Near the more popular Sonoma and Napa, Healdsburg is quaint and primed for a slower pace.
Healdsburg, California, was a small farming community, filled with apple orchards, which later turned into vineyards. Hearing from a server at one of the restaurants who grew up in the area, in school you were either the child of a farmer or orchard owner. However, this little town has become very refined, but sticks to its roots. There’s a strong Spanish flair woven into this bougie community.
Travelers come to Healdsburg for great wine, upscale shopping, and delicious dining, but most importantly, to heal the soul in a tech and productivity driven world.