Recent Examples of medina from the Web
Breakfast is served on the terrace, which faces the medina’s rooftops and the Strait of Gibraltar.
Shopping in the MedinaSet aside at least a day to explore the stalls of new and antique wares in the medina.
Their previous houses in Marrakech—the first improbably located inside a mosque in the medina, the second a small bungalow in Gueliz—were done in black and white and quieter shades.
And while the resort’s additional niceties (Turkish-style hammams, relaxing lounges, a two-story library, scrumptious eateries) leave little reason to leave its grounds, a shuttle service will happily take you out to the medina to explore the souks.
A short drive away is Tétouan, one of the most picturesque, and least known, towns in Morocco, with white houses spilling down a hillside and a UNESCO World Heritage Site medina.
Outside the medina, Hotel Sahrai is spacious and has a Givenchy Spa.
Twenty minutes beyond the plissé mud walls and souks of Marrakesh’s ancient medina, miles past the 1920s-era Guéliz neighborhood and its new Yves Saint Laurent museum, lies a vast no-man’s land of telephone towers and dust.
The chastened director and his leading lady, who was also his wife, escaped to Delon’s holiday home in Morocco, tucked away in the medina of Marrakech.
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Origin and Etymology of medina
First Known Use: 1906See Words from the same year
Definition of Medina
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