Lekursi Castle is a historical monument located on the top of a hill overlooking the city of Saranda, in southern Albania. The castle dates back to the 16th century, when it was built by the Ottomans to protect the area from foreign invaders. The castle has a strategic location, as it overlooks the Ionian Sea and offers a panoramic view of the surrounding area. The castle's walls are made of limestone and are up to two meters thick in some places. Inside the castle, there are various rooms, including a dungeon, a well, a Turkish bath, and a small chapel. Over the centuries, the castle has been used for a variety of purposes, including as a military stronghold, a prison, and a residence for local lords. In recent years, Lekursi Castle has been restored and converted into a tourist attraction, with a restaurant and café located within its walls. Visitors can enjoy stunning views of the sea and the mountains from the castle's terrace while enjoying traditional Albanian cuisine and drinks. The castle is also a popular spot for watching the sunset, which creates a spectacular vista over the sea.