The Ionian coastline is known for having fascinating beaches with deep and very clean waters. Younger crowds tend to visit the Ionian beaches as the area offers many opportunities for those interested in water sports like diving, boat tours, etc.
For the first time on a map the name Radhima was laid out in 1118. More detailed information can be found in the book “Bota Radhimjote” written by Neki Lameborshi, in the museum archeology of the city of Vlora or the national one in Tirana where they are submitted objects discovered.
Radhima is located in the south of the city of Vlora, now almost united with the periphery of the city. At the early border of Radhima, in the place called Ura e Vrizit, today are divided administrative boundaries between the municipality of Vlora and Orikum municipality.