In the current research, a case study method has been applied to evaluate the landscape quality of the Margoon protected area in order to develop sustainable tourism. In the first step, theoretical basics and approaches were scrutinized using library and internet resources. Then, above average, average and poor landscapes were identified and the quality of perspectives evaluated. After that, using GIS software, the ranges using visible and invisible perspectives were investigated. The results of the paper emphasized that the landscapes should be improved by creating new green patches using native trees and shrubs, developing widespread tourist activities in the range of the above average landscape by designing appropriate walking, hiking and climbing paths, removing concentrated tourist activities such as camping, and designing appropriate places for this activity in the range of the average landscape.