Zaferanieh is the name of a tourist village in the central part of Sabzevar city, which is located in the south of Tehran-Mashhad highway, on the main route of the Silk Road, between Sabzevar and Neishabour, 36 km east of Sabzevar.
It is about a thousand years old and has flourished in the past.
The existence of the Seljuk caravanserai, which was restored during the reign of Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar, is proof of this claim.
This caravanserai (Abbasi Zafaranieh caravanserai) is an example of a complete caravanserai with four porches, which probably led to the construction of other public buildings such as a large refrigerator, printing house, water storage and bath.

Numerous Iranian tourists, including Hakim al-Mamalik, have mentioned the Saffron Caravanserai in their travelogues in Safar Khorasan, Saif al-Dawla, Hotum Schindler, Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar, Etemad al-Saltanah, Mirza Ghahraman Amin Lashkar, Kurzan, Khanikov, Afzal al-Mulk and James Bailey Fraser.

According to the census, the population of the village was

Sabzevar Zaferanieh Ecotourism Resort The names of its rooms are taken from the characters of the Kaleidar story series. This resort, which dates back to the Pahlavi period, was renovated in 1396 and was ready to receive tourists.

The distance to

  • Sabzevar Airport -> 53.8 km (44 minutes)
  • Sabzevar Railway -> 86.8 km (1 hour and 13 minutes)
  • Sabzevar Passenger Terminal -> 39.4 km (31 minutes)

Zaferanieh has 6 historical monuments registered in the national monuments of Iran. These works include:

کمه جوش

Among the local foods of Zafaranieh village, we can

mention Ashkeneh, Kaleh Josh, Daneh Josh, Qorut Josh,

Tomato Josh and Qormeh Josh.

کمه جوش خرفه

The people of Zafaranieh village speak Persian and Khorasani dialect.

The most important crops of the village include wheat, barley, cotton, cumin, watermelon and saffron, which are planted in both irrigated and rainfed methods.

Meat and dairy products such as milk, yogurt, cheese and butter are the livestock products of the village.

In addition to cooperating in agricultural and livestock activities, women produce handicrafts such as carpets and rugs.