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What you should know about Green Valley

Just 20 miles south of Tucson and 40 miles north of the Mexican border lies Green Valley—a quiet and tranquil neighborhood that offers a relaxing retreat from the busy city of Tucson. Surrounded by copper mines and the Santa Rita Mountains, a vacation in Green Valley is a popular choice for travelers wanting to embrace the great outdoors, thanks to its numerous opportunities for hiking, bird watching, and golfing, not to mention the inspiring local landscape.

Hotels in Green Valley

Hotels in Green Valley are generally mid-range chains like the Holiday Inn Express Green Valley and the Best Western Green Valley Inn. Both are in central locations and offer clean and comfortable rooms with helpful, attentive staff and amenities that include swimming pools and free breakfasts. The Wyndham Green Valley Canoa Ranch Resort is set in beautiful grounds and enjoys stunning panoramic views of the Santa Rita Mountains making it a popular choice with travelers. This Green Valley resort is linked to 2 world-class golf courses and guests can use the on-site swimming pool, hot tub, and fitness center.

Things to see in Green Valley

Take a trip to the Historic Hacienda de la Canoa for a walking tour that takes you back in time. An Arizona working ranch, the Historic Hacienda de la Canoa is a landmark and conservation park that houses old-fashioned ranch buildings. Join one of the twice-weekly tours to learn about the history of Pima County, ranching, and the lives of the people who lived and worked here. The weekly Farmers Market is beloved by the locals and sees over 100 stalls selling an array of goods from locally grown fruit and vegetables to homemade jams and clothing. A hotspot for locals, it’s a fun place to be with a lively atmosphere and musicians often come to play. Green Valley is home to many world-class golf courses, and a particular favorite is the San Ignacio Golf Club that not only offers great courses but also has breathtaking views of the valley and mountains

Good for older travelers

Green Valley boasts 300 days of sunshine a year along with a great location that is within easy reach of Tucson and its activities. Upscale travelers will want to check out Tubac, a key neighborhood offering fine-dining, shopping, and art. The area is also home to original Spanish missions, and the culture here uniquely blends Native American, Mexican, and Anglo-American heritage. Older travelers will enjoy the tranquility of a Green Valley vacation, and the neighborhood has plenty of trails, bird-watching sites and golf courses to keep lovers of the outdoors occupied. Whatever your interests, Green Valley has something for everyone seeking an authentic Arizona getaway.

How to get to Green Valley

A convenient location, Green Valley is just 24 miles from Tucson International Airport. You can rent a vehicle from one of the many car rental agencies at the airport and enjoy a leisurely 30-minute drive heading south to your Green Valley accommodation. Alternatively, pick up the Sun Tran bus that departs hourly from the airport and heads to Roy Laos Transit Center; from there you can jump on the Line 421 bus. The journey takes approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes, so hailing a cab outside the airport’s baggage reclaim may be a more suitable option.