Zraoua is one of the Berber villages-built hundreds of years ago. The village was built by its founding inhabitants on a high plateau in the Matmata Mountains, not far from the two Berber villages of Taoujout and Tamazerat. The old settlement includes multistory houses with walls made of local stone and plaster, while using palm branches and tree trunks.

The village has attracted the attention of many directors and    producers of cinema and is a favorite place for them to shoot scenes from several films, including «The Virgin Mary» and «The Black Thirst».

The visitor can circulate and move in the recesses of old Zraoua, through narrow tracks from which it is possible to reach the houses composed mostly of several rooms.

Zraoua is one of the Berber villages-built hundreds of years ago. The village was built by its founding inhabitants on a high plateau in the Matmata Mountains, not far from the two Berber villages of Taoujout and Tamazerat. The old settlement includes multistory houses with walls made of local stone and plaster, while using palm branches and tree trunks.

The village has attracted the attention of many directors and    producers of cinema and is a favorite place for them to shoot scenes from several films, including «The Virgin Mary» and «The Black Thirst».