Lawrence of Arabia
Skoura is known for its large vegetation and its two natural sources of water. The seasonal rivers feed the vegetation in Skoura and award its people with fresh produce. However, fresh veggies aren’t the only reason tourists visit Skoura. Its 17th-century Amerhidl Kasbah boasts its impressive carvings. So impressive, in fact, it is immortalized on the Moroccan 50DH banknote.
Although not immortalized on any sort of note, another Kasbah in Skoura attracts an overwhelming amount of visitors each year - the Dar Ait Sidi El-Maati. Another Kasbah that’s a feast for the eyes. The Kasbah resembles eastern castles and the beautiful palm trees that surround them give the location a greener, natural atmosphere.