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J ust how seriously the Albanian ministry of tourism was taking Kala festival — the first international event of its kind in the country — became clear the moment we stepped off the boat at Saranda to find a police escort waiting to accompany our coaches on the winding, mountainous transfer. That and the arrival of prime minister Edi Rama the following day, for an impromptu poolside press conference with the organisers at our hotel. As for his thoughts on Kala? It sees around 80, UK visitors a year — a tiny number compared with the 3 million who travel annually to neighbouring Greece, or the , who visit nearby Croatia.
But that could be set to change. With a wellness programme yoga and gong baths overlooking the Ionian sea running alongside the music events, the festival was aimed equally at those interested in a laid-back beach break a bit like summer-long boutique Croatian festival Obonjan , as at those wanting to party all night there is music until 6am daily.
Headliners included Tom Misch and Todd Terje, while the lazy, sun-drenched soul of Roy Ayers had the crowd eating out of his hand. It had been trying to launch a summer event for three years. Most of the people I spoke to echoed this. I found it on Resident Advisor and the pics just looked amazing.
With many people staying for the full week, the ministry of tourism was encouraging guests to explore other highlights of the Albanian riviera. Just beyond the beach, surrounded by lush trees and flanked by steep, red cliffs, was a small stage and sound system, where you could dance until the sun set and it was time to take the boat back.
A walk into the canyon led to a secret waterfall — a hint of other secrets this stretch of coast might reveal. With two days to go until the end of the festival, I ran into Crofton, who was grinning wildly. I guess everyone at the festival gets a free one.