What conjures up in your mind when you think about traveling to Iran? Endless deserts, salt lakes, mosques, Islamic architecture, and mountains probably feature heavily. But what about a beach? Didn’t think of that, did you?!
Iran enjoys many different beaches with different moods and a wide range of holiday experiences. In the first and second parts of the article we covered information about eight beautiful beaches located in the southern part of the country.
Iran is famous for its picture-perfect salt lakes, breathtakingly colorful Islamic architecture, as well as its serene beaches. In fact, in this article, we are going to tell you about some marvelous beaches in Iran that this beautiful country had kept hidden for so long.
If you are looking for a memorable and relaxing holiday, the beaches in Iran are glamorous, dreamy, and fun to explore. The fantastic news is that these beaches do not limit you only to summer days since Iran has a diverse climate, and you have the opportunity to enjoy walking on the beach any time of the year.
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