Seven reasons to get married in Marrakech

Marrakech is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, today more than ever. Its enduring charm and many attractions make it a dream city to host all your events and especially the most beautiful day of a lifetime, that of a wedding.

Here are the 7 reasons to let yourself be charmed:

1 – Its sunshine.

Bathed in sunshine all year round, the red city offers a fairly mild winter and a very enjoyable summer season. Its Mediterranean climate makes it a perfect ally to celebrate your event.

des mariés au couché du soleil de Marrakech
Of the newlyweds at sunset in Marrakech


2 – Its landscapes.

Whether at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains, at the gates of the desert, or in the lush gardens of the palm grove, Marrakech abounds in a palette of surprising and varied landscapes. This diversity allows you to depict your celebration as you wish.

mariage dans le désert d’Agafay
Wedding in the Agafay desert


3 – Its Geographical location.

Nestled in the North of Africa, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, Morocco generally benefits from a strategic geographical location; an ideal meeting point to easily gather family and friends for a wedding night of a thousand and one night.

Livre d’or, Polaroïd et carte du monde signée par les invités
Guestbook, Polaroid and world map signed by guests


4 – Its places.

Rich of its sumptuous palaces such as the Royal Palace Mansour, its palaces such as the emblematic Mamounia, its bivouacs in the desert or its charming private villas, the imperial city will know how to seduce you. Indeed, this wide range allows all future brides and grooms to find the place that corresponds to them in order to seal their love.

Shooting photo mariés dans un Palais de Marrakech
Wedding photo shoot in a Palace in Marrakech


5 – Its culture.

Historical and cultural crossroads, this oasis enjoys a bright and varied heritage. You will be able to welcome your guests to the sound of the famous Gnawa folklore, to offer them a good of the local craft industry, or to make them taste the succulent Moroccan gastronomy the time of a colorful wedding evening.

Add to this the warm Marrakech hospitality and all the ingredients will be there for a total change of scenery for you and your loved ones.

Porteur d’eau de la médina pour un cocktail folklorique
Medina water carrier for a folk cocktail


6 – Its tolerance.

Marrakech has always been known for its cohabitation between different cultures and religions. Indeed, it was home to the Muslim quarter behind the ramparts of the Medina, the Christian people in the Gueliz (derived from the Church) and the Hebrew community in the recently renovated Mellah under the high patronage of His Majesty King Mohamed VI. This tolerance is still reflected today and allows couples from all over the world to come and celebrate their union according to their customs and traditions.

Kippas pour cérémonie religieuse
Kippas for religious ceremony


7 – Its activities.

Many activities are possible for you and your guests during your stay.

They can be:

Cultural with the visit of the Majorelle gardens, Sâadiens tombs, …, or the very recent Yves Saint Laurent museum.

Sporting, during a quad ride in the Agafay desert.

Nightlife, with the many restaurants, bars and clubs of the city.

Carried on your well-being thanks to the famous traditional Hammam.

But also, events with its agenda offering throughout the year events such as the Marrakech du Rire, the biennial, the Oasis Festival, the Marrakech Grand Prix, the cop 22…


Les jardins Majorelle
Majorelle gardens


Each of its 7 reasons makes Marrakech a perfect city to design your event in your image while keeping the unconditional magic of this land.

“In Morocco, I understood that my own chromaticism was that of zelliges, zouacs, djellabas and caftans. The audacities, which have been mine ever since, I owe them to this country, to the violence of the chords, the insolence of the mixtures, the ardour of the inventions. This culture has become mine, but I didn’t just import it, I annexed it, transformed it, adapted it.”  – Yves Saint Laurent


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