Welcome to Sonoma Valley. The beauty of this small town and the area is rich with history that dates back to the early 1800’s when the Spanish missionaries settled here. Many of the old buildings that still stand from that era are a reminder of its history and add to the uniqueness that still exists. Surrounded by the Mayacamas and Sonoma Mountains, along with acres of vineyards and rolling hills that change color with every season, make this area popular to artists and photographers alike.
Sonoma also offers an abundance of festivals and activities ranging from hiking, wine tasting, and fine dining in many of our world class restaurants. The shops that are located around the historic Sonoma Plaza are in buildings that date way back to when Sonoma first became a town. The many festivals that Sonoma hosts are often to celebrate the harvest or other local cultural traditions. These festivals are attended by people from all over the world. From spring to fall, locals and tourists alike attend and enjoy the sale of local produce and entertainment on Sonoma Plaza on Tuesday nights at the Farmer’s Market. There certainly is no shortage of things to do in Sonoma.