Integrated Urban Regeneration Concept






Ksamil | Albania


World Bank Group

Ksamil is a small town on the southwestern shore of Albania, located at Butrint Lake in the west and the Ionic Sea in the east. Its proximity to the Greek island Corfu and Butrint National Park and UNESCO heritage site, as well as its natural islands, make Ksamil a popular tourism destination during the summer. Dependency on seasonal tourism is one of the main challenges Ksamil is facing today. In combination with a lack of urban planning and coordination, the pristine natural image of the town has suffered from uncoordinated spatial development. These spatial growth challenges have led to the construction of illegal buildings, a dependency on automobiles, and a lack of public spaces, just to name a few issues.

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