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Perennially warm weather and gorgeous natural splendors characterize this Napa Valley sanctuary.

Welcome to Calistoga


Situated on the northwestern edge of Napa County rests the community of Calistoga, a lovely, laidback community renowned for its striking vistas and abundance of natural spas. Indeed, it is known worldwide for its hot springs, healing energy, and splendid outdoor opportunities. 

Hiking, cycling, golfing, gardening, and, of course, winemaking are all available in this oasis, which Travel & Leisure named one of the 16 best small towns in the country. Fabulous real estate options and a smattering of world-class wineries, restaurants, resorts, and spas amplify its allure and result in a deliciously easygoing and endlessly beautiful lifestyle.

What to Love

  • Intimate in size with a classic, small-town vibe
  • Enveloped by pristine vineyards and excellent wineries
  • Home to several stand-out eateries and boutiques
  • Brimming with gorgeous estates on multiple acres
  • Proximity to St. Helena, Napa proper, and San Francisco


Local Lifestyle

Calistoga is an idyllic village that calls to people who want a luxurious, relaxed life in a majestic natural setting. The warm climate urges its 5,155 residents outside on a regular basis, which gives the hamlet an outdoorsy feel that only adds to its appeal. You’ll find an array of unique residents here, from retirees and affluent entrepreneurs to artists inspired by Napa and families with young children.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

Napa Valley is globally acclaimed for housing several of the most romantic, enchanting, and delicious restaurants in the United States. Solbar, for one, is noted for its luscious wine and cocktail menu and fabulous fare. Hamachi crudo with mint and avocado, Yukon Gold potato gnocchi with Maine lobster and black truffles, and butterscotch pudding with whipped creme fraiche are just a few of the options you’ll discover on their delightful menu. Dine al fresco for a truly memorable experience.

For an outstanding brunch, Lovina will have you more than covered with their selection of farm-fresh bites like cinnamon raisin walnut French toast and duck confit eggs benedict with leek fondue and lemon hollandaise. Meanwhile, Evangeline is the optimal spot to chill out after a challenging hike. Here, inspired French and Creole cuisine take center stage, but it’s their welcoming deck that has won over so many hearts.

Part of Calistoga’s charm is the one-of-a-kind retailers you’ll find in its darling downtown district. Browse the shops here, and we guarantee you’ll walk away with a wonderful addition to your home or just the right gift. 

Things to Do

Calistoga and its nearby towns abound with pleasurable activities. For a luxe staycation — or just an afternoon away from your usual grind — book a massage, facial, and scrub at Spa Talisa in the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley, one of the newest additions to this peaceful town. Calistoga’s natural volcanic hot springs are luxurious and unforgettable in their own right, which you can experience at Indian Springs Calistoga (day passes are available). You’ll be awed by how restored you feel after spending at this veritable hot spot. 

And what would living in Napa Valley be without touring its venerated wineries? Larkmead Vineyards will take your breath away with its scenic landscapes, while Frank Family Vineyards manufactures stellar bubbly in a picturesque place. Prior to or after wine tasting, you’ll have an awesome time soaking up the views hiking the Table Rock Trail in Robert Louis Stevenson State Park.


Children who reside in Calistoga are educated under the Calistoga Joint Unified School District. A few of the leading schools in the enclave include:

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