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Qeshm Old Bazaar

Qeshm Old Bazaar is one of the major historical sites of Qeshm. Qeshm Old Bazaar was built in 1911. It is known as the oldest bazaar of Qeshm. It is located exactly at the center of Qeshm island and near the Stone Pier. Most of the hotels are situated strategically close to the Bazaar. There [...]
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Hengam, the Island of Dolphins

Hengam is a small Island (33.6 sq.km) located 2 km to the south east of Qeshm Island in Persian Gulf. The Island contains of 3 villages. Old Hengam, New Hengam (Mashi) and Ghil. Hengam is an untouched Island. It is not crowded at all and you can’t find any cars or asphalt roads there. Even [...]
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Naz Islands, Where You Can Walk On Water

Naz Islands are two tiny Islands only a 1000 meters away from the shores of Qeshm. These Islands are a part of Qeshm Island during low tides, and in high tides they get seperated and become their own. But even then, the depth of the water is so low, that you can walk from Qeshm [...]
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Kharbas Cave

Kharbas Cave is in the heart of the Zagros mountains that have stretched over Qeshm Island. It keeps the secrets of Millenniums and has kept thousands safe within throughout history. This cave is man made and dates back to the Medes era during the Iron age, about 1000 BC. Kharbas cave is made up of [...]
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Valley of Stars, The Art of Erosion

The rock formations in Qeshm Island are unlike any other natural attractions in Iran. The Island is home to a few astonishing valleys, canyons, and beaches. Valley of Stars is located about 30 minutes away from the Qeshm city center, next to the Borka Khalaf village. Continuing a soil surface road to the North of [...]
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