Previously serves as the entrance to Medina, the ten entry standing between the walls are titled with Arabic name “Bab” in a very appealing way. Most of these doors have motivational values to other towns within the kingdom. And some of them are as follows;
- Bab Agnou – this means the “door of the horn-less rams.” It was named after the two towers that support it. Initially, it was erected with Gueliz stone which has a gray-blue hue, but currently, it is red in appearance due to the influence of the wind splashing sand from the desert. Bab Agnou is the main door into the Kasbah.
- Bab Er-Robb – it is known as the Grape juice and has an ocher red appearance. It serves as the path for the management of alcoholic beverages.
- Bab El-khemis – it has a design similar to those found in Andalusia and serves as an entrance to the bazaar that takes place on Thursday which the name implies.
- Bab Aylen – the unique angle of this door makes it outstanding and holds the title of the people of Berber. Almoravids are believed to have constructed this entrance.
- Bab El-Jdid – this is the most traffic-laden gate in Medina as it is erected between the famous palace of Mamounia and the street of Hivernage.
- Bab Doukkala – this door, in particular, is fascinating as it rests against two square-shaped towers beside the bus park. It is the main entrance into the northern side of Medina.
- Bab Debbagh – it leads to the tannery district. The door is made with five circled elbows and dates since the period of the Almoravid.