Embroidery including Roodoozi, Zardozi or Zar-douzi, Golabetoon-doozi, Khoos-doozi (also Khous-doozi), Kameh-doozi or Kam-doozi, Badeleh-doozi, Soozan-doozi (needlework) and weaving such as Chanteh-Bafi and Shak-Bafi are other famous souvenirs of the southern provinces of Iran, Hormozgan, Bandar Abbas and Qeshm, which are also sometimes in Bushehr.
Marine handicrafts can be considered as the most beautiful souvenirs of Hormozgan province, Bandar Abbas, Qeshm, Bushehr and other southern cities of Iran.
There are several islands in the Persian Gulf, one of which is located in Hormozgan province, the small island of Hormuz, which has a very special beach. Due to the presence of minerals, Hormuz Island has soils of different colors, especially red, and that is why the color of the water waves on this island is red.
Pottery in Iran has a long history. The same thing has made the pottery attractive for foreign tourists and made them as souvenirs. Cities like Lalejin, Hamadan, Meybod and Natanz are among the most famous cities in the pottery industry.To the objects made of cooked Mud, they are called pottery. The artist is the pottery maker, potter and the pottery is an industrial blend with art that leads to the production of pottery.
One of the most common, most widely used, and most beautiful handicrafts in the region, due to the abundance of palm leaves and fibers and plants in swamps and salt marshes, is hand-woven from palm leaves which is known as mat weaving.
One of the traditional women's clothing of the northern suburbs of the Persian Gulf is their special Burqa or veils, which are in different types.
If you are one of those people, be sure to find Maluki sweets in Hormozgan province. Maluki is a traditional southern pastry, especially in Hormozgan province, which is made from a combination of yogurt, eggs, flour and sugar.
The best fish can be found in the southern cities of Iran, which have a high diversity. Since Bandar Abbas and other seaports in the southern provinces are located next to the Persian Gulf, which is a rich source of various types of fish, shrimp and aquatic animals.
Iranian kilim and carpet are world famous. Kilim weaving is also a long-standing tradition among women in southern Iran; in Hormozgan province, Bandar Abbas, in the villages of Dar Tujan and Haji Abad and Qeshm provinces, women are occupied in the production of carpets, rugs and kilim.
Holor Cake is One of the most famous sweets baked in Qeshm Island. Holor cake is a spongy cake made from a mixture of flour, egg, sugar and vanilla. In Qeshm, most pastry shops have Holor cake.
Numerous and varied spices used in southern cuisine are one of the main reasons for their different and unique taste.
Traditional costumes of Qeshm have attracted a lot of attention from Iranian and foreign tourists.