Jnan Sbil, Fes

Currently Open
  • Address: Avenue Moulay Hassan, Fes, Morocco
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Garden, Walking Area, Family And Kids
  • Map

About Jnan Sbil, Fes

Fes is not just about crowded old markets and houses. Just outside the walled city is the garden of Jardin jnan Sbil. Spread over an area of 8 hectares, the garden resembles a calm, peaceful oasis in the middle of the desert. Just off the busy streets of main town Fes, you can experience complete peace and tranquillity in this lush garden. it is developed in the Andalusian tradition that gave rise to flourishing gardens despite the threatening heat. Therefore, the Jardin Jnan Sbil is cool even in the hottest parts of the day. Some of the trees in this garden have been imported from China and India. You can spend an entire day sightseeing in the busy medina and come here in the evening to relax.

Jnan Sbil Information

  • The garden may be crowded in the evening. Plan your visit accordingly.

How To reach Jnan Sbil by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Bab Lahdid, Bab Jyaf, Batha
  • By Taxi: You can hire a taxi to get here.

Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Fes before you plan your trip.

Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Fes and book an accommodation of your choice.

TripHobo Highlights for Jnan Sbil

Need more info?

Jnan Sbil, Fes Reviews

user-pics
Google+
  • Very nice garden, where you can leave the busy streets of Fez behind you and just relax a bit. There are many possibilities to sit down and just watch the birds and listen to their sound. There are some fountains and a small river with small romantic bridges and a watermill. You find also a toilet in the park which is useable, there is somebody who is taking care of the facilities.

  • Calm green areas. Good for preparing homework

  • Great place to get some refreshing air

  • Very Beautiful, clean, and quite garden near the entrance of the old Medina of Fez, it's a recommended garden for visitors of the old Medina of Fez, especially after a long visit of the ruins and narrow streets. Whoow is the First word pronounced from my friends when they saw it. Fascinating, by the way it's known in the map by the UNESCO garden too.

  • The best and oldest gardan in fes city

Read all reviews

All Questions

jnan sbil
    Simply click on Ask a Question to add question