More than 1 ha of land devoted to the planting of various medicinal and aromatic plants alongside wild plants, all is classified and marked by signs of definition to help visitors to discover plants and know more about it. Driss a lover of nature, herbalist by nature, his role is to cultivate and harvest medicinal and aromatic plants and to extract their healing and preventive measures.
The Amazigh Moorish Carpet is a feminine knowledge transmitted from generation to generation. This material heritage is disappearing as the young women of today can not all follow the path of their ancestors.
With more 30 year of experience in the creation of Amazigh Moorish carpets, Lala Hadda holder of the Minister diploma of tapestry crafts, she continues to preserve this traditonnal and ancestral knowledge in Espace Tamount workshop, she worked as a trainer of carpet creation within the United Nations Developement Programme 1996 – 2002, today she represent in the same time Espace Tamount in the lacal, regional, national and international events of carpet.
From November to February every year, in Bereber Oil workshop in Espace Tamount, we start to extract the Oil with the Amazigh Moorish way, this traditional method is a valid form of producing high quality olive oil.
A lot of work to do to have oil! unbelievable on this crazy modern times, by the way, you will taste the olive oil during your stay in Espace Tamount.
The woodwork workshop is managed by the greatest hand woodwoker Abdelrazzak, set of windows, doors are hand etched and painted. The one of a kind art is reflective of the Amazigh (Berber) identity of Morocco. Abderazzak will be happy to arrange for shipment of your goods and needs in wood to any where, he offer an excellente service along purchased products, to ensure that you ll receive theim at a good repair.
During your visit to Espace Tamount, you’ll meet M3llam Mohamed in his pottery workshop place, made by hand and with no pottery wheel Berber pottery is the fruit of an outstanding art. The objects (plates, vases, soup tureens, animal figurines, etc) are moulded from clay paste and dried in open air before being baked in the oven.