One of California history's greatest characters gave Calistoga its name. Sam Brannan, who once owned most of the town, was asked what he planned to do with his northern Napa property. He intended to make it the Saratoga Springs of California, but with his diction slurred by alcohol Brannan replied, "I'm going to make it the Calistoga of Sarafornia!" # Spa-a-a-h!: Calistoga calls itself the "Spa Capitol of northern California," and the title is well-deserved. With more than two dozen spas and massage therapy salons in town, the only stress you'll have to deal with is picking which one to go to.# Wine Tasting, Winery Tours: Top wineries near Calistoga include Schramsberg (sparkling wine).# Ca'Toga: Italian artist Carlo Marchiori's whimsically-decorated, Palladian house Villa Ca'Toga is open for tours on Saturdays from May through October, and his works are on sale at his Ca'Toga Gallery in downtown Calistoga. santa ros Calistoga's small town ambience, coupled with sophisticated dining and shopping, make it a favorite of many wine country visitors. Underground thermal features give rise to natural hot spring spas here. Grapevines and vineyards sprout in the surrounding countryside, and it's all so compact that you can leave your car parked for an entire weekend.a is beautifull and very popular place. also very nice is and vallejo. you shuold see them.
1045 Easum Drive, Napa, California
The Candlelight Inn — a luxurious Napa Valley bed and breakfast. Located near downtown Napa, this lovely 1929 English Tudor inn is centrally located to all the wonders of wine country, yet oh, so far