Valbona Valley National Park
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The park is situated along the course of the Valbona, the longest river on the Albanian Alps at You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. The relief of the park is mountainous and highly fragmented, characterized with steep slopes, high ridges and deep river valleys. This attraction is also the last meeting with the river Valbona as the river hides along the valley for about 25 km, appearing again exactly at this height of the Old Mill, before continuing further down the village of Dragobisa and forming the Shoshan Canyon further lower.