Welcome to Albania Estate
Albania Estate was the original company to market Albania property to the overseas investor in 2005.
We provide you with trustworthy Albania property assistance on every step of this process. We are the oldest real estate company which has been marketing Albanian properties overseas for over 7 years already. We are proud to have served hundreds of foreign clients as well as the large and wealthy Albanian Diaspora that have bought through us.
Through our offices in Tirana, Saranda and Vlora we will be there for you on every step of the way. Our team in Tirana, Saranda, and Vlora will be happy to provide our services to you. We are present in every coastal city of our country sourcing Albanian properties to the foreign markets. Part of our services is Rental Management, Property Management and Furniture Packages. Our team is best at offering tailor made packages to our clients that have bought a property in Albania.
Albania Estate considers after sale services a process as important as buying services.
Apartments for Sale in Lalzi Bay Resort – Apartment for Sale - 30 m²
Albania Real Estate next to the beach. The best Mediterranean Property in Albania. Lalzit Bay Resort and Spa is a luxury beach-front development on Albania’s Adriatic coast. The resort will have an internationally branded resort hotel, premium leisure facilities and private high-specification villas and apartments. The resort will offer holiday-makers an amazing sanctuary at the most attainable price on the Adriatic coast.
Lalzi Bay Apartments – Exclusive Facilities:
- Lalzit Bay Resort will offer a wide-range of facilities including:
- Beach bars, restaurants, cafes
- Swimming pools
- Restaurants and Boutique Shops
- A Spa and Wellness center
- Family activities and crèche
- Airport limousine and resort shuttle service
There will also be an on-site sales and rental management service and the resort will be managed by a respected management company.
Added by Editor on February 1, 2012
By Elsi H
My trip to Albania lasted one week. After evaluating various opportunities I decided to make the trip by plane and then rent a car. Booked a flight through an agency I found on the internet with a representative in Tirana. It was called Venice Budapest Tirana Hungarian Airlines, comfortable and uncrowded. Upon arrival at “Mother Teresa” in Tirana I immediately noticed how new, nice and small the airport was. Customs control charged 10 € per head for entry. Rapid recovery of the luggage and the car was ready at the exit. We were advised to take the internal road instead of following the coast, and it turned out to be efficient and accurate. We departed for Saranda at 15.30. Good roads up to Durres, but ones around Fier need a lot of good work still to modernize. Frequent police patrols, almost all with cameras.
Added by Editor on September 14, 2012 By Elsi H
If you all do remember in the Fascist era, when Albania was part of the crown of Savoy, the nearest village called Porto Edda, in honor of Edda Ciano Mussolini but today we know as Saranda or to put it as Albanians, Sarandë. We are in the southern part of the country of Eagles, near the border with Greece and Corfu, a little further south; it is not so far away.
Here lies the bay of Kakome, one of the most beautiful stretches of unspoilt beach that can be found on the Balkan coast, although there are projects before Club Med, then of the Albanian Riviera, to build a resort on this amazing natural landscape.
Here the coastline is protected by 800 meters high hills covered with Mediterranean vegetation, two long stretches of sandy beach, even if only one is easily accessible by road. In some places the road is unpaved, especially the road leading to the village of Nivice. For this reason, many of the locals prefer to arrive by sea, perhaps on one of the small boats that leave from Port Emma.
Albania posted economic growth for 2011 despite the ongoing economic crisis in Greece, Italy, the two main economic partners of Albania.
Albania posted again growth of GDP for 2011- 3.1%. Albanians have shown signs of tightening their consumption. This goes in same line with increasing of savings during 2011.
Fiscal policies were oriented towards further consolidation of fiscal indicators to maintain the public debt within the target limits. Budget deficit was estimated at 3.5% of GDP which marks 0.5% increase compared to 2010.