Lahijan is the largest city in the east of Gilan province and also named Gilan bride. The city is located in the mountainous area and its hills are covered with tea bushes. Also, Lahijan is one of the cities of Gilak. The city is located in the east of Sepidrood River, at a height of 4 meters. In summer, Lahijan climate is warm and humid. In winter, warm winds start and then snow. Relative humidity is 76 to 79 percent and sometimes reaches 100 percent. Lahijan is a region which is bounded from north to the Caspian Sea, from east to Langrood, from south to Dilaman, from the southwest to Siahkal, and from west to Astaneh Ashrafieh. From 1960s and 1970s, authorities have been trying to improve the appearance of the city, which is considered to be the most attractive so the eastern pool of the city used for irrigation has been improved for recreational activities and walking. A Telecabin is connected to the summit of the mountain overlooking the city and provides panoramic views over the plain and the Caspian Sea.
Lahijan is a touristy area in northern Iran due to its natural attractions:
Shaytan Kooh Mountain
Shaytan Kooh Mountain is a mountain in the east of Lahijan city and in Gilan province of Iran. In the past, a pool that was 200 meters wide and 70 meters long was in front of it that was used to store water of irrigation. Today, the pool has become an artificial lake, in which there is an island and a small mansion on the island. In the heart of the mountain, an artificial cascade is created, that water is supplied by the lake.
You can also see:
Amirkallaeh International Wetland
And many pristine villages
Chahar Padeshah( Four Kings) Mosque
The mosque is one of the historical monuments of the city of Lahijan and four kings of Gilan were buried there. This place was originally the shrine of Sayyed Khor Kia (martyr in 647 AH), and was built for him that is connected to the mosque, after that Sayed Ali Kia died 44 years later, and on the left side of that cell They built other grave and buried him. Then, 38 years later, Reza Kia buried son of Seyyed Ali Kia next to his father, and because on the same day, Sayed Razi Kia, the king of Gilan dead, had buried him in the same cell.
Sheikh Zahed Gilani Tomb
The tomb of Sheikh anvar or Sheikh Zahed Gilani dates back to the late 9th century AD and is located in Lahijan, Sheikh anvar Village.
The bath is a monument belonging to the Qajar era. The bathroom, which was constructed during Fath Ali Shah, used to have a lot of pools in the past, but today, only half of it is. Golshan Bath has been registered by Iran’s Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization in 1334 with the number 1442.
Akbarieh Mosque is one of the most famous mosques in Gilan province and is one of the most important buildings in Lahijan. This mosque was created at the time of Fathali Shah Qajar.
Mir Shamshaddin Lahijani Tomb
The tomb is related to the Safavi period.