The ebbing of the sea water in the Naaz islands makes it possible for the quests interested in watching the natural attractions of Qeshm to walk or drive on the shore, and this makes these islands one of the seven wonders of Qeshm.
Located 22 kilometers from Qeshm, the Naaz islands are the only place where people can walk or drive up to one kilometer’s distance in the blue waters of the Persian Gulf, and this is one of the special tourist attractions of Qeshm.
Naaz islands have an extent of three hectares and due to their flat surface, 5 to10-meter rocky wall, and lack of a sandy beach, upon the completion of the water’s ebb, a narrow strip of land is created connecting them to the coast of Qeshm.
This phenomenon does not last long, but no matter how short the period, tourists can enter the Naaz islands and watch the Strait of Hormoz, Larak Island, and all the beauties of the world from the center of the blue Persian Gulf, and praise the God for all His gifts.
Passing through the sea on foot is a dream which comes true every day in Qeshm, and many lovers of nature make use of this opportunity.
Serenity and beauty of the Naaz islands on the one hand and the seashells and corals in various shapes and colors on the shores of the islands near Qeshm on the other have increased the charm of this tourist site in Qeshm.
50 years ago, these three islands were residential and fishermen used to store their goods in them.