Enjoy Napa Valley's 5 distinct towns and 4 regions where you can dine, shop, sip and stay
Napa Valley is hundreds of wonderful wineries, dozens of exceptional eateries, heavenly hotels, miles upon miles of terrific trails, and home to some of the best cycling anywhere in the world. Above all else, my favorite thing about the Napa Valley are the people — farmers, makers, mothers, fathers, artists, chefs, vintners, and more.
Learn more about the 16 distinct wine-producing regions within Napa Valley that have distinct microclimates and terrain, influencing the grapes grown here
The journey to Napa Valley is easier
and more convenient than you might think
With hundreds of wineries and miles of the valley to explore, we want you to know there's no wrong way to enjoy Napa Valley
What are the best Napa Valley wineries to visit?
There are more than 400 wineries open for tastings and 90 urban tasting rooms in Napa Valley — so which one is right for you? Let us help you decide which picturesque winery is your jam. Napa Valley has a wine experience for everyone who visits.
What is there to do in Napa besides wine tasting?
- Play a game of outdoor bocce ball.
- Fly above the valley floor in a hot air balloon.
- Dine by rail on the Napa Valley Wine Train.
- Enjoy a downtown Napa walking tour.
- Explore di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art.
Where is Napa Valley?
Napa Valley wine country is located in Northern California, 50 miles northeast of San Francisco, which makes it a short drive from several airports in the San Francisco Bay Area. Napa Valley is one of the world's famous wine regions, with stunning landscapes and exceptional wines.
What is there to do at Lake Berryessa?
- Boating and paddle sports
- Hiking and picnicking