Grama Bay

Grama Bay is located in the Ionian Sea, Southern Albania. Famous for it’s natural beauty and accessible only by boat, this truly is a hidden paradise.

Known for more than 1500 rock incriptions that date back as far as the 3rd century B.C, the Bay boasts a rich history that begs to be explored.

Furthermore, Grama Bay is a fantastic excursion for anyone fond of water sports such as kayaking, paddling, or diving. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy a 90 minute hike from Grama Bay to St. Andrew’s Bay. The pathway is stony, but easy to traverse, as guests experience the uniquely shaped trees and exceptional landscapes.

Upon arrival at St. Andrew’s Bay, guests will find the ruins of St. Andrew’s monastery amongst a terrain of uncommon sand and spotless water. The Bay is serene and secludied- making it the perfect spot to spend the afternoon soaking up the sun.

This video of Grama Bay will provide you with an idea of the exceptional beauty that awaits you at Grama Bay.

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