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Albania is a small country in the western part of the Balkan Peninsula in the southeastern part of Europe. Here's the map.
The country has many rivers which originate in the high mountains and pass through steep gorges before reaching the plain and making their way to the sea. Most of the main rivers have been extensively managed, usually to generate hydro-electricity.
Albania has nearly 450 km (280 miles) of coast, with the Adriatic running from the Montenegrin border south to the Bay of Vlora, where the Ionian sea begins. The Ionian coast is very rugged with rocky coves along the narrow coastal strip.
Good diving locations are Vlora Bay, Sazani Island and the Karaburuni Peninsula (dependant upon the sea conditions).
[Thanks to Greg Deregowski, Polish Diving Base, for these details]