New Mexico is one of the oldest wine producing regions in America. Spanish missionaries planted the first vines in the Rio Grande valley in southern New Mexico in the late 16th century.
Experience Santa Fe
Santa Fe has so much to offer, from its historic culture, natural beauty, and diverse landscapes, to its unparalleled galleries, shopping, and dining. Our attentive staff is always on hand to help maximize your visit to Northern New Mexico by assisting you in selecting and organizing your activities and outings. Follow the links below to see just some of the many options available in the Santa Fe area.
Clear, fresh mountain air, brilliant sunshine, spectacular mountain vistas that surround beautiful desert landscapes … this is what you’ll experience out on any of the diverse golf courses of New Mexico.
Besides the visual arts, Santa Fe also has a vibrant and diverse music scene. This coming summer there will be plenty of live music to hear with a variety of festivals and special concerts. Take a look at a few […]
If you want to visit Santa Fe and the surrounding area but want to leave the navigating to others, there are numerous tour operators eager to help.
If you are seeking outdoor sports and activities to experience the peaceful beauty of the area and breathe some of the cleanest air in the country, Santa Fe has a lot to offer.
Travel by train has been a significant part of New Mexico’s history for over 100 years. Today, some people still prefer train travel than airplanes and car trips. The railroad allowsfor travellers to relax and enjoy the diverse scenery that […]
Only 30 minutes north of Santa Fe, on the High Road to Taos, lies a small Spanish village called Chimayo. With a population of less than 3,000, Chimayo is well known for several reasons. Perhaps the villages most common claim-to-fame […]
The Santa Fe Farmer’s Market in central Santa Fe, is a bustling, high-energy market. With over 150 active vendors and hundreds of different agricultural products, this farmer’s market is the largest in New Mexico. Though the market has been in […]
Santa Fe is not only known for art and culture, but also for fine dining and a diverse range of cuisine. Santa Fe Restaurant Week is March 4th – 11th, 2012 (santafe.restaurantweeknm.com) and will have more than 60 participants. In addition […]
After a spectacular colorful fall, the weather has turned cool in Santa Fe. It’s time to plan your ski vacation. We have already had several snows on both the Jemez and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The snow making at […]