Why do you travel?

Whatever your reason may be…. Come experience The City Different

The New Mexico Jazz Festival is underway, and will continue through to the end of July. This festival will enchant music lovers with performances from local talent, and jazz legends. The musical offerings continue throughout the summer with the Santa Fe Bandstand outdoor concerts happening nightly on the historic downtown plaza. There will be over 75 concerts spanning multiple genres, through August 11.

For art lovers, there are festivals nearly every weekend! The most popular include:

  • The 67th Annual Traditional Spanish Market will take place July 28–29, with art from more than 130 Hispanic artists.
  • The Santa Fe Indian Market—an event widely attended by visitors from around the world—will celebrate its 96th year on August 18 and 19, offering visitors the chance to meet artists, learn about their culture and purchase their work.

On Labor Day weekend, visitors can check a unique festival off their bucket lists by attending the Burning of Zozobra. The cultural annual event occurs on Friday, August 31 at Fort Marcy Park. The burning of Zozobra or “Old Man Gloom” is an event in which participants can add items to be burned, including notes, divorce papers, photos and more to commemorate the end of past events. While the burning takes place in the evening, entertainment begins at 3pm with a day full of events.
The only thing left to do is to book your
memorable vacation rental with Adobe Destinations!

We look forward to seeing you this summer! 

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Nearing retirement? Where do you go?

Many seniors look to Santa Fe as the quintessential City for retirement.

For those looking to relocate in retirement, or a place to go while deciding on where to retire, Santa Fe tops the destination list!

You’ll find the enchantment you’ve been seeking in The City Different, with its vibrant arts and cultural offerings, one-of-a-kind festivals, musical events (including our personal favorite, Music on the Hill), and the incredible climate. Santa Fe boasts museums, galleries, shopping, world-class cuisine and numerous outdoor adventures for all levels.

Santa Fe has a sophisticated, yet laid-back atmosphere, that is perfect for your extended stay, and Adobe Destinations has an extensive inventory of homes that can accommodate both long-term and short-term rentals.

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For that family vacation you’ll talk about for years…

Trip Advisor has named Santa Fe one of the top city’s to visit this year.

Your vacation starts with where you’ll stay, right?
Book your vacation rental with us, for the upcoming summer season!

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We can’t wait to see you this summer!

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Quality time with the kids in Santa Fe

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Spring Break in Santa Fe!

Five Reasons You Must Visit Santa Fe in the Spring

Spring is inconsistent in this part of New Mexico. Locals don’t even begin planting annuals until after Mother’s Day. It’s hard to plan for the weather, so there are fewer people visiting. It’s an ideal time to visit with discounts on hotel rooms and activities. Read more…

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You Can Rent the Senator’s Estate in Santa Fe!

Spring Break in the Senator’s Estate!
Elegance and sophistication are what you will find in this fabulous 5,000 square foot property on the prestigious Old Santa Fe Trail.

Built in 1913 by well-known pioneer of New Mexico and US Senator, Bronson Cutting, this home was recently purchased as a second home to share with visitors to Santa Fe who enjoy space, location, privacy, and historical elegance.

Take a tour of the Estate in the photos below….

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