OK, but nothing really impressive though it seems very important to the locals. Don't waste too much time.
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Well! This is not a garden, there are many olives tree, and a pavilion, where they say, long time ago the sultan used it for his lovers? and huge pool of water? for throwing some of them? Do not waste your time!
The Menara Gardens and Pavilion are an oasis in Marrakech, nice and paceful gardens near the citty of Marrakech
Not quite sure when, if ever, this becomes a garden. It consists of; a large olive field, a oversized concrete pool of very dirty (litter laiden) water, and two rectangles of dirt with some weeds in. The pavillion itself was an empty building. Yes there...More
Only go if you have a real passion for olive groves and muddy lakes of water. Was really disappointing and all the other tours we saw arrive there stayed a similar amount of time we did, 15 minutes tops and that was including the long...More
There are better parks and gardens in Marrakech to visit, so don't spend your precious time here. Anyhow, the kids might enjoy plenty of big fish jumping for bread pieces from muddy water.
This is a 12th century garden of old date trees and a large irrigation reservoir. Long wide path from the entrance to the water. Fun for people watching. Lots of families with small kids walking along. We were accompanied by a group of teenagers banging...More
The menara gardens are a 10 minute taxi drive outside marrakech with free entry. We went for a second time in a year the first time the views of the Atlas were spectacular...worth the visit alone.The second time the heat haze obscured everything...so you do...More
We came here on an organised trip on the "Gardens of Marrakech". Unfortunately it was a chilly and cloudy day so no view. There wasn't a lot of time here after the walk up from the coach drop off. The pavilion looked deserted so assume...More