Mazandaran, the flourishing and spectacular province of northern Iran, is located on the southern coastal strip of the Caspian Sea. With its unsurpassed nature and mild climate, this green province has plenty of natural, historical and cultural attractions. The coastal strip of the Caspian Sea, the sylvan and mountainous slopes of Alborz Mountains, roaring rivers, numerous water springs, waterfalls, caves, and more than 800 registered historical and cultural monuments located in this province, have turned Mazandaran into one of the most popular provinces and attractions for Iranian and foreign tourists.
Among Mazandaran’s most famous handicraft are silk dresses and also felt, fescue and wood products which are considered as exquisite souvenirs by domestic and foreign tourists.
Of the most famous tourist attractions of Mazandaran province, the following can be mentioned:
Alasht, Mazichal Village, Namak Abrood Complex, Churat or Miyansheh Lake, Ab Pari Waterfall, Filband Village, etc…