Here, time slows to the pace of a walk or a bicycle ride
From a dense forest of palms to the riverbed or the doors of the small local museum, a traditional terracotta building which showcases the traditions and customs of the Draa Valley peoples.
Further on, ksars and kasbahs illustrate the full richness of the valley’s history, architecture, art and handicrafts, culminating in the maze of streets that make up the Jewish kasbah of Amazrou…
Twenty kilometres or so from Zagora, enthusiasts can discover the magnificent green pottery for which the region is so famous. Nearby, the Quranic library proudly displays works penned with inks made from walnut, saffron, henna or fine gold on gazelle-skin parchment, the oldest of which date back to the thirteenth century, and is one attraction not to be missed in the region.
Then there’s the souk in Zagora, which affords an opportunity to fully experience this desert village, whose local residents are always delighted to share its treasures.