Calistoga, Napa Valley



A rustic-yet-refined retreat surrounded by hundreds of acres of vineyards

Located at the northernmost tip of the Napa Valley, Calistoga offers an easygoing, relaxed vibe.

The town’s mineral-rich waters and natural geothermal hot spring pools make it home to a number of spas, where visitors can soak it all in. Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga’s main drag, is lined with shops, tasting rooms, and eateries.

Known for

Spas and resorts from casual to chic, mud baths, geothermal hot spring pools, warm-climate high-elevation vineyards and wineries


Classic, easygoing, outdoorsy




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Once you get to Calistoga

Relax with a thermal water mud bath at Indian Springs Spa, then keep the chill vibes going with an alfresco lunch at Solbar. Ready for wine? Book a tasting at the 1882 Chateau Montelena, in a stone castle at the base of St. Helena mountain. Where to stay? The five-room Francis House was built in 1886 in French Second Empire architecture (Architectural Digest named it one of the world’s 15 best-designed hotels).