Majorelle Gardens belong to Yves St. Laurent but the gardens are open to the public and are very accessible. The sight is level and is suitable for wheelchair users. It is not a large site but it has a small museum – access limited for those people with mobility problems.
The garden is loaded with succulents in all shapes and sizes and they share the space with wonderfully scented roses – rambling in fragrant displays. There are shady trees just where you need them with.seating artfully placed beneath, and running through and hanging down from the trees is the beautifully exotic bougainvillea.
In among the succulents there are ponds and waterfalls. The ponds are well stocked with fish and the sounds of the running water from the fountains, birdsong and the buzzing of contented bees is very relaxing.
The designer of this garden has appealed to our senses of smell, sound colour, touch and sight. It is near to Marrakesh and worth a visit, There is a small gift shop inside the museum and i believe you can get an ice cream or drink. There is also a wc nearby.