A few kilometers from Berat near Tomor Mountain lies the village of Roshnik, one of the 100 tourist villages proclaimed by the Albanian government. Roshniku is known in history as the birthplace of the family who ruled the Ottoman Empire in the 18th century. 16-17.
Beautiful nature, fertile soil and appropriate climate favor the growth of agricultural crops such as grapes, figs, walnuts, almonds, plums, apples, etc., which are processed by farmers by creating some of their by-products such as: wine, rakia , composts, jam etc.
Roshniku and the villages around are distinguished for the cultivation of figs, they are a special variety throughout Albania. Agritour Albania organizes a Figs Tour that includes visits to the village, participation in harvesting various improvisations, enjoying the traditional cuisine at Boutique Food “Mimani” etc.
The package is offered in September, the guide (all included) lasts 4 hours and costs 40 euro x person