Albania is planning to reopen Sazan Island to tourists. The island was formerly an active military base that has mostly been deserted, but it is still manned by two soldiers and sometimes used to shelter boats.
The island was first opened to a group of tourists in 2015 and will open on a large scale from May to October. It’s located three miles off the coast of Albania and they have not yet announced how the tourists will be getting back and forth.
It’s unlikely that the island will allow tourists to stay overnight at any point since there is not potable water or electricity, but the rooms on the island are still stocked with goods and could withstand a nuclear attack.
They are also considering turning the nuclear defense tunnels into wine cellars for additional tourist opportunities.