The region of Ouarzazate and avoisinnants villages are full of a number
of historical monuments that reflect the scarcity of a certain period during
the reign of Idriss I (Adarissa 788-974) to the French colonial period.
If you are looking for authenticity this area is ideal to visit freely Berber villages or the surrounding mountains.
The palm and a thousand Kasbahs...
The palm is the place most of the area irrigated by a network of small
streams called "seguia", is home to countless cultures that not
only a piece of land is lost!
Under the shelter of palm fruit trees : date palm, apple, almond, walnut, pomegranate, fig ...
And the first of these trees are grown : wheat, corn and alfalfa, depending on the season.
The walks can be done on foot or by donkey. The paths pass between these plots in the shade of palm trees.
Finally, beautiful adobe kasbahs along the way and despite the abandonment of some of them, still visible remnants of a past still very close to giving an undeniable charm to the picturesque scene.
Visit to the Souk
Change of scenery in the middle of the ABORIGINAL black bags loaded with essential ingredients to tagines and couscous are the main dishes in Morocco. Their overflowing shopping bags as mint, cilantro, spices, etc.. You will discover spicy scents as you walk through the souk, where the Berbers come to sell their crops or supplies for the week.