Explore Napa Valley

Napa Valley is the ultimate wine country, with over 500 wineries dotting the picturesque valley. Just 30 miles long and 5 miles wide, Napa Valley has the perfect climate, soil, and topography to harvest legendary Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon wines. Beyond wine, Napa Valley is a transformative utopia with gourmet dining, deluxe lodging, and modern culture. Welcome to wine country paradise!

Towns of Napa Valley

Each town in Napa Valley has its own unique charm. In southern Napa Valley, American Canyon is an affordable base for your wine country vacation; think family friendly hotels and activities. Just 15 minutes north lies the town of Napa . Stay at the chic and trendy White House Inn, a boutique hotel featuring contemporary decor and stylish details. From there, walk to the lively downtown area with dozens of wine bars and a thriving restaurant scene.

Located in the heart of Napa Valley, sits the town of Yountville boasting the 3 star Michelin rated restaurant The French Laundry and scores of luxury resorts and hotels. Head to Cabernet country in Oakville & Rutherford where the legendary Robert Mondavi Winery presides.

Cruise up valley to St. Helena where big experiences with the charm of a small town abound. Stroll Main Street and shop stylish clothing boutiques, jewelry stores, and unique art galleries. If it’s relaxation you’re looking for, head to the spas in Calistoga for the soothing mineral pools and healing mud baths that people have been flocking to for over 100 years.

Calistoga

Tucked against the northern end of Napa Valley and surrounded by native oak trees and hillside vineyards, Calistoga is the perfect setting for internationally famous spas.

St. Helena

St. Helena has been star of the Napa Valley since the railroad arrived in 1868 and winemaking here began in earnest.

Yountville

If hedonistic pleasure is your goal, look no further than Yountville which boasts more Michelin stars per capita than anywhere else in North America.

Oakville & Rutherford

Oakville and Rutherford are Napa Valley’s two smallest towns - blink as you drive by on Highway 29 and you’ll miss them - but don’t discount them. Some of the best wine in Napa Valley is made in the Oakville and Rutherford AVAs.

Napa

Napa used to be just the launch pad to the rest of Napa Valley, but this small city is now a destination in its own right and just an hour north of San Francisco and an hour south of Sacramento.

American Canyon

American Canyon is the gateway to the south end of Napa Valley and makes a great base for exploring the southern regions of Napa Valley like Carneros and Coombsville.