A walk that begins with the Mechouar, this main courtyard near each Royal Palace, which was used to render justice or for large public hearings. You will see the gardens of Agdal, as vast as the medina itself, then the gardens of Menara, built under the Almohad dynasty. At the heart of this vast garden planted with olive trees, a large irrigation basin borders a very photogenic pavilion. The legend says that the Sultan was throwing his mistress of the night from the balcony … The route continues via the bucolic gardens of Koutoubia, ending at the Jardin de Majorelle. Created by the French painter Jacques Majorelle then property of Yves Saint-Laurent, the garden has since been fully rehabilitated but its soul has been preserved: Bougainvillea, cypress, coconut trees, palm cacti, papyrus, create an amazing floral decoration. For one of the most beautiful urban gardens in the world!
The most beautiful urban gardens in the world!