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Valle de Guadalupe

The valley's blend of culinary delights, award-winning wines, and warm, inviting atmosphere creates an unforgettable experience for visitors seeking the perfect blend of relaxation and indulgence.

TRAVEL TIPS

Restaurants
  • Fauna

  • Salvia Blanca

  • Casa Frida

  • Once Pueblas

  • Finca Altozano

  • Bar Bura

  • Bruma Garden

  • Laja

  • Tre Galline

  • Malva

  • Baja omakase

  • Deckman's En El Mogor

To Do
  • Magoni

  • Lechuza

  • Bruma

  • Monte Xanic

  • Postado de Valle

  • Las Nuebes

  • Finca de Coradilla

  • Vina de Frannes

  • Vincola 3 Mujeres

  • Clos de tres Cantos

  • Relieve

  • Vina de Garza

  • Vinicola Solar Fortun

Hotels
  • Ojo Azul

  • Maglen Resort

  • Encuentro

  • El Cielo

  • MYA Hotel Boutique

  • Casa 8

Wine Tasting in Paradise

Valle de Guadalupe has become such a special place and I wish everyone could experience it once. It's in the heart of Baja California, Mexico, and is such a hidden gem. I would consider it the Napa Valley of Mexico given their incredible wine, boutique accommodations, and world-class dining. This destination has gained international recognition for its picturesque vineyards, charming boutique hotels, and an array of culinary delights that rival some of the best restaurants in the world. In my opinion, we ate at my favorite restaurant in the world!


Valle de Guadalupe boasts an impressive wine scene, with over two hundred wineries producing a diverse selection of wines ranging from robust reds to crisp whites and everything in between. Just because these wineries are in Mexico, doesn't mean they are only making Riojas. Top favorites are Vina de Frannes, Magoni, and Lechuza wineries. Each wine tasting can be as informational as you prefer and priced very fair. Visitors are invited to explore the region's vineyards, where passionate winemakers craft their creations against the backdrop of rolling hills and breathtaking landscapes. Also, I love the architecture and how different it is at every location. Making reservations ahead of time will help but not always necessary.


After a day of wine tasting and exploration, you can retreat to one of Valle de Guadalupe's boutique hotels, where luxury and charm converge to create an unforgettable stay. Each time I travel down to Valle de Guadalupe, I try to stay at a different property and have yet to have a bad experience. The staff in the Valle is always so attentive and goes above and beyond for their guests. The architecture is so unique at each property and can ball on a budget. Out of my recommendations list, I recommend Ojo Azul and Casa 8 for staying in a vineyard. Both properties carry their wine as well. I have had friends stay at Encuentro and have nothing but great things to say.


No visit to Valle de Guadalupe would be complete without indulging in the region's culinary delights. I have had some of the best food of my life over and over here. From rustic farm-to-table eateries to avant-garde gastronomic experiences, the valley is home to some of the most innovative and celebrated restaurants in the world. Renowned chefs draw inspiration from the region's bountiful harvests, crafting culinary masterpieces that showcase the flavors and textures of Baja California's rich culinary heritage. Fauna Restaurant is a MUST-reservation restaurant. They have the most unique menu and it's an entire experience. You will not regret it.


Valle de Guadalupe is a perfect weekend trip. HOT TIP: If you have global entry, I would recommend getting SENTRI for your car so you can skip the borderlines. It takes a couple of minutes to get through. When traveling by car, make sure you check online which border lines have the longest wait so you don't drive through those since it can be a couple hours of waiting. After all the experiences and incredible flavors, the drive will never cross your mind. You too, will find this place so special.


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