Called “The door of the desert ” is obliged to go into the deep south stage.
The famous poster ” 52 days to Timbuktu Camel ” is found in this location at the end of the main street where most stores ( Souq Wednesday and Sunday ) meet.
-AMAZRAOU (1,5 KM)
Magnificent gardens and terraces full of greenery next to the first dunes of the desert. The kasbah called Jews reminds an important Jewish community that started the tradition of jewelry and silverware .
-DJEBEL ZAGORA (5 km)
Wonderful view over the river, the palm and the desert, dominated the stone away from the Djebel Saghro silhouette . On its slopes remain the ruins of the wall of the eleventh century Almoravid fortress .
-TAMGROUT (18 km)
It owes its celebrity to significant Zaouia exerted its influence over the valleys of the Draa , Dades , the Sous and even the Anti -Atlas . This brotherhood has an important library, founded in the seventeenth century by Mohammed Abou Abdallah Bou Naceur and endowed with works from all Arab countries . Among the more than 4,000 manuscripts preserved highlights illuminated Korans , one of which dates from the eleventh century.
Also worth visiting the potteries outdoors, at the foot of the wall .