Kulla e Thepit: This traditional tower was built on top of a cliff and is located across from the bridge of the Curraj i Epërm village. This building has traditionally protected locals from outside attacks and has also protected villagers during blood feuds. Today, visitors can only observe a small part of the ruins that remain from Kulla e Thepit.
Pylli i Ahut (Beech Forest of Hasan Gashi): On the Mertur mountain, at an elevation of 1200m, you will find an extensive beech forest with trees that go up to 25m high and trunks with perimeters of over 4m.
Shkëmbi i Forcës: This rock formation shaped like a half moon is 500-600m long, 200-300m wide, and 400m tall. It can be found next to the Curraj i Epërm village at an altitude of 1700m. Locals historically took refuge in the cave of Shkembi i Forces during cases of natural disasters or outside attacks.
Kalaja Leka (Leka Castle): On the top of a cliff in the village of Raja on the Drin River, lie the ruins of the Leka Castle. With noticeably large walls on the three sides of the castle, it was once very difficult to attack. Legends has it that this castle was the last rampart of Lek Dukagjini after he settled in Shosh, where he spent the last years of his life. Next to it is another castle, which was used by Leka to shelter soldiers and those wounded in battle.
Ujvara e Brisës (Brisa’s Waterfall): This waterfall is located along the Brisa-Salca trail, a few meters down from the main road. It consists of two water streams that drop into the same pool. It is a perfect place for a refreshing swim and for taking photographs.
Muri Shkëmbor i Curraj: This rock wall monument (1,100m tall, 450m wide and 400m high) is located in the village of Curraj i Poshtëm and has an altitude of 830m. The rock wall extends from the Curraj i Eperm village and reaches until the Curraj i Poshtëm village. Although it may seem possible to climb this rock wall by carefully moving from side to side, it is in fact impossible to do so safely.
Thana e Alisë: This tree marks the border between the two parts of the Mulaj village. The tree is 136 years old, has a perimeter of 3.67m and a height of 11m. It is named after Ali Zymer, who planted that tree in 1879 after bringing the seedling from Morava, Montenegro. Its fruits are larger than those of other local trees, and it is said that it’s impossible to replant them.
Syri i gjelbërt (Green Eye): Between the Mulaj and Kuç villages, the river has formed a natural pool where visitors can swim or fish for trout. The great depth of this natural pool is what makes it look green to the naked eye.
The Rrasa e Curajve-Monument is located near Curraj i Poshtëm village at 830m above sea level. It is a geological formation extending from Curraj i Eperm to Curraj i Poshtëm. It is 1100m long, 450m wide and 400m high. Researchers claim that this formation has many geological, geomorphological, ecological and cultural values.
Burimi Karstik i Qereshit Cultural Monument: Situated in the Qeresh-Mulaj river valley, this spring is found at 930m above sea level. It is a large karstic spring that flows year-round and comes from the limestone slopes of the southwestern Alshina peak. It holds very clear and cold water that flows regularly no matter the time of year. The spring reaches the Bira e Zeze cave after a few hundred meters.
The Ahishta Gurra of Hasan Gashi Cultural Monument is a beech forest located on Mount Mertur in the Eastern Alps, at about 1200m above sea level. The beech trees found here have heights of up to 25m and trunk perimeters of over 4m.
Shkëmbi i Forcës Cultural Monument: Located in the Curraj i Epërm village at an altitude of 1700m, this rock formation shaped like a half moon is 500-600m long, 200-300m wide, and 400m tall. Villagers have historically used this deep cave as a refuge during natural disasters since it could accommodate all the inhabitants of the village.
Kulla e Qëndresës (Resistance Tower): Located in the village of Brisa, this is a characteristic three-story tower built with small windows only large enough for local to place their rifles and shoot. Built on top of a cliff, this tower was attacked by Ottoman forces during the resistance war in 1910. Visitors can still see the hole where an Ottoman cannonball hit the tower’s wall.
Kulla e Kurtesh Kurtit: This 300-year-old tower is located in Lekbibaj village, near the Pjeter Leka guesthouse, and is one of the oldest and largest houses in Northern Albania. It was built with local stones and is covered with slate tiles. What makes this tower stand out from the others is its distinct structure; the two towers on the first floor act as the foundation for the second floor, which joins the two towers together and leaves an empty corridor in the middle of the structure.