Revived by fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner, Pierre Bergé, Jardin Majorelle was originally created by Orientalist Painter Jacque Majorelle. A garden of vivid MAJORELLE BLUES, yellows contrasting against exotic plants collected from around the world with pools of turtles and neon orange fish!
The best tabouleh & falafel
The curtain at the door of Chez Mariama Berbere ! Look it up on tripadvisor ! Seriously an amazing place to eat in Marrakech ! It’s right In the Medina so not a place you’ll easily find but so worth it ! So good! The food is so colourful and tasty ! Extremely friendly place!
Found this hat on the chair!
Magic Life , find your magic , magic life !
What a place to lounge, be , and chill! Le Jardin Secret is paradise ! Love this place to sit! Know someone who would love to sit here? Why not tag them below :) .
Bliss is the moment you see a turtle in the water & palm trees reflected! Not to mention bright orange fish & vivid blues aswell ! Love Jardin majorelle
SSSH! Marrakech’s best secret ! The mesmerising Marrakech magic is here at @lejardinsecret_marrakech. It lives up to and goes beyond what you imagine Marrakech to be. An oasis of calm in the chaos of the medina. The smell of herbs fills the air like incense , bird sounds echo around ! This palatial garden of paradise has recently been restored to its past splendour and has been beautifully done so, it is breath taking. I came here first thing as it opened and so pleased I did, had the place virtually to myself . Was totally in awe ! .
Feeling the Marrakech magic at sunset at Jemaa el-fna square . .
I love meandering through the labyrinth that is Marrakech medina. Nothing beats getting lost in it’s red hue, finding intricate doors , hearing the call to prayer echoing around and voices of conversations coming from who knows where! It’s amazing seeing glimpses of the vivid Moroccan blue sky above the ochre walls and wondering where you are heading . The magic of Marrakech ! Getting lost , but at some point finding out where you are ! .
Mesmerised in Marrakech medina ! The labyrinth of ochre passageways and tunnels with patches of light streaming down is something else! Love the history the walls tell, the fact that it has been standing since medieval times! There is no exact order to the layout either , organically winding here and there, surprises like this one at every turn !