|Elevation||1,018 m (3,340 ft)|
|• Total||17 952|
Goulmima (arabisation of the amazigh word Igelmimen (the lakes), in arabic : كلميمة) is a berber city in Morocco situated in the province of Errachidia, in the region of Meknès-Tafilalet. An agricultural oasis, it is fed by the Wadi Gheri, from the central High Atlas mountains. Like other settlements in Tafilalet, it was built as a fortified village ksar. One of the most important ones, Ighrem n'Igoulmimen (Ksar Goulmima), is in the process of restoration. Not just a historical location, several hundred people still live in the ksar.
Udayn n Acur
Also known as Udayen n Σacur, Udayn n Âachour  meaning (the Jews of Ashoura), it is a festival taking place in Tizi-n-Imnayen in Goulmima. The carnival is rooted in old judeo-berber traditions, and is now celebrated by the Muslims of the area, since the Jews had left long ago. The youths dress up in masks and parade around, often shouting slogans against the government and calling for berber rights.
- (French) Ksour du Gheris
- (French) goulmima.com
- (French) Arraw n'Ghriss
- (French) Goulmimalive
- (French) goulmima.skyrock.com
- (French) Goulmima on World Gazetter, by Stefan Helders