Laft Village - Iran Tourist Attractions
Laft, a historic village in Qeshm Island, is famous for its attractions like the Echo Museum, ancient harbor, and unique architecture. It’s one of the oldest Persian Gulf coast villages, known for its windcatchers and as a great spot for watching sunsets and exploring Qeshm’s history. Laft dates back to the first millennium BCE and was the first settlement on Qeshm Island. Historically significant, it was a major trading hub with men from Laft navigating to African and Indian countries, leading to a multicultural legacy evident today. Laft’s role in the spread of Islam in the Indian subcontinent and its residents’ fluency in various languages are testaments to its rich history.