Aspens & Turquoise

There’s no doubt that art in Santa Fe is unique and exclusive. From the woodworking and sculptures to the paintings overflowing with raw emotion, the Santa Fe area is known for our artistic culture and community. People travel from all over the world to immerse themselves in our unparalleled artistic culture and bring a piece of Santa Fe to their home.

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One of the best ways to keep Santa Fe with you forever is by supporting our local artisan jewelers. These artists handcraft each piece of locally made jewelry using the Santa Fe culture, landscape, people, and community as their inspiration.
The next time you visit Santa Fe with Adobe Destinations, purchase a piece (or two, three, even four) from one of these phenomenal Santa Fe jewelry makers and designers. A few of our favorites are:

  • Richard Lindsay
    • Sophisticated, expertly crafted and elegant, Richard’s work has a clean sensibility with an emphasis on essential style.
  • Santa Fe Goldworks
    • Blending old world and contemporary designs, Santa Fe Goldworks creates one-of-a-kind, handmade pieces reflecting the New Mexican fusion of cultures and customs.
  • LewAllen Jewelry
    • LewAllen jewelry is a tradition for those looking for uniquely inspired and meaningful jewelry. The work at LewAllen Jewelry is powerful and unique.
  • Gusterman’s
    • Gusterman Silversmiths is owned and operated by two sisters, Britt and Kerstin Gusterman. They specialize in handcrafted jewelry in gold and silver, often combined together within a single piece.

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Back to School is the Perfect Time to Visit!

The kids are back in school, vacations are winding down and the weather is cooling off…we think it’s the perfect time to come visit! And US News agrees – with the temperatures in the 60s and 70s, the weather is mild and perfect for any activity you want to do! Whether it’s biking, hiking or just experiencing all the cultural events Santa Fe has to offer.

Bike the Santa Fe Rail Trail

Miles of Trails to Hike!


Fiesta Fine Arts & Crafts Market
WHEN: September 3 – 6, 2016


Bandelier’s Fall Fiesta
WHEN: October 8, 2016

13221437_10153776396398668_7557658622347353248_n Santa Fe Society of Artists Art Show
WHEN: Every Weekend through Mid-October
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Still Time To Book You Summer Vacation in Santa Fe

Are you in need of a getaway? Last minutes plans to have fun this summer and experience something new? Choose The City Different!

Santa Fe is your escape from your daily routine where you can soak-up southwestern style, stunning sunsets, mouthwatering food at world-class restaurants, and embrace the culture of the Southwest. Some will argue Summer in Santa Fe is the best time of year, and many will describe it as “magical.” With an abundance of events, music, and more, you’re escape to Santa Fe will quickly become your new getaway destination.



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The City Different in Full Bloom!

If you have never been to Santa Fe, the City Different is inviting you to come and discover one of the most unique cities in America! If you have been and fallen in love, Santa Fe is beckoning you to come back!

This time of year the calendar is filled with cultural, historical and adventurous things to do and see. Explore Santa Fe through these video series below!

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Pet Friendly Santa Fe

We know a lot of people like to travel with their furbabies, but not everywhere is as accessible for our four-legged family members! Many of our rentals allow pets – so what are you waiting for?

Here are just a few of the fun, pet-friendly activities Santa Fe has to offer!

Santa Fe Rail Trail
The Santa Fe Rail-Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors.

Andrew Smith Gallery
Bring your dog and explore the world of fine art photography. Enjoy Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, Lee Friedlander and other historic, classic and contemporary photographs in this historic Victorian home.

Santa Fe Animal Shelter Dog Park
Your pet will love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park which includes a separate area for small dogs and water spigots.

Hyde Memorial State Park
Dogs are welcome to visit the park on a leash.

Estrella Del Norte Vineyard
Award Winning Pinot Noir estate with 5 beautiful acres of gardens, sculptures, and delicious wines. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans.

Frank Ortiz Off Leash Dog Area
Your pet will love to explore in the designated off-leash area of this beautiful public park that’s full of walking trails. Be careful as the area is not fenced.

