Shëngjin is a coastal city in Albania with a rich history and vibrant culture.
Shëngjin is home to various archaeological sites, such as the remains of an ancient Roman road, Lybian-Phoenician walls, and a sunken Roman port.
The city is known for its rich natural resources, such as large olive groves and vineyards, and various fishing opportunities.
Tourists flock to Shëngjin for its wide range of outdoor activities, from beach volleyball and swimming to kayaking and parasailing.
Several tourist attractions can also be found here, including the Church of St. Anthony of Padua, the Mëzez Castle, and the Shëngjin Tower.
Shëngjin is also noted for its two large lagoons, Lach and Cabonix, a protected marine reserve.
The area has numerous restaurants and bars, serving up traditional Albanian cuisine and international dishes.
The city is well-known for its vibrant nightlife, with a variety of clubs and bars offering wild nights out.
Shëngjin is an important economic center in the region and includes the largest port in northern Albania.
The city is served by Gjiri i Lalezit International Airport, located a few kilometers south of Shëngjin.
Shëngjin is a major shipping hub, as it is located on the easternmost point of the Adriatic Sea.