What are the best cities in Iran for winter travel?
Contrary to popular belief, winter is the season of cold, cloudy and depressing days; In all parts of Iran, there are attractive destinations for winter travel to escape the cold and snow.
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As winter approaches, many tourists make the most of a few days off to plan a memorable trip. Because southern Iran has a very pleasant climate during the winter, it is often chosen as a winter travel destination. However, tourists are usually unfamiliar with many cities and attractions in the south of our country and consequently did not think of traveling to lesser known places.
Qeshm Island is the largest island in the Persian Gulf and one of the most beautiful Iranian islands, which welcomes many tourists, especially in winter. The island has unique natural attractions from Star Valley and Naz Island to Chahkuh Strait, mangrove forest, Khurbas cave, Namakdan cave, etc. and has been registered as the first geopark in the Middle East. In addition, seven of these attractions have been named Qeshm Weekly Wonders.
In addition, Qeshm Island, due to its long history, has many historical attractions such as Kalat Keshtar, Bibi Maryam Tomb (traditional theme), Qeshm Historical Cemeteries, Kamaliyeh Historical School, etc., which are worth visiting. As the traditional texture of the island is preserved, the charm of your trip to this area will undoubtedly be doubled.
In addition to the sights of Qeshm, you can also enjoy its water and diving activities and create a different experience for yourself. Many tourists also go to Qeshm to buy, which can have an attractive purchase due to the reasonable prices.
Tabas city is located in South Khorasan province, which has very hot summers and relatively pleasant winters due to the desert climate. If you pass by this city, be sure to visit the lush garden of Golshan in the heart of the desert, which is the only square garden in the country. Kal Jeni or the famous valley of jinn, Shah Abbasi dam, Hadrbash brick towers, Azmighan village, Halvan desert, Khan Tabas caravanserai with a rectangular structure in Lut desert, form the sights of Tabas. Tabas Citadel is also very spectacular; Especially since it dates back to a thousand years ago and it is interesting that it was not damaged by the great earthquake of 1978.
Nayband village is one of the examples of stepped architecture known as Masouleh Kavir. Citrus and palm trees, traditional and brick texture, spectacular scenery, hot and cold springs and watchtowers are some of the attractions of this tourist village.
In addition, this place is home to certain animals such as the Asian cheetah, which attracts many nature lovers.
Morteza Ali spring is also one of the landmarks of Tabas, which consists of several springs. In addition to the healing properties of the spring, which has many fans among tourists; The flow of hot and cold springs in parallel in a valley has created an amazing phenomenon. The tallest arched dam in the world is located at the end of Morteza Ali spring.
This region has many souvenirs of food, handicrafts and medicinal plants, some of which are Qutb, pistachio, orange spring, saffron, special and natural honey of Tabas, local garnet and fragrant vegetables, quince jam, thyme extract, tulip extract, Copper breasts, kilims and carpets and wicker weaves.
Of course, winter travel is not limited to Tabas or Qeshm; Instead, for winter travel, you can go to the southern islands of Iran or include visits to Khuzestan, Tabas, Kashan, Chabahar and Yazd in your plan. For example, the island of Hormuz not only has pristine nature and unique landscapes, but also is one of the best destinations for winter travel due to its temperate climate in winter. One of the most important features of the island can be considered the presence of edible red soil in it, which has no analogues in the world and therefore is known as the only edible island in Iran. The azure beaches of the Persian Gulf also provide you with an ideal opportunity for beach tourism and a variety of water sports and diving. In addition, by traveling to this island, you will learn more about the lifestyle of the indigenous people of southern Iran and the type of clothing, food, and customs.
If you go to Bushehr, go to the old part of the city from the beginning, which will be the most attractive part of your trip. In addition to numerous historical attractions, white and nesting alleys, numerous and attractive cafes with live music and special Bushehr cuisine, have brought a lot of fame and popularity to this area. Golshan Mansion, Ghavam Water Depot, Dehdashti Mansion, Saadat School, Bushehr Old Bazaar, Chah Kotah Forest Park, ج Jafre Wharf, etc. are all of the sights of this city.
Yazd province is another scenic area of Iran in winter. Yazd, the city of windmills thanks to a variety of historical and cultural attractions such as Amir Chakhmaq Square, Water Museum, Clock Square, Yazd Grand Mosque, Iskandar Prison and Ziaieh School, Kushkak New Water Mill, Fahadan Historical Neighborhood, Dolatabad Garden, Yazd Fire Temple and. .. should be one of the winter destinations of any tourist. There are many historical houses in Yazd, such as the house of the Larians, the house of Haj Kazem Rasoulian and the house of Malek al-Tajjar. Finally, do not miss buying souvenirs from Khan Bazaar, shops around Amirchakhmaq Square and shops in the historical context of Yazd.
Chabahar is the largest ocean port in Iran, which due to its geographical location, has very beautiful beaches, and as a result, in addition to using beach beaches, you can enjoy water sports such as diving, boating, fishing, shuttle riding, hiking, surfing, surfing, etc. Get busy. If you travel to this area during the winter, enjoy its natural attractions such as the Martian or Miniature Mountains, which evoke the view of the Moon and Mars mountains. Lipar Lagoon, the fig tree of the temples, the gulf phenomenon, the sandy beach, the caves of Ban Messiti Tis, the coral reefs, etc. also form the natural monuments of this region. The Portuguese castle (Tis Castle), the old governorate building (museum), the old customs and post buildings, Hosseinieh Al-Rasoul and the village of Tis are among the monuments of Chabahar.