After the hustle and bustle of the medina in Marrakech, the Jardin Majorelle was a calm oasis of tranquility. The gardens were originally created by the artist Jacques Majorelle and later restored by the late, great Yves Saint Laurent. The vibrant colors, verdant shade and languid pools of water made this one of the most restful places I visited in Morocco.
I guess I can let the pictures speak for themselves though.
Entry to the Jardin Majorelle is expensive by Moroccan standards at 70 dirhams (approximately 7 euro) but it is so worth it. The restaurant is also not cheap but the food was delicious – I recommend the straw fries.