Pearl of the South and first tourism city in Morocco, Marrakech offers a unique charm and weather. Marrakesh is a fascinating city which attracts many visitors. It was a city which held the spirit of the big and mysterious South. Every corner, every narrow street has a story to tell.


Menera Gardens,

The magnificent Menara gardens which cover an area of 250 acres, are planted with olive trees. The large central lake, dating from the 12th century, is fed by a network of irrigation channels. At the water's edge, a small
Saadian pavilion was used for the sultan's romantic pleasures..


Koutoubia Mosque,

One of the best examples of Moorish art, combining apparent simplicity with superb craftsmanship and restrained luxury. Its minaret, 252 feet high is certainly one of the most impressive sights in Marrakesh..


Bahia Palace,

This magnificent palace, built among 2 acres of lush and exotic gardens is a combination of ancient culture and luxury. The inner courtyards are surrounded by many luxurious rooms of the palace.


The Souks,

Leaving the famous Djemaa El Fna Square, the famous souks, with an intricate maze of narrow streets, are a mirror of the Moroccan way of life bustling with merchants, tourists, animals, small shops, spices...


Djemaa El Fna Square,

One of the main attractions of Marrakesh. This traditional meeting place for
peasants and merchants has become the heart of Marrakesh. In the morning, this vast square, bordered by shops and workshops, is crowded with fruit and spice sellers, basket sellers, ironmongers and barbers. In the afternoon and in the evening hours the musicians, story-tellers, snake charmers and entertainers with performing monkeys fill this square turning it into a live theater.


Majorelle Gardens,

Built in 1920, this happy venue is characterised by luxurious vegetation belonging to Yves St Laurent.

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