Estahban (Persian: استهبان, Arabic: اصطهبانات, also Romanized as Estahbān and Eşţahbān; formerly, Eşţahbānāt, Estehbanat, Istehbānāt, and Shahr-e Eşţahbānāt; also formerly known as Savānāt) is a city in and the capital of Estahban County, Fars Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 33,101, in 8,714 families.
The area about Estahban is very fertile, being the largest producer of saffron, grain, cotton, walnut, almond, grapes and other fruits in the middle east. Estahban has been the most famous provider of figs to the world. It is also one of the biggest producers of saffron. Its original name Estahbanat was changed to Estahban in 1970.