Find Your Napa Valley Vacation Home
Napa Valley’s name comes from the Wappo Native Americans who originally inhabited the area. “Napa” is derived from their language and means “The Land of Plenty”. Napa Valley was originally known for the abundant wildlife and fertile soil that allowed for plentiful crops. Today, Napa Valley continues to be “The Land of Plenty” by hosting over 450 wineries and four and a half million visitors per year, earning itself the TripAdvisor’s – Travelers Choice Award for “World’s Best Wine & Food Destination” in 2010.
The area’s Mediterranean climate is not only perfect for growing grapes, but also allows for beautiful weather all year round. To complement the fine dining and wine tours; Napa Valley also offers hot air balloon rides, horseback riding, boating, fishing, bicycling, spa treatments, and ten golf courses all inside the valley. The Mediterranean influence doesn’t stop there; it also has an influence on the architecture and decorating styles in Napa Valley. Many of the homes in Napa Valley are designed to look like the homes in the northern Mediterranean areas of Italy, France, and Spain. It is common to see rustic architecture with clay tile roofs and heavy-beamed arbors in the midst of the rolling hills in Napa Valley.
Come, be a part of Napa Valley. “The Land of Plenty” holds an abundance of things to do and new experiences to be had. Everyone needs to experience the relaxing Mediterranean lifestyle of Napa Valley from time to time. Many vacation homes in Napa Valley, and other areas, can be found on Previewstay.com. Experience Napa Valley and your future vacation home before you buy it!
Once you find a destination that you enjoy, don’t just settle for buying your future home after a quick tour. Make sure the community and house are a good match for you and your family. Previewstay.com will help you find the perfect fit for you and your family, by allowing you to spend the night in the home before purchasing it. You wouldn’t buy a car without test driving it, and you wouldn’t buy expensive clothes without trying them on, so don’t settle for buying a house without staying in it! Although it isn’t always an option to stay in the house before purchasing, it often times is. You can find houses with the ability to stay in them before purchasing, on Previewstay.com. At the end of the day, real estate trips are incredibly fun! They provide you with an opportunity to stay at a phenomenal resort property and enjoy all that the community has to offer while you search for your future home!
This post was taken from my new website, West Coast Wine. West Coast Wine focuses on the vineyards and wineries located on the Pacific Coast of the United States. West Coast Wine will talk about anything and everything related to the wine on the West Coast. It is a community run blog and accepts blog post submissions. Please email Brad Wester @ firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a story to tell, question to ask, or tips on where to go or what to do when visiting the West Coast wine country.