Rabat is known for the size and quality of its green spaces.

Aside from the gardens at the ancient Chellah necropolis and the Andalous Garden at the Kasbah of the Oudaïas, Jean Nicolas Forestier, a renowned landscape architect who worked with the Prost city planning team, designed the Triangle de Vue Park, the Belvédère and the Jardin d’Essai also known as the Botanical Garden

These green spaces provide a wonderful opportunity for relaxation in the heart of the city.

For joggers or Sunday strollers, Rabat prides itself on a delightful eucalyptus forest in the Souissi neighborhood, the Ibn Sina Park, which offers three courses each with a different level of endurance (800, 1500 and3000 meters).