Eqlid is a town with very cold winters and is located 275
km away from Shiraz. The most significant points of
interest are: Water-fall of Tang-Boraq, Jame mosque,
inscriptions and towers.
Jahrom is situated in a torrid region with 193 km distance
South-east of Shiraz. Palm and citrus trees create
beautiful landscapes. The castle of Qabri is the main
Historical city of Darab is 280 km away from Shiraz. Ruins
of the ancient city, known as the “Castle of Dehya”,
is in the South-west. Its historical monuments are of more
importance: Azarju Temple Fire (known also as “Sangi
Mosque”), Naqsh Rostam and the mausoleums of Pir Kalbi
and Vahid Calbi.
Sepidan, a beautiful city with pleasant mild climate in
summer, is located 100 km North-west of Shiraz.
Water-falls, springs and lush forests create fascinating
landscapes, attracting many people. Heavy fall of snow in
winter makes the mountains suitable for skiing.
Fasa is located 160 km South-east of shiraz. It is a
historical city, near which there are ruins of the ancient
city. There are some old castles in the mountains around
Firouzabad is situated 100 km South of Shiraz. It is a
historical city, beside which there is the ancient city of
Gur. The city contains many historical monuments,
including the castle of Dokhtar Castle, Palace of
Firouzabad, Sassanid tower and the rock relief, going back
to Sassanid Monarch.
Kazeroun is located beside the ruins of the ancient city
of Bishapour, 150 km West of Shiraz. It enjoys mild
winters, but its summers are usually warm.
Points of interest are: Naqsh Timur, Temple of Anahita
(goddess of water), Shapour Cave, in front of which there
is a stone statue, rock relief in Tang Chogan, and highly
impressive Lake Parishan.
Lar is located in a torrid area, 360 km South-east of
Shiraz. Complex of Qeisarieh, including bazaar and
caravanserai, Fire Temple of Sassanid, and castle of Ejdaha
Peikar are of its attractions.
This town is located in a torrid area and is the nearest
province’s town to the Persian Gulf. Resources of
natural gas are of high significance. Lamard has an
Abadeh is located 280 km North-east of Shiraz. It
city has cold winters and mild summers. Historical castles
around the city are among points of interest Marquetry and
making “Guiveh” (light cotton summer shoes) are major
This town is
situated in a mountainous area, 190 km East of Shiraz.
Fruit gardens abound there. The major agricultural product
is fig, which is well-known in the province.
It is situated 158 km away from Shiraz and its most
important historical monuments are the fire temple of
Mill Ejdaha, tower of Ashkani and some relief dating back
to the Elamitic period.
is located 220 km East of Shiraz and is a city of great
antiquity. The points of interest are: Kabir Jame Mosque,
and lakes of Bakhtegan and Tashk.