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Nartë is located in Albania
Coordinates: 40°29′57″N 19°27′26″E / 40.49917°N 19.45722°E / 40.49917; 19.45722Coordinates: 40°29′57″N 19°27′26″E / 40.49917°N 19.45722°E / 40.49917; 19.45722
Country  Albania
County Vlorë County
District Vlorë District
Municipality Qendër
Time zone Central European Time (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Car Plates VL

Nartë also known as Narta (Greek: Άρτα or Παλαιοάρτα) is a community in Vlorë District. It is situated northwest of the city of Vlorë.

The local population are predominantly Greeks,[1] using a distinct idiom of modern Greek. One of the local tourist attractions is the annual three-day festival.[2] An Orthodox church lies on the center of the village.[1]

The surrounding region is full of salt marshes. Narta Lagoon, which hosts a unique ecosystem, lies north of the village.[3]


  1. ^ a b Genuario Belmonte, Salvatore Moscatello, Anna Maria Miglietta, Bilal Shkurtaj (2008). "Ecotourism in Albania: the proposal of naturalistic routes in the Vlora region". Thalassia Salentina 31 (1). doi:10.1285/i15910725v31p13. 
  2. ^ Gloyer Gillian (2008). The Bradt Travel Guide Albania. Bradt Travel Guides. p. 211. ISBN 978-1-84162-246-0. 
  3. ^ Council of Europe, Albania. Ministry of Health and Environment (1995). Protection of coastal areas of the Adriatic Sea: proceedings : colloquy organised within the framework of European Nature Conservation Year 1995 in co-operation with the Ministry of Health and Environment of Albania. Council of Europe. ISBN 978-92-871-2851-5.