When travelling down the Albanian coastline in the region Vlorë from the town Qeparo to the north, just beside the coastline there is a very specialy shaped beach with the castle Ali Pasha nearby. The name of the beach is Plazhi Porto Palermos 2. It's easy to reach with a vehicle and you can leave your car on a parking place directly on the beach or up by the restaurant beside the road. The road down to the beach is made of dirt and rocks but it's very short and incline is quite normal. The beach is 100 m long and 10 metres wide and the main surface is fine gravel. As a surface you also have some concrete and some rocks on the edges. The water entry is either from the beach or you jump from a pier nearby, which makes the point of swim either immediately or at around 5 metres. On the beach itself there is little beach infrastructure. You have a restaurant and some accommodation in the form of bungalows up by the road some 50 m away from the beach.