Kish Island is located in south of Iran and has a unique situation in the strategic Persian Gulf area. This island is so beautiful and attractive that has become known as the Pearl of the Persian Gulf since ancient times. Its calm coasts are covered with coral sands that shine in the sunlight, creating a unique and fascinating sight. The clear coastal water allows one to view several meters deep into the sea and watch the beautiful movement of the fish. Diverse plants and native trees, as well as a pleasant climate seven months a year are among the outstanding characteristics of the island.
The island has attracted many tourists, travelers, and writers throughout history due to its uniqueness. Among those who have written in praise of this island are Niarkhous, the Greek navy commander, who traveled to Kish in 225 B.C. and wrote about its beautiful palm fields. Marco Polo, Ibn Batuta and Hamdullah Mostofi they are people who have traveled to the island.
Kish Island is located on the beautiful shores of the Persian Gulf approximately 18 kilometers away from south of Iran. The Island is about 15.5 kilometers long from west coast to the east coast and its maximum width extending from the southern shorelines to the northern shorelines is 7.5 kilometers. The island is sandy and uncultivated, with a high point of 45 meters above sea level.