Found a few kilometers from Marrakech, the Menara is the most important olive grove in the city, extending over one hundred hectares.
In the center of this garden is a lake that accumulates water from the hills to water plants.
Beside this water point, constructed in the 12th century, stands a square-shaped Saadian palace with a triangular roof, an old and charming house of the sultans throughout the 19th century.
The place is suitable for strolls. Cut off from the city as well as its pressure, site visitors enjoy unwinding in this comprehensive green space.