The small Oasis of Amazraou, about 5,000 inhabitants, Its visit is very interesting, with first of all the kasbah of the Jews (mellah) which stands out as a particularly impressive monument. The narrow streets and underground galleries accentuate the height of the ramparts and walls. In this maze, you will meet donkeys in semi-liberty as well as children who, running in all directions, make their cries and laughter resound.
At 600 m from there, you will take great pleasure to walk between the palm trees and the dunes of the palm grove that runs along the banks of the Drâa river.
The last Jews left Amazraou in 1958, and the village is now mainly inhabited by the Draoui, nomads from Sudan who gave their name to the Draa Valley.
They cultivated date palms according to a centuries-old system, the hamas. They kept one-fifth of the harvest for themselves, the owners recovered three-fifths, and the remaining one-fifth was distributed to the poor.