In the village of Misfah Al Abreyeen, the Thousand and One Nights are at your fingertips. Imagine flowery alleyways, bird songs, the beauty of multicolored doors, and the joyful laughter of water flowing from terrace to terrace through an ingenious irrigation network (falajs). The water’s pathway is the work of man, who decides its distribution. It is said that many warriors become gardeners. And so Misfah Al Abreyeen became a cornucopia.
And what an orchard! Pomegranates, peaches, figs, and apricots growing abundantly in the midst of the mountain aridity, with marvelous palm trees as far as the eye can see, their branches heavy with the weight of dates.
One cannot forget the words of Amin Maalouf :
“A bite of date not only contains flesh that nourishes your body, but the sweetness, scent and color that nourish your spirit”
Extract from “Les Jardins de Lumière”
‘Jardins de Misfah’ is an olfactory pause, a moment suspended in time, a harmony of scents where the fresh whisper of flower petals fuses with an accord of creamy dates, honey and sweet water.
Embodying the essence of feminine sensuality, ‘Jardins de Misfah’ is a soft touch of the skin, a sweet kiss on the neck.