The palm grove of Skoura extends over 25 km². Countless date palms and lush gardens of olive, almond and pomegranate trees cover this area. It is an impressive abundance of vegetation typical of southern oases.
In the middle of the palm grove, marvellous earthen fortresses still retain their former beauty. Each one has its own history that recalls the way of life of the local community. The most famous of these is the Amridil kasbah built in the 17th century. Others are also of great importance such as the Ait Aabbou kasbah, Ben Moro …
Skoura represents a crossroads of cohabitation between the Amazigh, the Arabs and the Jews. The latter have left traces of their life as shown by certain architectural motifs on the facades of the kasbahs, the crafts, the cemetery, the places of worship, the rites.
All these assets make Skoura a very dynamic tourist destination. It is home to many inns and guest houses.