The Grand Vizier ordered the erection of this palace, which consists of no less than 160 rooms, for one of his official concubines, which explains the name of Bahia Palace, which means "Palace of Beauty." The property consists of a series of luxury apartments and patios. The magnificence and elegance of the interior gardens are unmatched, and the ornaments and decorations are simply sublime. In addition, the property is surrounded by a wonderful garden of 8 hectares. The beauty of the Bahia Palace is an outstanding example of the XIX century oriental architecture. Saadi Tombs Saadians tombs are the only remains that attest to the power and refinement of the Saadi Dynasty who ruled over southern Morocco during its golden age from 1554-1659. In the early eighteenth century, the Sultan Moulay Ismail had already decided to remove all traces of the magnificence of this dynasty to order the destruction of all remaining vestiges. But he dared to commit the sacrilege of destroying the place where they were buried and ordered that a wall was erected at the entrance to the necropolis, so that the location of the graves remained secret until 1917. The most impressive and famous mausoleum is the Hall of Twelve Columns.
This room houses the tomb of the son of Sultan Ahmad Al Mansur, whose dome cedar and delicately carved stucco. The tombs are made of white Italian marble from Carrara grayish blue. Some of the tombs are inscribed with poetic epitaphs, like that of Princess Zohra, on which you can read: "Here lies the tomb of a lady nble new moon, a wonder of virtues." Dar El-Badi Palace el-Badi, the "Incomparable Palace" was erected in 1578. .