Flying stands out as the most comfortable and expeditious means to reach Unum. Yet, it’s essential to keep in mind that if you opt for air travel, arranging an airport transfer is a necessity to reach Shengjin..

We offer a range of airport transfer options, including both private and shared services To and from Tirana Airport.

Tirana International Airport 5.6 km from Shëngjin.


You will find the best route to Unum by using your onboard navigation system. Here are the coordinates you need for your trip.

Shëngjin, Albania Post Code: 4503 41.8119° N, 19.5881° E



Show your online ticket at the ticket stand to receive your festival wristband. After that, you’ll need to pass through a security check before entering the festival.


The local currency in Shengjin is LEK. There are limited ATMs in the area, so it’s a good idea to have enough cash on hand when you arrive. Alternatively, you can also use your card to top up your festival wristband at the designated top-up locations.


To prioritize safety for everyone, Unum Festival partners with public safety agencies and the police to address any safety-related matters concerning our event venues.


Our system works in real-time to spot counterfeits and duplicates, assuring the authenticity of every Unum Festival ticket before it hits the market. Trying to resell these tickets will not be successful.


To get to the festival from the city, you can purchase shuttle tickets either at the info point in the city center or at the festival’s entrance.


The police will conduct regular traffic controls to ensure safety. Please be aware that a strict enforcement policy will be in place. It’s essential to avoid taking any risks during the festival. Your safety is our priority.


If you’ve misplaced something during the festival or found a lost item, our “Lost & Found” stand is here to assist you. You can report lost items or return found items at this location.


Check out the map of the festival



Rana e Hedhun Beach

Located near Tirana, the Shëngjin Coast in Albania is a captivating destination on the Adriatic Sea. With its sandy beaches, azure waters, and charming coastal town, Shëngjin offers a tranquil escape with a hint of Albania’s cultural richness. This picturesque stretch of coastline boasts azure waters, sandy beaches, and a backdrop of lush green hills, making it an ideal destination for both locals and tourists.

Enjoy everything on the lowest budget compared to any of the coastlines in the Mediterranean Sea.

Detari i vjetër

Detari i Vjeter is a renowned restaurant that specializes in serving fresh and delicious fish dishes. It’s a must-visit for seafood lovers, and it’s highly recommended to go there during daylight hours when the ambiance is more relaxed and calm. To ensure you have the best experience, it’s advisable to make a reservation in advance, especially if you’re planning to dine there during the peak hours of the evening.


Rapsodia is a must-visit restaurant offering an unforgettable dining experience. It’s a slow dining establishment with an exceptional tasting menu that features a unique twist of Albanian cuisine. You’ll have the chance to try a wide variety of dishes, each more delicious than the last. Located just 5 minutes away from Shengjin city by taxi, it’s a perfect spot for groups to gather and enjoy a memorable meal. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit Rapsodia and treat your taste buds to a culinary adventure.

Mrizi i zanave

Mrizi i Zanave is a local farm that doubles as a restaurant, and it’s a must-visit for anyone looking for a true taste of the local area. The restaurant uses only locally sourced products, ensuring that each dish is fresh, seasonal, and bursting with flavor. The atmosphere is truly amazing, with a relaxed and cozy feel that makes it perfect for groups. Whether you’re in the mood for a light lunch or a hearty dinner, Mrizi i Zanave is the place to be for an authentic and delicious dining experience



Gjipe Beach, a true jewel of the Albanian Riviera, consistently earns its place at the top of the list of Albania’s most spectacular beaches. Nestled within the enchanting Gjipe Canyon, this remote paradise features awe-inspiring rock formations and pristine turquoise waters that create an unrivaled natural wonder. Situated in the Gjipe Canyon, between the charming towns of Himara and Dhermi on the Albanian Riviera, reaching Gjipe Beach is an adventure in itself. The best way to access this secluded paradise is by car or via a taxi from the neighboring towns of Dhermi or Himara.

JALE Beach

Jale Beach offers the ideal setting for relaxation and a range of activities, from swimming and sunbathing to fishing and cave exploration. Conveniently situated in proximity to renowned attractions such as Gjipe Beach, Dhermi Beach, Livadhi Beach, and the historic Castle of Himara, all within a short distance. For the adventurous, there’s the opportunity to discover hidden caves and reefs around Jale Beach, adding an extra layer of excitement to your visit.


Ksamil is a hidden gem in Albania, offering a paradise-like beach experience in the south of the country. This beach, reminiscent of Bora Bora, provides clear turquoise waters, pristine white sand, and breathtaking views of the Ionian coast set against a backdrop of stunning mountains. Unlike crowded Mediterranean beaches, Ksamil remains quiet and secluded, making it a star attraction on the Albanian Riviera. Whether you seek relaxation or romance, Ksamil is the perfect destination for sunbathing, swimming, and even exploring nearby uninhabited islands. It’s a must-visit gem in Albania.


Experience the enchanting Blue Eye spring, famous for its clear blue waters and fantastic photo opportunities. While swimming is not allowed, the early morning light is particularly magical. Accessible via an easy hike on paved roads from the parking area, enjoy the scenic route through lush vegetation and stop by a small cafe for a quick break before heading back. For a more peaceful visit, choose spring or autumn to avoid crowds.


Durres Beach, a short drive from Tirana, is a perfect 2-3 day stopover before heading home. With a 10km beach stretch, it’s a pleasant escape from Tirana, though it can feel built-up. Beyond the bustling seafront, Durrës exudes a charming Mediterranean atmosphere, offering respite from the summer crowds and noise. Despite its modern development, the town holds a rich history, with the Roman amphitheater and archaeological museum being top attractions for international visitors.


Vlorë, where the Adriatic and Ionian seas meet, boasts clean waters and stunning beaches, making it a popular beach resort with over 300 sunny days annually. If you prefer a mix of beach and city life, Vlorë has you covered. While city beaches can get crowded and less maintained during the peak summer months, Plazhi I Ri is a reliable option. For a quieter experience, explore the beautiful beaches just south of the city, with Orikum being a local favorite. To truly escape, take a boat to the undeveloped Karaburun Peninsula, offering pristine white pebble beaches in a tranquil setting.

Frequently asked question

UNUM Festival is set to take place from June 6th to June 11th, 2024.
The UNUM Festival will be hosted at Rana e Hedhun beach, approximately 3.5 kilometers from the center of Shengjin, Albania.
Albania is situated in Southeast Europe, along the Balkan Peninsula and the Adriatic Sea. It shares its borders with Montenegro, Kosovo, the Republic of Macedonia, and Greece.
Shengjin is situated approximately 70 kilometers north of the capital city, Tirana. It’s a resort town located in the Lezhe region, known for its rich history and cultural offerings that are sure to captivate visitors.

A 6-day festival pass grants you unrestricted access to the event with unlimited re-entry. Prices for these passes start at EUR 99 and may increase depending on the release phase of the lineup.