Borsh is a village on the Albanian Riviera that has the longest white beach of all towns between Ksamil and Vlore. It is beautifully situated between the Ionian Sea and wild mountains whose peaks shoot up to 1800 meters above sea level.

This region is known for  the most numbers of sunny days in a year – the nearby city of Saranda is called “the city of 300 sunny days”. Sea temperature reaches 28 degrees in August. This region is famous for excellent olive oil – Borsh and the nearby Qaparo and Piqeras have small and industrial olive oil manufactures.