Once a former holiday home of Yves St Laurent, these gardens are a wonderful splash of colour with coloured terracotta pots scattered everywhere and the painted brickwork of the little waterways, contrasted by the myriad of cacti and palms in the immaculate manicured planting areas. Round a corner and you have a totally different perspective of the same view with the vivid blue of the main house and adjacent museum peeking at you from a distance. Mornings are probably the best time to wander quietly around these lovely gardens, prior to the avalanche of bus loads of tourists who seem to descend here around lunctime onwards. There is a lovely little courtyard cafe within two minutes of the main house where you can sit in the sun and have your refreshment served to you by the bustling waiters. These gardens are a must do item on your list of things to see and do in Marrakech. PS the museum is at an extra cost and is not included in your 50 Dirham entrance fee.
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