|Elevation||389 m (1,276 ft)|
|Time zone||Central European Time (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
Konispol is the southernmost municipality of Albania. It sits one kilometer away from the Albanian-Greek border. The municipality consists of the town Konispol and the village Çiflik. The town's main interests are agriculture and viticulture. The city is the center of the Cham Albanian community.
The area was part of the ancient region of Epirus. Was founded by Thesprotian Greeks as Konispoli (Greek: Κονίσπολις, Κονίσπολη), near the ancient Nekromanteion. The modern Albanian name Konispol is derived from the original Greek name.
Konispol, due to its proximity to the Albanian-Greek borders, it is part of the European Union's Greece – Albania Neighbourhood Programme for improving the standard of living of the local population by promoting sustainable local development in the cross-border area between the two countries.
- 191 kilometres (118 miles) from Tirana (Geographically and by road).
- 1 kilometre (0.6 miles) from the Albanian-Greek border (Geographically).
- 4 kilometres (3 miles) from Sagiada, Greece (Geographically).
- Teme Sejko, admiral
- Osman Taka, famous folk music dancer
- Bilal Xhaferri, Albanian political dissident
- Konispol Caves
- Tom J. Winnifrith, SOUTHERN ALBANIA, NORTHERN EPIRUS: Survey of a Disputed Ethnological Boundary