Custom Tours by Clarice
See the sights and hear the history of Santa Fe. Daily, 90-minute tours highlight important historic sights as well as restaurants and places to shop. Well-behaved pets are always welcome on the tours.

Nedra Mettucci Sculpture Garden
Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the Sculpture Gardens. They must be leashed and they must not disturb the ducks that have settled on the property.

Sloan Cunningham, Pet Sitter
Planning on an adventure that your pets cannot travel with you to? Sloan offers reliable, honest and compassionate care for your animal companions. Her philosophy is to provide mindful and respectful assistance to your beloved critters offering you peace of mind and convenience!

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Come for the Culture, Stay for the Food!

With Santa Fe Restaurant Week coming up February 21-28, we wanted to take a moment to highlight all the amazing food Santa Fe has to offer!

We love sharing all of the amazing cultural sites and events that Santa Fe is known for, but did you also know that there is a vibrant food culture here as well? From holes-in-the-wall to high end, there’s plenty to satisfy any palette.

Here are some of our favorites!

The Shed
The Shed is world renowned for its red chile enchiladas and other blue corn specialties, as well as tempting desserts and, of course, margaritas! A dining tradition in Santa Fe since its beginning when Polly and Thornton Carswell opened it on Burro Alley.

Osteria D’Assisi
An authentic Italian restaurant in the heart of Santa Fe, Osteria serves old-world dishes that will transport you. They also have an excellent happy hour with a wide range of drinks and bar food.

Frequented by the famous and infamous, the Santacafé patio has some of the best people-watching Santa Fe has to offer! During high season, our courtyard becomes one of the most coveted locales in Santa Fe.

TerraCotta Wine Bistro
A relaxed atmosphere with great happy hour specials and an extensive wine list, TerraCotta Wine bistro is a great place to wind down after a day of sightseeing around Santa Fe!

Of course, these are just a small selection of the amazing restaurants in and around Santa Fe – You’ll just have to come back to try them all!

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It’s Time for a Digital Detox in Santa Fe!

US News recently ranked Santa Fe as one of the Top 7 Destinations to visit to take a “Digital Detox” from our hyper-connected day to day life. “…with its wealth of wellness-oriented retreats, upscale spas and spiritual-based settings, it’s an ideal destination to unwind and escape it all.”

While there are lots of positives to being connected to everyone whenever we want, it’s important to take some time to yourself and unplug. According to Becoming Minimalist, here are 7 Important Reasons to Unplug. Our favorite reason of theirs is:

Life, at its best, is happening right in front of you.
Our world may be changing. But the true nature of life is not. Life, at its best, is happening right in front of you. These experiences will never repeat themselves. These conversations are unfiltered and authentic. And the love is real. But if we are too busy staring down at our screen, we’re gonna miss all of it.

Where could you have your Digital Detox in Santa Fe? There are plenty of places to go and reconnect with yourself and/or nature!

Ghost Ranch “made famous by painter Georgia O’Keeffe—encompasses 21,000 acres of towering rock walls, vivid colors and vast skies. People from all over the world come to work together in creation care, to paint, write poetry, to hike, ride horseback, to research globally renowned archaeological and fossil quarries or simply to rest and renew their spirits.”

Upaya Zen Center is a Zen Buddhist practice, service, and training center. Their vision focuses on the integration of practice and social action, bringing together wisdom and compassion. With retreats and daily meditations, it’s a great place to go find solitude and mindfulness.

Ten Thousand Waves provides a traditional Japanese spa experience with massage options and hot tubs to relax your day away.

Bandelier National Monument is an amazing place to connect with our past – covering over 33,000 acres of rugged but beautiful canyon and mesa country. See evidence of a human presence here going back over 11,000 years.  Petroglyphs, dwellings carved into the soft rock cliffs, and standing masonry walls pay tribute to the early days of a culture that still survives in the surrounding communities. What better way to appreciate unplugging than experience our own history?

With so many options for places to disconnect and reconnect with yourself in Santa Fe, what are you waiting for? Book your stay in your new home-away-from-home now!

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