- You’ll have the ultimate glamping experience at Cuatro Cuatros. Think five-star safari. There are 19 cabin-like tents nestled among the vineyards and mountains near the Pacific Ocean. It’s the perfect blend of luxury and nature. Don’t miss its Bar Bura, which is the perfect spot for wine and watching the sunset.
- La Villa del Valle is a six-room bed-and-breakfast that feels like an absolute sanctuary tucked away between vineyards and lavender fields. Don’t pass up the homemade granola or areas to explore.
- The loft-style Encuentro Guadalupe is located at the center of the mountain, and it encourages eco-friendly tourism that brings people in touch with nature. The views here are stunning.
- Adobe Guadalupe it’s not only stunning but also offers an incredible wine selection. Come here for lunch to take full advantage of the views (you can also stay here and enjoy communal dining, horseback tours, and wine tasting).
- The Mogor Baden Winery is absolutely darling. Try the merlot!
- With its “table to farm” concept, Deckman’s serves the elevated dishes you’d expect to see at the most high-end of restaurants in a rustic, enchanting setting.
- The reservation-only Italian restaurant Tre Galline wows with its presentations and wine pairings.
- Named one of the best restaurants in Latin America, Corazón de Tierra from chef Diego Hernández emphasizes locally, sustainably sourced ingredients. Make sure to get reservations online ahead of going.
- Famed Tijuana chef Javier Plascencia and photographer Jaime Fritsch collaborated on Animalón at Finca Altozano; it’s a fine dining restaurant tucked away under a 100-year-old-plus oak tree.