An easy walk through Le JardinMajorelle gardens will help you free your tension and stress. These gardens were planned by French artist Jacques Majorelle in the year 1920. However, it is at present looked by Yves Saint Laurent. It has a good-looking cobalt blue villa that is bounded by cool cacti, bamboo trees in addition to banana trees. The garden covers almost two and a half acre. Assortments of exotic, cacti, trees and plants are landscaped to highlight each one’s unique attribute. The paths enable you to view how the architectural technique of the villa-studio has been currently altered into a museum, showcasing lively shades of “Majorelle blue”. The streams, pools, and fountains generate a serene haven. The subtle noise of trickling water goes with the song of the Bulbul and other countless varieties of birds makes up for a beautiful ambience: house sparrows, blackbirds, robins, great tits, blue tits, gray wagtails, warblers, and turtledoves.