Lukovë, also spelled Lukova, is a village in Bregu region of Albania.


Lukovë is the last village of the Albanian Riviera also known as "Bregu". It is a small village, with clear, turquoise water, breathtaking beaches, memorable sunsets, nice hotels and welcoming people. Lukovë has two parts: the "uptown" village, where the best hotel of the place is located; and the "downtown" beach.

Get in

Lukovë is between Saranda and Himara. You can get to Lukova following these itineraries:

Get around

Lukovë is pretty small. You can get around walking, but you can also use your car if you want to go to the neighbouring villages. For an amazing experience, ask for a trip with a horse.




The only resort hotel is Hotel Palace Lukova in uptown Lukovë. +355 69 20 21 710. The prices are 60 euros per night for a family with two parents and two kids; however, if you will stay for a week or more, try to negotiate the price. I stayed there 10 days (as a family with four members) and I paid 450 euros in total for the ten nights.

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