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List of islands of Albania

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List of islands of Albania

This is a list of islands of Albania. The majority of islands in Albania are very small; only two are larger than a square kilometer: Sazan Island and Kunë Island. Albania has a number of islands in the Mediterranean, and some other islands are found in the three biggest lakes in the Balkans within Albania, and others in smaller lakes. Below is a list sorted by location, sea or lake.


  • In the Mediterranean Sea 1
  • In lakes 2
  • In rivers 3
  • List of islands 4
  • See also 5

In the Mediterranean Sea

Sazan Island seen from Vlora

In lakes

In rivers

Berat island on Osum river, Berat, Albania

List of islands

# Island Area(km²),(ha) Coordinates Location
1 Sazan Island 5.7 (570 ha) Adriatic Sea
2 Kunë 1.4 (140 ha) Adriatic Sea
3 Malsori Island 0.4 (40 ha) Bojana (river)
4 Zvërnec Islands 0.1 (10 ha) Narta Lagoon
5 Shurdhah Island 0.075 (7.5 ha) Lake Vau i Dejës
6 Ksamil Islands 0.071 (7.1 ha) Ionian Sea
7 Maligrad 0.05 (5 ha) Prespa Lake
8 Franc Jozeph Island 0.05 (5 ha) Adriatic Sea
9 Berat Island 0.03 (3 ha) Osum
10 Kukës Island 0.025 (2.5 ha) Fierza Lake
11 Tongo Island 0.025 (2.5 ha) Ionian Sea
12 Stil Island 0.006 (0.6 ha) Ionian Sea
13 Paqe Island 0.003 (0.3 ha) Komani Lake

See also

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