The total area of Albania is 28,748 km2, 11,100 sq mi.
Water area (%) – 4,7

Albanian Main Lakes are Lake of Shkodra, Lake of Ohri, Big Prespa lake, Small Prespa lake, Lake of Fierza, Lakes of Lura, Lake of Butrinti, Lake of Belsh.

Albanian Rivers: Bistrica, Buna, Cijevna, Drini, White Drin (Drini i Bardhe), Black Drin (Drini i zi), Kiri, Shala, Valbona, Erzeni, Ishem, Lana, Mani, Fani, Semani, Devolli, Osumi, Shkumbini, Vermoshi, Vjesa, Drino.


According to the statistics of 2013, the population of Albania is 3,011,405.
The Density of population is 98/km2,   254/sg mi
Ethnic groups: 95% Albanians, 3-6 % Greeks, 2% are others (Macedonian, Aromanian etc.)


58.79% of Albania adheres to Islam
16.89% of the population adheres to Christianity
25.32% of the total population is either irreligious or belongs to other religious groups


Tourism of 2013 funds 10% of the gross of domestically product.
The bulk of the tourist industry is concentrated along the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea coast. The increase in foreign visitors: Albania had only 500,000 visitors in 2005, while in 2012 had an estimated 4.2 million tourists. An increase of 840% in only 7 years.
Most of the international tourists going to Albania are from Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Greece, and Italy. Foreign tourists mostly come from Eastern Europe, particularly from Poland, Czech Republic and Russia, but also from Western European countries such as Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, France, Scandinavia, and others.