Tubac Bed and Breakfast Inns
Bed and breakfast inns near Tubac
White Stallion Ranch
— 54 miles N Tucson, AZ
|Covering five square miles, this working ranch in... Read More
$135 - $283
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Tubac is a community that is part of Arizona's Santa Cruz County. Although this is just a small community, it has successfully managed to attract many people because of its own unique beauty. This can be proven by how Tubac bed and breakfast inns have managed to serve large numbers of guests at any given time. Tubac is situated near the Santa Cruz River, which by itself provides several scenic spots. Aside from this, the community is also made popular by another favorite destination, the Presidio of Tubac, which is formerly a military installation but is now an enclave for artists within the state. Those who would like to catch sight of the community's artworks, a visit to Karin Newby Gallery and Sculpture Garden, the Center of the Arts, as well as Galleria Tubac should be very interesting. The Anza Trail provides a hiking trail for those who like outdoor challenges. By Tubac Country Inn.
Tubac is a town located in Santa Cruz County in the state of Arizona very near the Santa Cruz River. This town boasts of amazing high desert views and cool weather. Tubac enjoys many art galleries and gift shops which is what attracts most of its visitors. For those who are artistically inclined, you will enjoy the performances at the Tubac Center of the Arts which conducts regular exhibits. Do not miss out on the very hospitable Tubac bed and breakfast inns and the locally operated restaurants. History is preserved at the Tubac Presidion State History Park. Consider your Tubac visit incomplete if you do not see Arizona's First State Park. The park has its own museum, an underground archeology exhibit, and a picnic area. The state park has also been the venue for numerous cultural events such as the Los Tubaquenos presentations and the Anza Days. By Tubac Country Inn.