Explore the wonderful gardens of Marrakech and learn about their features and history with our expert guide. You will be picked up from you hotel and then start an amazing journey through some of the most beautiful gardens of Marrakech located in the heart of the city.
The first stop will be the Agdal Gardens where you will stroll through these fragrant alleys with a rich heritage and unmatched beauty. Established in the 12th century by the Sultan Abd al-Mu'min of the Almohad Caliphate, the botanical garden is sometimes referred to as the "Islamic Versailles."On a clear day in winter, the view of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains is spectacular.
You will then reach the smaller Menara Gardens developed around 1156-57 as part of an ambitious program of city improvements by Abd al-Mu'min. Join the locals who come to enjoy the cooling waters of the expansive irrigation tank, or to take a picnic in the shade of the olive groves. Together with the Menara Gardens, the Agdal Gardens were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.
Discover the famous and amazing Majorelle Garden (Le Jardin de Majorelle), known for its cobalt-blue features and series of mini landscapes that take you on a sensory journey. Considered the masterpiece of the painter, plant collector and scholarly enthusiast, Jacques Majorelle, the garden opened to the public in 1947 and was bought by the French couturier Yves Saint Laurent.
The last stop will be the Koutoubia Gardens where you can get a wonderful view of the Koutoubia Mosque the most visited monument in Morocco. Enter the garden through the main gate, and cast your eyes across a large fountain and wide path that leads towards the superb minaret. A perfect place to finish your visit.