Every year, the Guadalupe Valley  hosts the Vendimia (wine harvest) Festival lasting 17 days. The festival, which is expected to draw in over 50,000 people, has a wide variety of attractions including wine-inspired street fairs and concerts, culinary parties, and vineyard tours.
The Guadalupe Valley produces 90% of the wine in Mexico, and the vintners range from producing 200 bottles of wine a year to over one million bottles of wine. Guadalupe Valley is home to over 20 official wineries. This past year, Camillo Magoni brought recognition and positive acknowledgement to the blossoming area after being selected as the top wine maker in the world.
The Guadalupe Valley boasts many new hotels, motels, and bed and breakfast inns making it an attractive destination for any international tourist ! The area is filled with attractions ranging from museums to nature spots including hot springs and waterfalls. The Guadalupe Valley, a mecca for cuisine, offers restaurants serving anywhere from traditional Mexican food to French food.