Hormuz or Hormoz is a town on the Southwest coast of Iran. Hormuz is located on the Straits of Hormuz, the narrows at the mouth of the Persian Gulf. If you are an Eco-tourist traveler, Hormoz is going to be one of the best for you. Hormoz with its spectacular nature includes glittering colorful soil, rocky Mountains and cliffs, statue valley each is likened to an animal, a sheep’s head, poultry, and many different dragons, and also salt caves are unique places to explore for who eager to visit new and undiscovered areas.
Other places to go sightseeing are Portuguese Castle, which is a red stone fortress, and is one of the last surviving monuments of Portuguese colonial rule in the Persian Gulf; colorful soil carpet which is made by the soil of this island and has a lot of shining colors that together create a spectrum of white, yellow, orange, red, brown, green and even gold. Furthermore, if you are interested in water sports you could give swimming and fishing a try.
Kotuk guesthouse decorated simply but tastefully and based on the local tradition of Hormoz people. In Kotuk you can order homemade delicious seafood during your stay.
Kotuk guesthouse Hormoz island