Santa Fe County Blog

For a spectacular adventure, Santa Fe County, is one of the most captivating destinations in the
country. In our blogs you will get local insider tips about what to see and do. Outdoor adventure, historic landmarks, luxurious spas, unique shopping, fascinating museums, exquisite galleries and oh yes, a celebrated cuisine—Santa Fe County has it all in abundance.

Santa Fe County’s Summer Scene

Summer in Santa Fe County offers a feast for all the senses, from colorful cultural celebrations to extraordinary markets and one of the world’s leading summer opera festivals. A steady parade of summer festivals at a treasured living history museum celebrates the region’s many cultures and heritages. As summer winds down, things heat up when athletes from around the world compete in New Mexico’s fastest, and breathtakingly scenic, marathon.

Spring Into Wellness

As winter finally melts away, a getaway to greater Santa Fe can renew your body, mind and spirit. Spring is the season of renewal, and an itinerary that includes a soak in healing hot springs, healthy farm-to-table cuisine and an invigorating hike to ancient rock art provides a pathway to wellness found only in Santa Fe County.

Holiday Tastes & Traditions

There's no place like Santa Fe for the holidays. This magical, merry season brings wonder and joy with the warm glow of farolitos, the fragrant scent of burning piñon logs and the spellbinding beauty of softly falling snow. Take in a rollicking Christmas parade and a hallowed candlelit walk on Christmas Eve. Get outdoors and ski the Rockies then relax in a high-mountain hot tub. Toast the season with artisanal sake and sublime small plates or margaritas and New Mexico cuisine.

Fall Colors in Santa Fe County

From the golden hues of aspen leaves to the brilliant colors of hot air balloons aloft in turquoise skies, fall is a glorious time to visit Santa Fe County. The sun-drenched days are warm and inviting while the evening temperatures dip down into sweater we