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...

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 ...

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.

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.

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 ...

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.

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...

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...

Asni

  • City and village
The Village of Asni is a rural stream in the Atlas mountains, it is the starting point for treks and hikes towards Imlil, Lake Ifni and the Toubkal mountains, the highest peak of the Atlas culminates at 4167 meters.

Cyber Parc

  • Park and garden
This centuries old park has recently undergone refurbishment and is now equipped with wireless internet connection and free internet access stations.

Tamansourt

  • City and village
Tamansourt is a new residential town recently built, ten kilometers from Marrakech on the road to Safi and El Jadida.

Bab Taghzout

  • Square and district
Bab Taghzout is now an old door in the center of the medina, the neighborhood of Sidi Bel Abbes is on the other side.

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.

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...

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.

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...

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.

Jardins de la Koutoubia

  • Park and garden
The Koutoubia Gardens is located opposite the mosque, surrounded by rose bushes and orange trees, these gardens provide a romantic setting.

Ourika Valley

  • City and village
  • Natural site
A one hour drive from Marrakech, the Ourika valley is a natural site with seven waterfalls. Amidst the lush greenery and fresh water, trekking and short walks are ideal.

Bab El Khemis

  • Square and district
Bab El Khemis is one door north of the medina, a popular bazaar is held every week.

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.