Sedona has been voted by readers of USA Today and other magazines as one of America’s most beautiful cities. Sedona’s landscape is breathtaking. It has giant red rock and limestone formations with green junipers and cacti. Sedona was just named the 9th Most Popular Town To Retire – by TopRetirements.com. The competition was dominated by Arizona towns. Also Sedona was ranked #1 of 10 Most Popular Mid-Size Arizona Cities to Relocate in 2019 and 2020! Relocating to Sedona is an exciting opportunity to build a new life filled with exciting new things to see and do. The city of Sedona offers new residents a wonderful lifestyle with unparalleled access to nature’s wonders with over 200 miles of hiking and biking trails, shopping and art galleries, fine dining and so much more.
There are three main and very distinct sections of Sedona:
- West Sedona is where the City of Sedona offices, medical, grocery, spas, several resorts and many of our retail stores are located.
- The oldest section is called Uptown which is considered our downtown. There are a variety of souvenir, jewelry, art and clothing stores and restaurants. Those who live here consider it to be mainly for tourists. The views from Uptown are amazing.
- The Village of Oak Creek area is home to three golf courses, the Hilton Resort and a number of hotels and restaurants.
The Spiritual Side of Sedona – Sedona’s reputation as a spiritual mecca and global power spot has drawn some of our planet’s most amazing healers, intuitives, artists, and spiritual guides. Come to Mother Nature’s red-rock temples to experience their life-transforming, soul-nourishing work in person. Sedona is a perfect place for spiritual and personal enrichment of the body and the soul. From healing massage treatments, yoga, spas and salons to hypnotherapy and retreats, surely Sedona has something to offer. Sedona is infested with vortexes and energy spots. Many people relay anecdotal tales of seeing auras, hearing unusual sounds, and experiencing healing energy. Bell Rock vortex is reputedly the site of sounds and is supposed to attract UFO’s, according to many published articles and visitor experiences. The more skeptical who simply want to watch the sunset from a great vantage point should check out Sedona Airport Restaurant for casual dining in a photo-op setting.
The City of Sedona boasts a full complement of public services including institutions such as Sedona Public Library, Sedona Center for Arts & Technology, Sedona Creative Life Center, Sedona Historical Society, Sedona Main Street Program and Sedona Humane Society of Sedona, plus a long list of extremely effective charitable organizations.
For more information on tourism and things to do, visit the Chamber of Commerce website: https://sedonachamber.com/relocate-to-sedona/