This needs to be the most attractive yard in the city. It welcomes lovers of nature and birds of all kinds.
The beginning of this botanical garden returns to Jacques Majorelle, a famous French painter from the beginning of the 20th century.
Upon finding Marrakech, he loved Morocco, its bright colors, the Berber style, civilization, and lifestyle.
He settled in the "red city" and established his arboretum, where he expanded exotic plants amongst ponds and also made ceramic decorations.
The yard took on the color "Majorelle blue", which the musician had actually produced to reveal the depth as well as intensity of the sea.
The botanical garden is thought of by its developer as his main work, to which he dedicated his whole life.
It opened its doors to the public in 1947. The Majorelle yards were later taken over by Pierre Bergé as well as Yves Saint-Laurent, who acquired this little bit of heaven to protect it and also ensure its sustainability. The latter's ashes were scattered in the gardens after his death.
This Asian yard is a must-see to run away from the city and also to enjoy the cooing of birds and the tinkling water of its water fountains.