Santa Fe Vacation Ownership
Regarded as one of the most unique and historic places in the American Southwest, Santa Fe is a favorite vacation destination among travelers from all over the world. Located at the heart of New Mexico, the capital city brings together an artistic blend of old and new cultures, all at the foot of the picturesque Sangre de Cristo Mountains. With Santa Fe timeshare resales, you can plan your annual Southwest vacations easily and more affordably.
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Quick Facts about Santa Fe Timeshare
- Santa Fe timeshare resorts are located in the heart of the city, putting the area’s best attractions within convenient distance.
- Resorts such as Diamond’s Villas de Santa Fe offer comfortable suite-style accommodations that include kitchens, air conditioning, and fireplaces to make you feel right at home.
Diamond Resorts Villas de Santa Fe
Arguably one of the most popular Santa Fe resorts, this Diamond Resorts International location provides luxury accommodations and amenities in the New Mexico capital. The Diamond Resorts Villas de Santa Fe offers unit amenities such as air conditioning, cooking facilities, and a dishwasher to make you feel at home during your trip. With on-site amenities like swimming pools and hot tubs, and nearby amenities that include a casino, golf course, and live entertainment, you won’t have to travel far to get the most out of your trip.
Things to Do in Santa Fe
The cultural sites in Santa Fe are the premier attractions in the city. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture are great places in town to get the full New Mexico experience. Stop by the Santa Fe Historic District to admire the unique architecture, or take a stroll through the Hyde Memorial State Park or Santa Fe Plaza to enjoy more sights.
Vacationing in Santa Fe is not just for the city attractions, however. For those who love exploring the outdoors, the New Mexico desert landscape provides ample opportunities for adventure. Hiking and biking can be found easily around the Sangre de Cristo Mountains or further North in Carson National Forest. The town of Angel Fire is great for skiing and snowboarding in the winter, and you can kayak or raft down the Rio Grande in the summer.