Located in the north of Iran, Ramsar is one of the towns in Mazandaran Province and is called “the heaven on the earth”! Ramsar was a rural area before 1931 and it was called Sakhtsar, but today this historical town is expanded and thereby turned into an excellent recreational area in northern Iran. The population of Ramsar is about 36000 according to the last official census in Iran. Ramsar lies on the coast of the Caspian Sea, the elevation of the town is -21 meters below sea level! Ramsar is a popular sea resort among Iranian travelers because they can easily access the Caspian Sea beaches and the Alborz mountains covered with lovely rain forests. Ramsar is also known for its Thermal Springs.
Ramsar receives up to 1228 mm precipitation every year which falls as snow during November, December, January, and February. With average temperature of 3.7°C, February is the coldest month in Ramsar, while July is the warmest month with average temperature of 24.4°C.
Ramsar Palace and Museum also known as the Marble Palace was constructed in 1937 and was used as a summer residence by the king Reza Pahlavi and later by his successor, king Mohamad Reza. This palace is also known for its lush and beautiful garden.
Javaher Deh is a village located 27 kilometers away from Ramsar, and is located on Alborz mountains with the height of 2000 meters above the sea level, over the clouds. Javaher Deh is a wonderful place for trekking biking and other nature ased activities.
Namak Abrud (Namak Abrood) Cable Car
Namak Abrud Village is a recreational complex, where travelers can enjoy cable car which takes them to the top of Alborz Mountain to enjoy the breathtaking view of dense rainforests and the Caspian Sea.