This area boasts of a variety of wildlife and from this point of view holds its own. Wildlife such as wild sheep, wild goat, gazelle, antelope and leopard can be seen here.
About Bushehr (Bushire)
Bushehr (or Bushire) also Romanized as Bandar Bushehr and Bandar-e Bushehr; previously known as Beh Ardasher is the capital city of Bushehr Province, Iran.Bushehr lies in a vast plain running along the coastal region on the Persian Gulf coast of south-western Iran, it is built near the ancient port city of Rishahr/Reshire (Sassanian, Riv Ardasher). It was the chief seaport of the country and is the administrative centre of its province. Its ...read more about Bushehr (Bushire)
Bushehr (Bushire) Attractions
Khark Ancient Graveyard, Khark – Bushehr
In a part of the mountainous area of Khark Island, numerous graves have been discovered and a strong probability exists that these belong to the Zoroastrians and the Christian communities. These graves date back to the end of the Sassanian and the ...
Sibveyeh Tomb, Siraf – Bushehr
In this mausoleum two tombs can be observed, a larger grave bearing a chest and an inscription in the 'Kufic script' and another smaller grave without a tomb stone which is the grave of Sibveyeh.
Dutch (Holandiha) Castle, Khark Island – Bushehr
This castle is located in the north east of Khark Island. In the year 1748 AD. contemporary to the period of the Safavid reign and the Afqani conquests in Iran, the Dutch gave up their trading center in Bandar Abbas and transformed this center to ...
Siraf Ancient City – Bushehr
Siraf is located south east of the port of Bushehr near the small port of Taheri. This ancient city encompasses the three ports of 'Bandar-e-Taheri', 'Bandar-e-Kangan' and 'Bandar-e-Dayer'.Siraf dates back to the Sassanian period and originally ...
Helleh Wetland – Bushehr
In the territory of Helleh the two rivers of Dalky and Shapour have brought about a large Wetland. Surrounding this wetland are marshes which have provided a habitat for immigrant birds.
Persian Gulf Coast – Bushehr
The coast of this province is of two types,i.e., sandy and rocky. The latter in itself is a wonderful sight worth seeing.Being of limestone and due to the active water erosion, leaving beautiful and natural impressions behind. The sandy shores, ...
Siniz Port – Bushehr
The remnants of the ancient port of 'Siniz' or 'Bandar-e-Siniz' can be observed about 20 km. from Bandar-e-Daylam and near 'Khor (Estuary) Imam Hossain.The Hessar village was the site of the western rampart of the ancient city of 'Siniz' and a ...
Omol Karam and Nakhiloo Island – Bushehr
These two islands located in the southern coast of the province are devoid of inhabitants. The Nakhiloo Island is the area where giant tortoises inhabit, the presence of which have made this area environmentally important.