There are many olive oils on the market. But how to recognize the really good ones? Ones that benefit your health the most and at the same time their production does not unnecessarily burden nature? Let's say it briefly.
Olive oils of the highest quality are always extra virgin. But even between them there are many differences. Follow our list and you won't miss out!
We are very happy to work with Rona Nushi, because she fits exactly into our vision. She is a young, emancipated entrepreneur who decided to stay in Albania and build her brand and company there. It is Rona that stands behind top natural and BIO cosmetics, which with our help can succeed across the European Union.
"And you're not afraid there?!?"
By far the most frequent question we get about Albania.
The second most common is - "Isn't it expensive there?" (it isn't, which you will find out in our article What are the prices in Albania?)
The answer to the first question is very simple - no, we are not afraid there.
A car is essentially the only means of transport for traveling around Albania. The second option is to use local minibuses, but if you are in Albania for the first time, I don't recommend it. Without knowing Albanian, it will be very difficult for you. There are no official timetables and the vast majority of drivers do not speak English.
There is no passenger train service in Albania and no official bus lines either.
You can get around Tirana and the surrounding area by taxi, but in the rest of the country you need a car, either your own or a rented one.
You can easily rent a car in Tirana, directly at the airport or in the center. You can also fly to Corfu and rent a car there, or take a ferry boat to Saranda, where car rental is also possible. You can also find more information in our article "how to get to Albania".
One of the most common questions we get is - how expensive is Albania?
The answer depends a lot on what and where you buy. We will try to summarize at least the basic things here.
First of all, it should be said that there is a big difference in food/accommodation prices by the sea (in Tirana) and in the mountains. Mountains are significantly cheaper.
The initial motivation was the desire to build "something" in the beautiful Albanian mountains. At first it was supposed to be a cottage, but very soon it became a project with the working title "Albanian nature valley".