The large coastal village of Salakh is located on the southern coast of Qeshm Island, at a distance of about seventy-five kilometers from the Qeshm city. Due to this relatively long distance, it is less visited by tourists, but Salkh has many tourism potentials and in the future may will be a tourism hub on the Qeshm Island.
The main occupation of the people of this Town is fishing and you can see many fish markets here.
Salakh Bowl and Qeshm Roof are two natural attractions near the north of Salakh. The Slakh Bowl is a small desert covered with hills in strange shapes.
But the most important feature of Salakh village is the similarity of culture and rituals of the people of this village with the people of Africa and India.
In this village, traditional celebrations are held along with traditional instruments, including the Nowruz Sayad celebration in late July. Another ritual is mourning therapy (Zar Darmany), which is performed to remove some mental illnesses from the body and soul by performing traditional music.
Salakh Town and its surroundings are the main target points for tourism development projects in Qeshm.One of these projects is to create an equiped recreational, sports and health village with the name of Gambron village near Salkh Town. This modern health tourist village by attracting a large number of specialists will be used as a modern medical service center for international tourists, specially for citizens of the Persian Gulf countries who come to Iran for medical treatment.
Numerous statues and beautiful urban symbols that have been executed in the squares of Salkh village and in its coastal park testify to the serious attention of the authorities for the growth of tourism in this region of Qeshm Island.