This wild beach is located in southern part of Albania and it is surrounded by two well-known beaches Dhermi and Jale. The interesting thing about this beach is that it is not affected by modernization like the nighboring beaches.
This quiet place with crystal clear water and fine sand gives you a perfect opportunity to rest in the silence of the untouched nature. Access to the beach may be a bit tricky because you will have to park your car at the end of the road and then walk for about 20 minutes to get there. Beautiful cliffs that surround the beach offer you a chance to practice rock climbing. Many tourists come to enjoy the thrills that rock climbing can give you. The only problem could represent the fact that there are no water sources around and no shops to buy things you might be in a need of. It is advisable for the beachgoers to bring some basic supplies with them if they decide to visit this beach.
The climate here is Mediterranean with very hot and dry summers. This area has approximately 343.3 monthly sunshine hours during the summer. The average daily temperature during the summer is 24°C. The best time to visit is from June to September.
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Gjipe Beach is a mid-size sea beach with low occupation rate. The beach does not face the East side (in most cases this means that the sun rises earlier than usually) and it is not affected by winds. The beach is composed of sand and it is not nudist friendly. The best month to visit the Gjipe Beach is July.
- On foot
- Rock climbing