th century. Because it differend from the Sunni Order of Islam, the official religion of the Ottoman buildings, like the Kulmak Tekke, are the built in rempote mountainous areas. The Tekke on Mt. Tomorri is the site of a yearly pilgrimage. Each August many gather on the mountain top to celebrate a religious festival which includes visiting the Tekke, parcipating in religious ritual and a slaughtering sacrifice of lambs to God.

– Shpiragu Mountain

Shpiragu Mountain, located to the west of Berat, Shpiragu Mountain reaches 1218 meters above sea level at the highest point, and offers a beautiful location for activities such as hiking, camping.

*Ancient City of Dimal

Founded in 219 BC, the ancient city of Dimal was built to house an Illyrian army garrison. Because of its strategic location, built along a hillside with two crests, the city could not be captured by enemies. Also due to its location, the necropolises have no traces of other architecture and is therefore a direct link to Illyrian culturw. The fortification was important is both its location along routers and in the Illyrian-Romn and Roman-Macedonian wars.

*Church of Mary Sinja

The Church of St. Marry, located on a hillside near Sinja Village, is unique half of the church’s roof is inside a cave. The church is also known for its frescos and is a place of pildrimage on the 15th of August.