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...

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.

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.

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...

Parc de Sculptures Al Maaden

  • Park and garden
Sculpture park Al Maadan was created by Moroccan and international artists and is a place where exhibitions of the latest work of artists are displayed.

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...

Bab Aghmat

  • Square and district
Bab Aghmat is named after the ancient capital of Haouz, before the founding of Marrakech. It leads on the road to Ouarzazate, there is the potters' souk and large taxis towards Aït Ourir.

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.

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 ...

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...

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.

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.

Tamansourt

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

Musée Boucharouite

  • Museum
Located in the heart of a charming riad, Musée Boucharouite is a gorgeous museum, dedicated to traditional relics and articles from the Moroccan culture...

Parc El Harti

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

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.

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 ...

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.

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.

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 ...

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.

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.

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.

Musée Douiria du Derb El Hammam

  • Monument
  • Museum
Located in the heart of the beautiful Medina in the gorgeous city of Marrakech specifically in Mouassine district, this amazing museum can be visited for the low price of 30 Dhs.

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.

Flower Market

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

Mellah Market

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

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.