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We had read up on this place in our Lonely Planets book & stumbled upon it while exploring the souks,
its a real sanctuary from the hustle & bustle of the souks, we bought freshly made crepes & some handmade gifts to take home,
I strongly recommend this business that directly benefits highly capable women with disabilities. I Purchased 2 dresses, a tablecloth and napkins. All designed and embroidered with a nod to understated elegance. Excellent prices compared with what you’d pay in the USA. The ladies are charming,...More
A lovely store with great products and an amazing story behind them. An excellent break from all the hustling and negotiating on the streets, and the go-to place for nice, quality souvenirs and gifts in Marrakech. I went back for more!
The store has products with high craftsmanship - beautiful embroidered local clothes of a quality far superior than the ones available in the medina near-by. The women who make these are disabled but seek independence through their work - you will see them making these...More
I would highly recommend visiting this store in the medina. A lot of people are approaching you, haggling, selling, commenting and trying to grab your attention. This store is a welcome relief from the noise and hassle of the medina. A dozen or so women...More
I highly recommend checking out this lovely shop. It's a cooperative for physically disabled women located near Le Jardin Secret (The Secret Garden) within Marrakech's Media.
It's located down a short alley/walkway; near the alley's entrance is a mural of a woman with the words...More
It's a very small shop on the quiet edge of the souk and worth a visit. The space is lovely and the stitching the women do is beautiful. You can meet some of the ladies there in the shop - which seems more like a...More
Excellent quality bed linen, clothing and other textiles made with attention to detail. Make fantastic and unusual gifts and souvenirs. Reasonable prices. Plus paying a fair price direct to the workers.
First off, the name is now Alnour, and the address I have is Rue Lassoer 55. You will know you have the right shop as it is very small, with clothing on the left, and table linens on the right, with a couch along the...More