The town of Bilisht is the most southeastern city of Albania. It is located to the east of the Devoll Valley, about 880-970m above sea level in a hilly relief that stretches from the Devoll River bed to Kokogllava hill over the city and covers an area of 1.4km2. With average altitude 925 m above sea level Bilishti is the second highest city in Albania after Erseka (1020m above sea level).
The city has a very favorable geographic position as it passes through the motorway link connecting Albania with Greece via the Kapshtica customs that is 7km east of it. In the north the town is bordered by Bitincka (3km east of it), east bounded by the hills of Kokogllava (1140m above sea level), Stranra (1280m above sea level), Sellcat (Early residence near Bilishti) and Vernikun, (5km east), south is bordered by Vishocica (3km south), while west is bordered by Devolli River and villages like Poloska (4km), Kuçi (3km), Babani (5.5km ) And Hoçishti (6.5 km). Bilishti has a population of about 12,000 and is the capital of the Municipality of Devolli.
The climate in Bilisht is Mediterranean transient, but with remarkable continental influence. The high sea level (930m), as well as the distance from the sea, makes the summer in Bilisht to be warm and fresh, with a cold and snowy winter, as well as with the fall of fresh autumn.
The average annual temperature is 9.9 degrees. The hottest month of the year is July with an average of 19.5 degrees C, where the highest and lowest temperatures range from 14 degrees in the night and 26.6 degrees during the day. The coldest month is January with an average of 0.2 degrees, with average temperatures ranging from -3.6 degrees at night and 4.1 degrees during the day. The maximum temperature was reached in July 1988 (39 degrees) while the minimum was reached in January 2012 (-20 degrees). The annual temperature range is 19.3 degrees.
Bilishti precipitation is lower than in other cities of Albania as a result of the strong continental and mountain ranges that surround this area. The average annual rainfall is 780mm. The largest amount of rainfall is reached in the spring and fall months: November (100mm) and October (89mm). Most of the precipitation is Maji where on average there are 15 days of rainfall and 16 days of dryness. The dryest months are August (39mm) and Korriku (40mm). The highest number of dry days is August, where on average there are 23 dry days and 8 days of rainfall In the second half of autumn snowfall begins Which falls until April. During the winter the largest amount of snowfall falls, mainly in January (4 days on average) and February (5 days on average). Usually snow precipitation may be present even in the spring months.