Meybod in Yazd Province is a desert city with an ancient history. The city, which resembles Yazd city in many aspects, is considered to be much older than the city of wind towers with a history of over 7,000 years. It is an old historical city that is located at the edge of the Iran’s central desert and goes back to pre-Islamic arena. This ancient city has been a center for Zoroastrians.

Meybod is famed for its ceramics and countless shops throughout the city sell these fine Persian creations. Narin ghaleh, Chaparkhaneh (Ancient Post Office) and caravanserai Abbasi, Pigeon Tower and Yakhchal (the ice house) and some water reservoir are some of its attractions that worth to visit.

Shah Abbasi caravanserai:
Shah Abbasi Caravanserai is a road side inn, located in Meybod, Yazd. Caravanserais supported the flow of commerce, information, and people across the network of trade…     Read more

Narin castle:
The Narin Castle is a mud-brick fort or castle in the town of Meybod. Structures like these constituted the government stronghold in some of the older (pre-Islamic) towns…     Read more

Ice house:
Before the invention of the refrigerator, which is a relatively modern invention, ice was a precious commodity that couldn’t be easily obtained or made, especially in summer…                 Read more