Approachable, Casual, Grounded
- Affordable branded hotels
- Easy access to San Francisco
- Business corridor surrounded by landscapes
- Nature preserves, wetlands and waterways
From the must-see to must-do, intimate winery and tasting room visits to unforgettable meals, stylish hotels to charming B&Bs, the Napa Valley is a perfect getaway. Sprinkled in between our vineyard-covered hillsides are five charming towns with entertaining and delicious ways to fill busy days in wine country.
Up-and-coming American Canyon's business corridor is surrounded by landscapes marked with rolling hills, nature preserves, wetlands, and waterways.
The town of Napa has a river flowing through the middle of downtown, where locally-driven restaurants, stylish boutiques, and whimsical works of public art are part of the appeal.
Michelin stars have a magnetic attraction to Yountville, while upscale shops and wine-tasting rooms beckon visitors to wile away the afternoon.
The valley’s historic side is on full display in St. Helena, a picturesque town with deep roots. Several of the valley’s pioneering wineries call this town home.
Calistoga, the valley’s northernmost city, is renowned for its rejuvenating hot springs and mud baths where spa offerings range from high-end to no-frills.
Oakville, Rutherford and Angwin are wine-growing areas with iconic and boutique wineries, while Lake Berryessa offers outdoor adventure and relaxation.