Symbol of the ocher city, the ramparts, whose construction began in 1126 at the initiative of the ruler Ali Ben Youssef, today surround the ancient city: the medina. Their construction will extend over several decades until the mud wall of clay and lime reaches more than 10 km. It will be punctuated by 202 square towers and breakthrough 10 prestigious doors allowing access to the city. Crowned with a walkway, 8's high wall at 10 meters served as protection against enemy attacks. It is proposed to you to discover the ramparts a carriage ride which lasts 4 hours, including some small displacements on foot. The itinerary begins at Liberty Square, west of the medina.