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Menara Gardens and Pavilion

Avenue de la Menara, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
+212 5244-26887
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  • Excellent9%
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2 weeks ago
“Nothing really thrilling”
4 weeks ago
Avenue de la Menara, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
+212 5244-26887
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Reviewed February 27, 2015

I walked all the way from Jemaa el Fna, (its a long walk - about 40 minutes), however i enjoy walking and it was a beautifuly warm February afternoon. AS i arrived the attendant was clearing the area of visitors stating that it was closed....More

1  Thank John S
Reviewed February 18, 2015

upon arriving at menara gardens after an exhausting walk from the kenzi farah hotel I was dismayed to find a large dirty pool of water surrounded by a dilapidated stadium which had rickety seats and was clearly constructed by cowboy builders. As such I would...More

2  Thank Yvette W
Reviewed February 13, 2015

We walked from El Fna to the gardens but besides the pool there is nothing much to see. The snow tiped mountains make for a nice picture by the pool. But no flowers or anything to be found. And it's quite a long walk, make...More

2  Thank kbisok
Reviewed February 12, 2015

Ok so this is obviously a large concreted area for locals to walk, chat and generally promenade. Must be a real bonus for people walking around an open space after the madness of the Medina. I would much rather have had another trek around the...More

3  Thank pollypearl
Reviewed February 7, 2015

So disappointed by these "gardens" which consisted of rows of olive trees, and how the pool reflects the mountains is a mystery given the water was muddy brown on a nice sunny day with lots of bread floating in it and not a duck or...More

1  Thank Fundraiserfi
Reviewed February 4, 2015 via mobile

This place was buzzing with local families coming here to stroll or enjoy a picnic. The place is just a large garden with a huge bassin in the middle. There's nothing special to see, but a great place to sit and relax, just like the...More

Thank Wouter A
Reviewed February 1, 2015

Very out of the way, not much to see (basically field of olive trees in dirt fields plus a big square pond and a small charmless building. Give it a miss unless you have loads of time and literally nothing to do.

2  Thank sydney_chick
Reviewed January 31, 2015

It's a place where the locals go and picnic under the olive trees (and leave all their rubbish!) and wander around. It's a hang out for the young to play music and enjoy themselves and for that reason it was an experience and it is...More

Thank Carla C
Reviewed January 22, 2015

Great view on pool, pavilion,palms and the Atlas mountains covered by snow. Out of traffic jam , sellers and river of tourists. Need only some chill out spots and could be perfect!

1  Thank ozzy255
Reviewed January 17, 2015

We visited the Menara Gardens on an excursion which also visited the Majorelle Garden. The Menara Gardens are quite dirty and not very well maintained. If you'd like to visit and see the building, you only need about 5 minutes there to take some photos...More

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