Butrint National Park

Butrint National Park is home to one of the most important archaeological sites in Albania, and showcases evidence of several civilizations over a period of more than 2,500 years. Named a UNESCO World Heritage site, the park is also a haven for nature lovers who can explore over 1,200 varieties of flora and fauna, as well as several ecosystems. A day trip to Butrint National Park from Corfu is a must for everyone traveling to this corner of Europe.

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How to get to Butrint National Park from Corfu?

Butrint National Park is located in Vlöre County in the south of Albania, just a stone’s throw from the city of Saranda. It is approximately 50 kilometers from Corfu Old Town where you’ll begin any excursion.
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Day trip to Butrint National Park plus Saranda from Corfu

Leaving Corfu behind, you’ll hop onto a ferry and make the short journey across to Albania. With your feet back on solid ground, you’ll head into Saranda for a coffee break before journeying to Butrint National Park. Here, you’ll participate in a walking tour of the archaeological site.
After wandering the fascinating ruins, including temples, fountains and an ancient Roman theater, you’ll explore the nearby 14th-century Acropolis Castle. Travel back to Saranda for a local lunch, followed by a tour of the main attractions and some leisure time to discover the city at your own pace.

What are the opening times?

Butrint National Park is open from 9 AM to 4 PM every Tuesday to Saturday, and from 9 AM to 2 PM on Sunday.