Napa Valley is an American wine region, surrounded by the Mayacamian mountain ranges to the west and north, with a total area of more than 91,167 hectares and more than 17,000 hectares of planted area.
This is an area known for producing the most prestigious wines, where you can taste some of Napa Valley’s finest wines, symbol and heritage in these magnificent restaurants.
This region has a wide choice of accommodation with more than a hundred establishments; it also has some spas considered the best in the country, an important collection of artistic works, but also a magnificent landscape and an environment that enjoys a warm climate, ideal for its grape fields.
More than 4 million visitors come to be charmed by the magnificent landscape of this region, but also to taste the wines and enjoy the art of living in the region, which makes the region the second largest destination in California after the “Disneyland” theme park.
This place is rich in art and artists. The Napa Valley is home to public and private art exhibitions, museums, wine art facilities, galleries and open studios.
There are several excellent resources to explore local history, including the Napa Valley Museum in Yountville, the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum in St Helena and the Sharpsteen Museum in Calistoga.
For those who wish to practice air sports and also for thrill-seekers, there are several local tourism agencies that offer hot air balloon flights, parachute jumps and a variety of air sports for everyone.
For wine lovers, you will find world-class wine tastings in the Napa Valley. It is recommended that you take either private or group guided tours, which allows travelers to make the most of the Napa Valley’s wine routes.