Welcome to Kelaâ M’gouna
Although it takes its name from the nearby M’Goun mountain, the small town of Kelaâ M’Gouna is famous for roses and daggers. Some 50km from Skoura, pink roses start peeking through dense roadside hedgerows, and you can’t miss the bottles of local rosewater for sale in town. During the May rose harvest you’ll see rose garlands everywhere, especially during the town’s signature rose festival (first weekend of May). At the Wednesday souq, you can load up on dried edible roses.
There's an ATM, pharmacies and internet cafes at Kelaâ’s downtown crossroads.