Napa Valley

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Because Napa Valley is only 35 miles long, you can easily travel from one end to the other in about half an hour. Most of the major wineries are located along Highway 29, which runs the entire length of the valley and provides access to all towns and destinations on this list.

Napa Valley Cities and Towns

Calistoga

At the top of Napa Valley, this historic resort town is known for its healthful mineral waters, eclectic shops, charming art galleries, and fine restaurants.

Napa

The gateway to Napa Valley, the city of Napa is the region’s most populous area, with a historic downtown retail district and some of the most affordable hotels in the valley.

Rutherford/Oakville

Just off Route 29, the Oakville/Rutherford areas contain mainstream wineries like Niebaum-Coppola and St. Supéry, making it one of the busiest spots for day-trippers and tour groups. Don’t miss the Oakville Grocery, in business since 1881.

St. Helena

This pleasant town offers numerous hotels, B&Bs, bike tours, and large wineries. Venture out onto the side roads and you’ll discover small, family-owned vineyards and other unexpected treasures.

Yountville

Popular for high-end restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, artists' working studios, and the Napa Valley Museum, which offers exhibits on the cultural and environmental history of the valley.

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