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...

Bab El Makhzen

  • Square and district
Bab El Makhzen, one of the 22 gates of the ramparts of the medina of Marrakech, means "the door of the Governor's Palace" and is named after the sultans and statesmen.

Bab Ighli

  • Square and district
Bab Ighli was once the main entrance of the medina of Marrakech. It takes its name from those who were responsible for monitoring its entry, this door leads to the road to the Ourika valley.

Bab Ed Debbagh

  • Square and district
Bab Debbagh Ed is one of the doors leading to the tanners. Its outstanding feature is its architecture with five angles and corners.

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...

Place Rahba Ladima (place des epices)

  • Square and district
Rahba Ladima is in the middle of the souk and is filled with merchants selling straw hats, herbal remedies and cosmetics, Berber carpets and fruit vendors.

Palais El Badii

  • Monument
The El Badi Palace was built between 1578 and 1603 by Sultan Ahmed Al Mansour saadien Dhahbi. At the time it was considered one of the most majestic palaces throughout Morocco, its name, meaning the palace of the incomparable. Today, there remains a ...

Bab Lakssour

  • Square and district
Bab Lakssour is a door that leads to the medina and souks through the beautiful Mouassine.

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 des broderies

  • Souk and market
The Souk des broeries consists of a few small shops in a small street near the Ben Youssef Mosque, each one offering original works of embroidery such as tunics, kaftans and sarongs and colourful threads.

Fontaine Chrob ou Chouf

  • Square and district
Fountain Chrob or Chouf, is one of the most beautiful fountains in the Medina of Marrakech. It is made of carved cedar wood honeycomb, engraved calligraphy Andalusian zelliges polychrome, and roofed with green tiles. The fountain dates from the reign...

Bab Doukkala

  • Square and district
Bab Doukkala is an ancient door that dates back to the time of the Almoravids in the late thirteenth century.

La Maison de la Photographie

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

Chichaoua

  • City and village
Souk El Khemis is an open Souk where there are craftsmen, blacksmiths and some antiques. Every day of the week vendors come to display their merchandise, Thursday and Sunday mornings are the best time to visit.

La Koutoubia

  • Monument
Koutoubia Mosque, whose construction began in 1120 under the Berber dynasty of the Almoravids, was renovated between 1995 and 1998. It is considered one of the finest monuments of the city and like all mosques, it is reserved for Muslims. Its minare...

Les Tombeaux Saadiens

  • Monument
The Saadian Tombs of the Kasbah date back to the sixteenth century. In the eighteenth century, to erase the last traces of this dynasty who ruled between 1524 and 1659, this tomb was completely walled up and forgotten until 1917. This cemetery was th...

Bab Nkob

  • Square and district
Bab Nkob is an ancient door built during the French protectorate, It separates and unifies the old and the new city.

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 El Khemis

  • Souk and market
The stands are located in the building of the WTCC Race of Morocco. This metal building is built facing the street circuit which runs the race of the FIA WTCC since 2007.

Museum Dar Si Saïd

  • Museum
This large house built in the second half of the nineteenth century had several uses before becoming the Dar Si Said Museum, from 1957. Its collections, which come from Marrakech and the South, bear witness to the Moroccan domestic architectural art ...

Agdal Gardens

  • Park and garden
The Agdal gardens extend over several hectares, It is a popular spot for joggers and athletes and a romantic place for young couples.

Medersa Ben Youssef

  • Monument
Open daily from 9am to 6pm Entrance fee: 10 dh Tel: +212 (0)524390911 The Madrasa Ben Youssef is a former Koranic school where hundreds of students from all over Morocco, taught the sciences, and especially theology. Long regarded as the most pr...

Lalla Takerkoust

  • Natural site
Located 45 minutes from Marrakech, the dam Takerkoust is an oasis of nature at the foot of the Atlas Mountains. Fishing and swimming ar just some of the activities to enjoy here.

Market of Bab Doukkala

  • Souk and market
The market of Bab Doukkala consists of fruits and vegetable vendors selling their produce and also meat and poultry.

Les stands du Race of Morocco WTCC

  • Square and district
The stands are located on the site of the WTCC Race of Morocco, they are built facing the street circuit, which has ran the race of the FIA WTCC since 2007.

Arset el Bilk

  • Park and garden
This small garden is surrounded by old trees and is the perfect spot to catch some sun in the summer months.

Setti Fatma

  • City and village
A one hour drive from Marrakech, Setti Fatma is a charming village situated along the river, shaded by trees. There are many restaurants where lunch can be enjoyed by the waterfront.

Place des 7 saints

  • Square and district
The Place of seven saints in Bab Doukkala honors the seven owners of Marrakech, all buried in the city, who are important in the history and culture of the city. 7 rounds, accented with an olive tree, were built in 2005.

Oukaïmeden

  • Natural site
  • Skiig
Less than 80 kilometers from Marrakech, the main ski resort Oukaimeden peaks at about 3200 meters. The resort is renowned for the quality of equipment and snow that falls from November to April. Some tracks on one side of the mountain, have 3 lifts ...

Cascades d'Ouzoud

  • Natural site
200km from Marrakech sits Ouzoud, natural reserve where you can see birds and monkeys and waterfalls from a height of around 110 meters, situated in the Middle Atlas, it is ideal in the summer months.