The Majorelle Garden is a one-hectare botanical garden and artist's landscape garden in Marrakech, Morocco. Wherever you look in the Jardin Majorelle, you gaze at a work of art. The organic lines and muted colours of succulents and cacti clash with unexpected grace against the bright blues and yellows of the Art Deco buildings in this gorgeously designed garden. Originally created by French painter Jacques Majorelle, fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Bergé bought the garden in the 1980s to save it from being bulldozed. Next door, you’ll find the Yves Saint Laurent Museum, where you can explore his career through drawings, photographs and garments, as well as the Berber Museum, which showcases arts and crafts from Morocco’s Amazigh people.