Borazjan is a city in Dashtestan county of Bushehr province, about 70km. north of the provincial capital, Bushehr. The city is located on the transit road between Shiraz and Bushehr.
In ancient times, the town was actually by the Persian Gulf. However receding water has pushed the coastline 100 km south to where the city of Bushehr is today. This has left vast amounts of salt covered flats from Borazjan to Bushehr. The land is sparkling white. The salt crystals can be used to extract many minerals such as brine and sodium however such extraction does not exist. The surrounding landscape was greener in the past however overgrazing and drier climate has killed off most of the vegetation. Many wild animals such as deer, boars and coyotes lived in the area, but they have since gone extinct.
The ruins around the city are over three hundred years old. A citadel that was constructed 250 years ago and served as a caravansarai for decades has been transformed into a prison in the last 70 years. Many jewels and treasures have been discovered around the city.