The historical site was an Islamic college founded in the 14th century. The building has spectacular geometric design work, a series of intricately carved courtyards, and sleeping quarters that once housed up to 900 students at a time.
This is the the community outreach/artists' residency part of . See the library and art installations, listen to a reading, and support the local school.
A 12-acre botanical garden, the former home of Yves Saint Laurent, and a pefect place to spend an afternoon. Stroll the grounds, shop for YSL archival prints, and spend a few minutes in the beautiful little museum dedicated to traditional Berber fashion.
A mountain retreat forty miles from Marrakech in the heart of the High Atlas. Walk or ride (mules) to the foot of Jbel Toubkal, and stop for lunch on their rootop deck for a hearty tagine and views of the beautiful North African landscape.