Why choose Marrakech?
Marrakech has some of the most beautiful locations & sites in the world, which are all located within a small radius of each other, so you don't have to worry about missing a thing.
Look through our recommended locations to visit in Marrakech
Djemaa El Fna Market
is one of the most iconic settings in the world, displaying rich vibrant colours, fresh food & spectacular views.
This large square at the entry to the medina is the center of Marrakesh life. The meaning of the name amaa means "congregation" in Arabic which refers to the gathering of people in the market. During the day it is predominantly occupied by orange juice stalls, water sellers with traditional leather water-bags and brass cups, youths with chained Barbary apes and snake charmers.
As the day progresses, the entertainment on offer changes: the snake charmers depart, and late in the day the square becomes more crowded. The place fills up little by little until it becomes a carnival all of storytellers, Acrobats, musicians and artists.
The Atlas Mountains needs no introduction. With Breathtaking views spanning the whole of morocco its hard to compete.
The Atlas Mountains extend some 2,500km across northwestern Africa, spanning Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, separating the Atlantic and Mediterranean coastline from the Sahara Desert. In the winter, its snow topped peaks make a superb sight. Trails that lead to the top make it an accomplished hiking experience when reaching the top.
On the way up to the top of the mountain you can see the iconic berber villages, Ouirgane, Ourika & Imlil valleys which have some of the most exotic hotels ever seen such as Kabah Tamadot.
Built in the late 19th century, the Bahia palace is one of the masterpieces of Moroccan architecture. It represents the country’s cultural heritage and one of the main places of tourism in Morocco.
With the intention to be the greatest palace of all time, The Bahia Palace is a wonder to behold. The name translates to “brilliance” and attempts to capture the Islamic & Moroccan styled architecture. The courtyard to one of the most iconic features of the palace and is often used as a reference point for the location. On the grounds of the palace there is 2-acre garden which leads to a series of rooms and out to the main courtyards.
The Mosque is one of the most recgonisable landmarks in Morocco. The building was artitectually designed by Caliph Yaqub al-mansour and completed in the late 12th Century.
The Koutoubia Mosque is Marrakesh's most famous landmark with its striking, 70-meter-tall minaret visible for miles in every direction.
Local Marrakesh legend tells that when first built, the muezzin (man who calls the faithful to pray) for this mosque had to be blind as the minaret was so tall that it overlooked the ruler's harem. The mosque was built in 1162 and is one of the great achievements of Almohad architecture.
La Jardin Secret
is a long and rich heritage site only restored to its full glory in late 2016. The beautiful garden & rich colors make this a site not to be missed.
La Jardin Secret has a long history of ownership and disarray. The building dates back to the middle of the 16th century when the building was left in decline due to the saadian dynasty coming to an end. In 1912, al-Hajj Muhammed Loukrissi moved into the palace on the grounds of the La Jardin until 1934, the year of his death.
The property then ceased all action and was once again left to fall into a state of disrepair. It was only until 2008 that the Le Jardin commenced restoration & 2016 did it flourish into a world renound attraction that was open for the public.
With its striking high contrast colours its one of the most recognisable attractions in marrakech, and with it being open every day of the year its a must see for tourists from around the world.
The Majorelle Garden is a two and half acre botanical garden and artist's landscape garden in Marrakech. It was created by the French Orientalist artist, Jacques Majorelle over almost forty years, starting in 1923. The villa located on the grounds on the garden holds the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech, the Berber Museum and the recent addition, Musee Yves Saint Laurent.