The expanse of palm groves to the north of the medina is dubbed the "Beverley Hills" of Marrakesh, a place of manicured golf courses, private villas hidden behind high walls, upmarket resort hotels, and luxurious secret gardens. Though there are no real tourist attractions here, the area is well worth visiting for its handful of notable restaurants and dinner-cabaret venues and the recently opened Museum of the Palmery, showcasing contemporary Moroccan art.
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Museum of the Palmery
Signposted on the Route de Fes as you head out to the Palmery, this cultural oasis is well worth a…Learn More >