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Located on the beachfront, Hotel Nertili offers an on-site restaurant serving traditional Albanian dishes, as well as a garden and a bar.

It is with a great pleasure that we welcome you to the official website of  Hotel Nertili, Sarandë, Albania. I hope that it will properly introduce you to our Hotel. Please feel free to share with us any suggestions or ideas that may improve the quality of our website. The goal of entire Management team and all our Staff has always been to provide the best possible attention and service to all our guests and to ensure that your stay with us will be an enjoyable and unforgettable experience. We will always make our best to ensure that our guests will leave our hotel with the best impressions and memories.

An impressive hotel just a few steps away from the sea and the ferry port of Saranda , which connects the city with the greek island of Corfu

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Hotel Nertili is ideal for visitors searching for the charming combination of tranquility and convenience. The hotel rooms are furnished with care in modern style. Moreover they offer you the opportunity to enjoy the priceless view of the Ionian Sea. The property offers free parking.


All rooms feature a balcony with seating area and sea views. They comprise a cable TV and a bathroom with shower. Laundry and ironing service is possible at a surcharge.



Popular points of interest near the accommodation include Ancient Town Butrinti which is located 12 km away., boat excursions to Corfu Island and Ksamil Island can be arranged nearby the hotel. If you feel like visiting surroundings Lekursi Castle is reachable in 5 km.Main Bus Station is 800 m from the Nertili .

This is our guests’ favourite part of Saranda, according to independent reviews.

Ancient City of Butrint

The area of Butrint [or Butrinti] has been inhabited since prehistoric times (50 000 BC) and first came to prominence as a Greek colony. Today’s large archaeological site encompasses ancient ruins dating back to Greek and Roman times, covering the period from around the 8th Century BC to the 16th Century AD – more than two millennia. At the peak of its influence, the city was a major Adriatic port and the bishop’s see of Epirus. The city is considered as one of the most important archaeological sites in Albania.

Lëkurësi Castle

The castle of Lëkurës was built in 1537 by Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent who had attacked Corfu and needed to control the harbor of Saranda and the road that connected it with Butrint. At the end of the 18th century the castle was attacked by Ali Pasha of Ioannina and the surrounding habitation raided.The castle used to withhold the old Lëkurës village. It has a square shape with two round towers on its north-western and south-eastern corners.

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