Sabirabad district is located in the Mugan steppe. At the western border of the district merged Kur and Araz rivers. The climate is temperate. Summer temperatures reach up to + 38 ° C, + 40 ° C in winter to -3 C, -5 C. In the area grow pomegranates, figs, blackberries, grapes, but it brought special glory Sabirabad grown here are sweet and juicy watermelon. The main types of agricultural activities in the region are cotton, livestock, viticulture and grain growing.
Along the stretch of the Kura River riparian forests. At 28 kilometers from the district center is a lake of Sary-Su, where there are opportunities for hunting and fishing.
The district center - Sabirabad city is named after the prominent Azerbaijani poet t XIX- early XX centuries Mirza Alakbar Sabir. The town has a museum. In the area of preserved traditional crafts such as carpet weaving, wood carving and metal, chests manufacturing. In the district there are the ruins of ancient settlements Sugovshan, Surrey Gala and others. From the historical monuments preserved mausoleum of Baba Samida XIY century in the village Shikhlar.