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Everything You Need to Know about Valle de Guadalupe 4/10/2018

Just south of San Diego one can find the ever more popular Valle de Guadalupe. The views of the wineries and the mountains fill this region, while the culinary destinations have surfaced everywhere. If you are looking for wine tasting accompanied with local fresh meals and modern hotels, look no further.

The magazine The Venue Report has dedicated itself to recommend the best places to visit, eat, and stay at. This guide will take you to taste wines, glamping and eat in your trip through Valle de Guadalupe. Read the article “Everything You Need to Know about Valle de Guadalupe” to reconnect with nature through an artisan focus of hospitality and tasting the fruits of the valley.


Encuentro Guadalupe

In this guide from Venue Report you can visit in Valle de Guadalupe restaurants such as Animalón, Corazón de Tierra, La Esperanza Baja Med, Fauna, Finca Altozano, and Laja; vineyards such as Finca La Carrodilla, Hacienda La Lomita, Decantos Vinícola, Clos de Tres Cantos, Viña de Frannes and Vena Cava; and boutique hotels such as Encuentro Guadalupe, Bruma, the bubble hotel Campera, La Villa del Valle, Finca La Divina and Casa Mayoral.


Finca La Carrodilla

 

Before visiting Valle de Guadalupe, you must know that Valle has been gladly in our radar recently thanks to its exclusive hotels, impressive restaurants and infinite vineyards available. At just 45 minutes by car in inland Ensenada or 2 hours from south San Diego, Valle de Guadalupe is easily navigable by car and has a temperate climate throughout most of the year. Visit it during August for the Harvest Festivities, October for its warm days and cool nights or in January-February for cool temperatures and small sized crowds.

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