Permet is a small city in Southeastern Albania.

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Benje is located around eight miles away from the center of Përmet. At the very beginning of the street you will see the Katiu’s Bridge, that was built within the medieval period, it remains in good condition until today. There flow out a group of sources, from which are formed small lakes with water of different sizes.<p>Each lake is used for treatment of a specific problem, for example, acne and other skin diseases, rheumatism and diseases of body, stomach, etc.. A more specific aspect is the existence of the basin with healing mud, which the elderly say it is a key to keep the skin fresh and young. In fact it is proved that the medicine has an effect on rejuvenate of the skin. In the waters of Bënja one can find visitors from all over Albania, coming to be cured. However there are many others who visit even just to get the sun rays. Warm water is always a magnet that invites to pass hours in total relax.

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Hotel Ana

This is a good accommodation choice as the hotel is located in the town of Permet but in a location that gets you away from the noise of the traffic etc. Located less than 500 meters away from the main square of Permet, 250 meters away from a super market and other shops. Hotel Ana is guaranteed to offer an unforgettable stay in the town of Permet.

About Permet

The small town of Permet is located on the southern east side of Albania, close to the two Greek borders (Kakavia and Merzani) and also just 70 kilometers away from the historical town of Gjirokastra, just 230 kilometers away from the capital city of Albania, Tirana.  The town of Permet lies along the river Vjosa from which the valley takes its name. The river Vjosa runs along the whole district for about 58 kilometers and is the second largest river of Albania for its hydric reserves. The riverside provides a very beautiful valley extending from Çarshove to Tepelenë District. The most important mountains around Permet are: Nëmërçkë 2485 meters, Dhëmbel 2080 meters and Trebeshina 1922 meters. A small town, surrounded by mountains, rivers and countryside, there are many choices of accommodation, activities, many taverns and snack bars, a rich history and many areas that you should not miss seeing!

The greenest and the cleanest town in Albania, also known as the "city of roses." The small town of Permet is famous for its folk music and renown clarinetist Laver Bariu, literature personalities, and the good cooking, especially sweets, the so called 'gliko', or preserves. You will be served good wine and raki in Permet and around.


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