Beris port is home to one of Iran’s most beautiful and unusual rocky beaches, as well as the Makran Sea’s coral reefs. This port is 60 kilometers from Chabahar in the region of Sistan and Baluchestan. One of the busiest fishing docks in the nation is located on this beach.
Many boats cruise in the Makran Sea, when you are at the top of the Beris port, you observe many multicolored vessels arriving and leaving. Fishermen at this harbor captured narrow-barred Spanish mackerel, tiger croaker, silver pomfret, and shrimp, among other species. Lobster fishing, which is usually done for sale to other nations, is also widespread in this area.
The settlement of Beris is also close to the Beris pier. A wonderful view of the sea with moving ships and boats can be seen from the top of the Beris port rocks. Beris port’s coral reefs used to be bigger and broader, but as more people visit the region, the rocks have fallen and grown smaller than previously. The flight of seagulls over the dinghies and rocks, which evokes feelings of the sea and ocean, is one of the most magnificent views to be observed in this region.
The Beris port is built mostly on third geological period thick and semi-dense sandstone strata. Extrusions may be seen along the cliffs that overlook the south shore. One of the most important features of Beris is its unique scenery and eye-catching pier, which can play an important role in attracting tourists from all over Iran and the world and help to spread ecotourism.