Verde Valley is for Foodies

Sedona Arizona Food

Verde Valley is for Foodies It’s easy to be a locavore in Sedona. Surrounded by the Verde Valley, known as the breadbasket of Arizona, the area is blessed with an abundance of agricultural bounty for Sedona Arizona food. The Verde Valley is one of the richest agricultural regions in the Southwest. It stretches for 714 […]

Sedona as Art Mecca

Ambiente Sedona

Sedona as Art Mecca When artist Max Ernst saw Sedona for the first time in 1941, he recognized it immediately. He had been painting it all his life but never knew such a place existed. Ernst was a pioneer of the Surrealist movement, a style inspired by dreams and expressions that came from the unconscious […]

Red Rock Country

Red Rock

Red Rock Country Invariably, the first question out of the mouths of visitors is, why are the rocks red in Sedona? Approximately 20-square-miles of mammoth red mesas, sheer cliffs, monoliths, buttes and spires make up what is known as Sedona’s red rock country, one of the most dramatic landscapes in the world. Imagine a palette […]

Sedona Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

Overview of Ambiente Sedona

Sedona Like You’ve Never Seen it Before Lounging on the bed outside, my eyes are feasting on the Milky Way above as I try to pick out constellations and planets from the billions of stars around me in the Dark Sky Community of Sedona. Venus is dazzling between the horns of Taurus the bull; there’s […]