Napa Valley and Sonoma
Known for its abundance of wineries and scenic vineyards, the communities of Napa Valley and Sonoma are replete with amazing attractions for your traveling group.
In Napa Valley alone, which stretches just 30 miles long and five miles wide, houses over 500 wineries, many of which are award-winning ventures. From the luxurious amenities and landscapes of Calistoga, including the Castello di Amorosa, to the historic community of St. Helena, Napa has something for everyone in your group. Take a wine tour, fly over Northern California is a hot air balloon at dusk, or shop luxury boutiques for a trip filled with R&R.
Sonoma wine country, situated along the Pacific coast, similarly holds over 425 wineries as well as redwood forests, mountain vistas, and close proximity to bustling San Francisco. Sonoma is more than wine, however. Here, you can sample the many historic and religious attractions including Jack London State Historic Park and Fort Ross State Historic Park among others. Spas and wellness retreats are a wonderful opportunity to recharge your batteries and inspire yourself with beauty and relaxation, though you may also do so on the many lovely beaches in the area.
If food and wine are what you seek, look no further than the rolling hills and fertile valleys of Sonoma and Napa. In the either region, you'll encounter delicious Michelin ranked restaurants, fabulous food and wine tours, and even the notable wine trains which zigzag the scenic California landscape as you enjoy a variety of food and drink.