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The Ménara garden is famous for it’s photograph of the water bassin with the pavillon. And that is really the only intresting thing to do there. The garden itself is an olive tree orchard. It is not suited for a walk. You need to take...More
First point - don't walk from centre, it is about an hour but there are new developments in the way so easy to get lost. Grap a petit taxi, or carriage.
The gardens are a bit scrubby, rows of olive & citrus, not grassed.
If you try to go there and take the iconic photo symbolizes of Marrakesh you will be disappointed. Its almost impossible to take this photo of man made lake with Menara pavilion and Atlas mountains behind it, not talking about snow on it. Probably only...More
Water and Minaret ....a lot of olive trees around more like a olive forest ...and big water reservoir with big fish ...(fishing not allowed ) ....it got pretty old history in it ....take picture of the water with the minaret and wait for a plane...More
Is beautiful to stay there and relax for minutes, i like the area around full of threes and the water as well. I sow the alpes Mountain but my camera couldn't take a nice shoot of it, but i love the place and it was...More
If you come to this place you will basically see a big artificial pool, and the olive trees around are not something you will find attractive to stroll. So, really not a lot and not worth the time if you are in a hurry. I...More
Quiet and peaceful gardens with small artificial lake surrounded by an orchard of olive trees. Small pavilion to be visited too.Entrance to the gardens is free, for the pavilion there is a small fee. Snowy Atlas Mountains can be seen sometimes creating an iconic picture...More
Menara gardens are not one of best gardens to see in Marrackesh. The gardens mainly consisted of an orchard of olive trees and a large man made pool.
The pavillion within the gardens were interesting and had a small garden surrounding it, but not worth...More