"Not really Vuno but Jal Beach" Vuno by salmayo

Vuno Travel Guide: 20 reviews and 27 photos

Third time lucky?

After the disasters at Dhermi and Himara, the decision was taken to turn around and head north again and try out the beach at Jal, which we had skipped on the journey heading south. It is not too far from the town of Vuno which is why it appears under this heading.

So far, so good ...

The scenery on the descent to the beach didn't disappoint... we still had high hopes that neither would the beach!

In the end, it certainly was the best of all the beaches we had seen (Dhermi, Drymades and Himara), not so much for the main beach at Jal, but for the smaller, less frequented beach slightly to the north (not sure what it is actually called though).

Our own private paradise!

The real gem though, and I am reluctant to add this as the beauty of it lay in its isolation, was the tiny beach that we found further to the north still, traversing rocks and cliffs. Despite its isolation, there was still litter to be found, but after a clean up of the beach, all the empty bottles and packets fitted into a plastic bag which we then carried back to the main beach and duly deposited in a rubbing bin there.

From what I understand the place is the same beach that another VT contributor wrote about and called 'Pusi i Peristereve' or the Cove of Doves.

This really was a seaside paradise.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:'Pusi i Peristereve'
  • Cons:Rubbish, rubbish and more rubbish (limited to the main beach of Jal though)
  • In a nutshell:Paradise Found!
  • Last visit to Vuno: Aug 2007
  • Intro Updated May 9, 2016
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