MENARA GARDENS

Created in the middle of the 12th century by the Almohades, this garden is one of the oldest in Marrakesh and is an immense olive grove dotted with palm and cypress trees. Opposite the pavilion, where the sultan spent the summer evenings accompanied by his close relatives and musicians, the basin has become a highly-prized spot by the Marrakchis for walks and picnics.
This basin is supplied with water thanks to an age-old hydraulic system, enabling the water to be carried directly from the mountains. You will be delighted by the peacefulness of this site easily reached from Bab Jdid by the Avenue of the Menara by taxi or more romantically by caleche.

OPENING TIME

  • From 8.30h until sunset.

PRICES

  • Free entrance to the garden
  • Access to pavilion 15 dhs

MORE INFORMATION

  • Location : Airport Road
  • Access : everyday
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