Located a few kilometres from Marrakech, the Menara is the most important olive grove in the city, spanning over one hundred hectares.
In the centre of this garden is a lake that collects water from the mountains to irrigate crops.
Next to this water point built in the 12th century stands a square-shaped Saadian palace with a triangular roof, an old romantic residence of the sultans during the 19th century.
The place is ideal for walks. Cut off from the city and its hustle and bustle, visitors enjoy coming to relax in this extensive green space.
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