Korça, founded in the 15th century, is the largest administrative center of southeaster Albania, and the largest city in the region. While the city itself was created in the late middle ages, the surrounded region has hosted residents for many centuries before.This long history helps make the region of Korça one of the most important cultural and economic centers in Albania.
The region of Korça lies in the Southeast of Albania, on the eastern side of the Central Mountains.The region includes three cities: Korça (the capital of the region), Bilisht and Maliq, as well as 27 smaller communes.The City of Korça is one of the major cities of Albania.It lies in the southeast of the region at the foot of the Morava Mountains, with an elevation of 869 meters above sea level.
Voskopoja is a village 20 kilometers from Korça, located between Gorës and Oparit.The village is surrounded by high hills fern-filled forests.The climate in Voskopoja is cool in the winter and cold and snowy in the winter, making it a perfect setting for natural ski pistes.
Dardha is a beautiful mountain village located 20 km to the southeast of Korça, tucked between the hills of St. Peter, Autumn Rock, and other hills.This tourist village offers an ideal climate, with rich mountain air providing a refreshing retreat during the whole year.
Boboshtica is an important tourist destination at the mountain foothills.It stands out for its beautiful surrounding nature, clean air and natural springs, diverse vegetation and centuries-old hardwood trees, oak and coniferous forests, and medicinal plants.
Vithkuq is located 26 km to the southwest of the city of Korça. The mountain climate, cold in the winter and cool in the summer, is known for its curative properties.The population is nearly 1000, with 230 families.The area of the zone is approximately 195 square kilometers, with an elevation of 1230 meters.