Nestled among red iconic mountains, Sedona, a small Arizona town of 10,000, is known for its mild climate, New Age shops, spas, art galleries, endless hiking trails, great restaurants – a great place for a great holiday.

Sedona Vista

And it’s a popular destination for tourists, 10 million visit each year from all over the world.

And it’s no wonder – just outside the town’s outskirts – the magnificent red-rock buttes are truly one of nature’s wonder, offering bird-watching, fabulous hiking trails and handy picnicking areas.

Another great experience is Tlaquepague – a unique entertainment and shopping experience.

Fashioned after a traditional Mexican village – nestled beneath ancient sycamores – with vine-covered stucco walls, cobble-stoned walkways and memorable, magnificent, archways, Tlaquepaque feels like its been there for centuries.

A visit to Sedona’s Chapel of the Holy Cross is a sight to behold.

Situated in the middle of nowhere, nestled within the confines of red, rugged, mountains, the chapel is dominated by a 90-foot cross built by a student of the renowned Frank Lloyd Wright, Marguerite Brunswig Staude.

Sedona – the perfect place for that special holiday.