Mountain spring “Blue Eye”
The mountain spring “Blue Eye” (syri i kaltër) near Ndërlysa can be reached by Theth in a 4-hour hike (see photo on the right). Follow the gravel road, on the right side of the river, deeper into the valley to Kapreja. Alternatively, in Theth (on the other side of the river at the intersection above the bridge), hop on the bus to Krepaje at about 11am. Attention, you have to walk on the way back, because there are no more buses. In Krepaje the last option to buy drinks is directly after the bridge. At the end of the village, you gonna cross the bridge with the shrine of Maria over deeply hollowed rock crevices. Follow the stone path (see photo above) along the river until a trail leads up into the mountains on the right side. This one leads you to the source.
The easiest and shortest hike around Theth takes you to the 25m high Grunas waterfall (see photo on the right). Follow the course of the river south of the village – passing the Lock-in-Tower. Stay on the left side of the river. Further outside of Theth you will pass a large stone house (see photo below). The small garden café is the last point to buy more drinks. Behind the house you cross a small rivulet, which was laid out from the waterfall to irrigate the fields and is therefore good for orientation. Follow the trail along the watercourse. It will lead you directly to the Grunas Waterfall.