The Albanian Alps meet in northern part of Albania and have the clearness boundaries representing
the region with highest elevation and more beauty in our country.
They limited at the south from Drini valley (Fierze-Vau i Dejes), at east and northeast from Tropoja basin and at the west they going in Mbishkodres field. At north they continuous out the Albanian territory, direct in Montenegro.
The Alps spray for about 60 km in width and 64 km length and lay in a surface about 2020 km2. Toward North their geological and geographical structures go on out of state boundary with Monte Negro. At South, Albanian Alps going on until to Drini Valley (Fierze-Vau i Dejes zone), at the eastern part and in the south transversal fault Shkoder-Peje divide Alps from others neighbour regions, while in west Alps limited with Mbishkodra Field.
Alps included in the Shkodra, Malesia e Madhe and Tropoja cities, in which live a concentrated population in those communes.
Shkodra City, with a population about 83598 habitants (by population registration of 2001) there is at north of Albania about 100km far from Tirana, the capital of the country, about 110km far from Durresi Port and about 60km at the south of Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro and at the same distance from Bari Port of Montenegro.
Shkodra it is a city near the sea, the lake and mountain, only 32km at south-western part there is
Adriatic Sea, (Velipoja Beach). At the north of Shkodra it is mountainous relaxation zone of
Albanian Alps where included Razma, Boga, Thethi places.
Shkodra it is a city with a surface about 1500ha, where 1150ha lies in the field and 350ha in the hilly relief. It has a Mediterranean field clime with a summery relatively hot and dry. The winter is not very cold and it is humid. Rozafa