This fortress is located in the vicinity of Himara, in the bay called Porto Palermo. The castle has the shape of a quartz and is designed by a French engineer. The walls of the cast have a thickness of about 1.6 m. The entrance gate is located on the east side of the enclosure. French Consul Pukevil wrote that in 1806 Ali Pasha Tepelena reserved a reception in this fortress. On the forehead of the gate of the castle are carved in Byzantine style the strings of the bejtexhinjve of the yard. “With the naked Faethoni, and Pirua is mine, Ali is my lord, from the valiant Tepelena. The Himariot’s brides are cautious, armed for enemies, for friendly friends with bisexuals. Turn the navel or the navy, approach without fear, the gloom of the wind, and the ditches are afraid, and me, looking, thrust into the sky forever, I’m winning trophies. The rock flickers.