The MAJORELLE Garden, Marrakech
Bought by Yves St. Laurent and Pierre Berge in 1980, the garden was originally designed by French artist, Jacques Majorelle in the 1920's and 1930's. Just moments away from the noisy, colour-rich Medina that is filled with the aroma of exotic spices, lies a secluded 12 acre garden hidden behind tall earthen walls. Scattered with sweetly fragranced plants, tranquil ponds, babbling fountains and winding walkways, the garden is a calm oasis in the midst of the hustle and bustle which is Marrakech. Under a magnificent blue sky whilst sipping on refreshing tea, the birds sing in the shady trees contentedly, and the heady fragrances that waft through the cool air make a delicate call to the senses.
'SUNRISE' is blended to reflect the nature of the Ochre City in Morocco. If you've never been there, we highly recommend it for your bucket list!