Set within ochre-coloured ramparts, Marrakech was the capital of the Moorish empire. "Koutoubia Mosque" 800 years of the city's history which minarets cannot be missed from any point of the horizon, will be the beginning of our sightseeing.
"Saadian Tumbs" arranged as two separate mausoleums and the tumb of the Saadian Sultan: Moulay Ahmed El Mansour.
"Bahia Palace", built at the end of the 19th century to the requirements of the son of the Grand Vizier, the large palace reflects Andalusian influences and open up on flowering gardens, with jasmine, orange and cypress trees.
In the "Menara Gardens", we see the small Saadian pavillon used for romantic intelludes, and we end our sightseeing with a visit to the botanical "Majorelle Gardens"privately owned by Yves Saint Laurent.