Sedona's location at the
mouth of renown Oak Creek Canyon and at the center of the state's
legendary Red Rock Country affords breath-taking panoramas, four
delightfully mild seasons, plenty of sunshine and clean, fresh
There are a few
attractions that should not be missed while visiting Sedona, such
as The Chapel of the Holy Cross, an amazing structure, embedding
in the red rock formations on either side of it and Tlaquepaque, a
replica of an 18th century Mexican village.
Known for its splendid
golf courses and a variety of great restaurants, Sedona is one of
Arizona's premier tourism, recreation, resort, arts and cultural,
and retirement centers. At an altitude of 4,500 feet, Sedona
escapes the desert heat of Southern Arizona and the mountain snows
to the north with either just a short drive away.