‘Puerta del Jueves’ (Thursday’s Door) is named after the 12th century camel market that used to be held on Thursdays in the surroundings. It is located in the north wall and it is one of the most important walls in the city. The souk that carries the same name is very popular and it was created for selling second-hand products, antiques, and crafting; a special place worth visiting.
This room originally belonged to the Harem of the house. It is located on the first floor and it has a private entrance. The moucharabieh and lattices open facing the central patio. They would allow the women of the house to look outside without being seen while they enjoyed drinking their tea. The bathroom, coated in traditional Moroccan tadelakt, has a shower.