Vuno is a small village on a mountainside near the Mediterranean Sea. It has about 80 inhabitants year round, but about 500 in the summertime. There is no school here any more, so the youngsters have to go elsewhere for education.
You can take a bus from Tirana to Sarandë but since it departs early in the morning, you may try getting first to the town of Vlorë and then taking a bus to Himarë. In either case, just ask the driver to stop in Vuno. Vuno is the small village between Dhermi and Himarë.
The village is small and easily covered on foot. Besides that, the most reliable way to get around (ie. to nearby Himarë or to the beach) is hitchhiking. Basically, any car with available seats and heading for your direction will take you. If you're staying at Shkolla Hostel there is a possibility that the nice people working there can give you a lift for a fee.
There are two small restaurants/cafés/shops in the village.
Beers can be bought at the two restaurants mentioned in the "Eat"-section. Jal beach, 5 km from Vuno, has a few clubs and bars where you can find drinks and some decent and quite posh parties from time to time.
The only safety issue in Vuno would be the stray dogs. Some are friendly, some are scared while others for sure will try to chase you away from their territory.
See the "Get in" section. The bus stops in Vuno if passangers. Time table can be found at Shkolla Hostel.