Cultural Centre of Atlas Golf Marrakech

  • Museum
  • Cultural center
The Cultural Center of the Atlas Golf Marrakech is dedicated to the discovery of the world. It all starts with a great cafe and aquarium, a library and upstairs, the museum of fossils and minerals from Morocco offers a beautiful collection, with piec...

La Safranière de l'Ourika

  • Natural site
  • Park and garden
La Safranière de l'Ourika is a must-see for those who want to see and understand where saffron comes from, and also what makes it so expensive. Visit the fields and the workshops to truly understand the complex process and the skills needed to per...

Vegetable Market

  • Souk and market
This is a wholesale fruit and vegetable market where vendors from across the region sell their produce.

Bab Ahmar

  • Square and district
Bab Ahmar, the red door, is located near the Mellah, composed of four openings, two pedestrians and two reserved for vehicles, it is several meters wide.

Place of 16 novembre

  • Square and district
Place16 November, the most popular of the new town, is the intersection of Avenue Hassan II and Mohammed V Avenue Nearby are many brand name shops and places to eat and drink.

Jardin Potager Bio Orty-CT

  • Natural site
Located thirty kilometers from Marrakech, Jardin Potager Bio Orty-CT is a project initiated by the chef Tarik. The chef wanted to create a space dedicated to the discovery of the culinary arts, rich in aromas and flavours. Plus: the chef also offers...

Place des Ferblantiers

  • Square and district
Located in the heart of the Mellah, this beautiful square is a nice stop to enjoy the work of talented artisans who work with glass and metal to create lamps, there are also other shops and a few eateries in the area.

Bab Berrima

  • Square and district
Bab Berrima is a small door near the Royal Palace.

Flower Market

  • Souk and market
The flower market consists of a row of florists selling and creating bouquets to order.

Mellah

  • Square and district
Founded in 1558 by Moulay Abdallah, the Jewish quarter is designated as the Jewish quarter of Marrakech. At the time of religious wars in Spain, the Jewish refugees who fled the country, were offered this safety island by the Sultan. In return, they ...

Parc El Harti

  • Park and garden
Park El Harti is a beautiful garden open to the public, there are also some games for children.

Almoravide Koubba

  • Monument
Almoravide Kubba is a historical monumnet, located near the largest museum of Marrakech, in front of the Ben Youssef Madrasa. This architecturally stunning building was built in the 12th century and has recently been restored, the decor reflects the ...

Fontaine Mouassine

  • Square and district
The Fountain Mouassine was built in 1570 by Moulay Abdallah Saadien, made of stucco and carved cedar, it is a much admired historical monument, representing the past and the generations that followed. Tourists are not advised to drink its water.

Palais Bahia

  • Monument
The Bahia Palace is the work of the Grand Vizier Si Moussa, who built this huge buildind. This home is beautifully decorated with all the know-how and dexterity of the best craftsmen of the time. You can visit the old harem, patio and fountains, and ...

Jardin Majorelle

  • Park and garden
Located in the heart of Marrakech, the Majorelle Garden is one of the major spots in Marrakech. It was founded in 1947 by Jacques Majorelle, a painter living in Morocco since 1919, and purchased at his death by Pierre Bergé and Yves Saint Laurent. T...

Mellah Market

  • Souk and market
The Mellah market includes fruits and vegetable vendors, meat, poultry, game, spices and flowers.

La Menara

  • Monument
The Menara is a heritage monument of the city, but above all a symbol representing the grandeur experienced by Marrakech. Built following the orders of the Caliph of the Almohads in 1147, it was basically a pool of 200 by 150 meters, used to store wa...

Museum of Marrakech

  • Museum
At the time of the ruling of the Pasha of Marrakech, the Museum of Marrakech, was the first school for girls in the red city. Abandoned for many years, it was then restored years later by Omar Benjelloun. This passion for art and restoration makes th...

Tanners District

  • Square and district
The tanneries is isolated from the rest of the souks, in this part of the Medina you will discover new techniques of working with leather and explore the merchandise of the local tanners.

Bab Agnaou

  • Square and district
Bab Agnaou is the gateway to the district of the Kasbah. One of the nicest, which originally had two towers have now disappeared, hence the name which means "door ram without horns." Built in the early twelfth century, it is decorated with different ...

Museum Tiskiwine

  • Museum
The museum of Tiskiwine is a mansion built in the 20th century, belonging to the anthropologist Bert Flint. It presents objects from traditional cultures from all over Morocco. In Moorish style, the house itself is a true architectural treasure. Ent...

Souk Kimahin

  • Souk and market
Souk Kimahin consists of local crafstmen who make traditional musical instruments like flutes and djembes.

Palmeraie of Marrakech

  • Natural site
The 13,000 hectares of the palm grove of Marrakech are planted with about 100,000 trees. It dates back to the reign of the Almoravid Sultan Youssef Ben Tachefine. It can be visited by carriage.

La Maison de la Photographie

  • Museum
Photos of Marrakech dating from 1870 to 1950 are showcased here.

Souk des menuisiers

  • Souk and market
The carpenters' Souk is composed of several craftsmen and cabinet makers who work on the floor in front of their shops.

Palais Dar M'nebhi

  • Monument
M'nebhi Mehdi, Secretary of War, at the time of Sultan Moulay Abdelazize, the palace Dar M'nebhi was built between 1894 and 1908. This palace elegantly transcribed mixture of Eastern and Western cultures, with many trips to Europe and to many artist...

Musee Berbere

  • Museum
Some 600 crafts: jewellery, costumes, and weaving, weapons, carpets, instruments of Berber music, but also objects of everyday life, festivals or ceremonies, without forgetting the explanatory texts reproduced in 3 languages (French, English and Arab...

Souk Chouari

  • Souk and market
Chouari Souk offers the work of skilled carpenters and cabinet makers in the region.

Bab Jdid

  • Square and district
The beautiful door of Bab Jdid provides access between the Medina and the Hivernage district, it is facing the Mamounia Hotel.

Bab Ksiba

  • Square and district
Bab Ksiba is an ancient gate dating from the Almohads Dynasty. It gives direct access to the south of the Kasbah, where there were many royal palaces, it is also called Bab el Makhzen.