The greek city Sarandë in Albania

Sarandë, Albania, definite form: the Greek Saranda(Άγιοι Σαράντα) is a city located on an open sea gulf of the Ionian Sea.
In ancient times the city was called Onchismos, that the area belonged to the Proto-Hellenic civilization that had flourished at the end of the 3rd millennium and the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC. The Mycenaean civilization had flourished in Onghesmos in the period 1400-1100 BC. It was located in Haonia which was a part of Epirus in Ancient Greece, to the northwest from Corfu and to the south from the city of Panormos. 
The wider area of Haonia was inhabited by the Greek-speaking Haones. Onchesmos was a very rich city since it was the main port of the capital of the Chaons). Marcus Tullius Cicero records Onchesmus as the main passage from Epirus to Italy. Dionysius of Halicarnassus records the port of Onchesmos as "Anghisos limin", the name was given to it by Aghisis, father of Aeneas. The name Onchesmos is the conversion of the ancient Greek name "Anchiasmos" in the Byzantine Empire.