Napa Valley is the wine capital of the country, home to the legendary Chardonnays and Cabernet Sauvignon wines. The Valley is located only a 90-minute drive from San Francisco. Each of the picturesque towns in the valley has something different and unique to offer to the visitors.
Calistoga, a town in Napa Valley, is famous for its mineral pools and mud baths, which people have been visiting for over 100 years. Lake Berryessa, located in the Vaca Mountains, is a hub for watersport recreation. The late is the largest in the county. It s a great place for trying fast-paced watersports like water skiing and wake-boarding as well as more relaxed ones like kayaking and fishing. St. Helena is home to many small unique boutiques as well as interesting art galleries. Oakville and Rutherford, some of Napa’s smallest towns, are home to the county’s most famous wines.
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