Sedona, Arizona

One of the 100 Great Towns of America

 

Discover Sedona, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona
 

Sedona is America’s most resplendent townsite. Sedona's downtown is surrounded by luxuriant pine and juniper forests deep in a gigantic natural amphitheater. Multicolored sandstone cliffs, spires, and monuments rise thousands of feet on all sides. Although Sedona was founded in 1902, it remained a tiny village serving isolated ranches and western movie crews until the 1950s.

Sedona is now fully evolved as a destination resort and art colony. Architectural tributes to the inspiring setting abound, in galleries, studios and shops with Southwestern arts and crafts, gourmet restaurants and romantic lodgings. A remarkable church and a beguiling specialty shopping complex are among the nation’s best marriages of culture and nature. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy mild weather year-round for jeep touring, hiking, fishing, and exploring the red-rock wonderland around Oak Creek Canyon. Artists and nature-lovers have recently been joined by metaphysical adherents here to pick up the spiritual energy created by local vortexes.

Here are a few of our favorites among Sedona's outstanding attractions, restaurants and lodgings:

Art
Art Colony
Chapel
Chapel
Jeep Tours
Jeep Tours
Out of Africa
Out of Africa
Slide Rock
Slide Rock
Tlaquepaque
Tlaquepaque
Restaurants
Restaurants
Inn on First
Adobe Grand Villas
McClelland-Priest B & B
Sedona Rouge
Chamber of Commerce
Chamber
 

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