Tubac, Arizona, one of ‘America’s Coolest Small Town,’ is rapidly becoming a world-class destination. This ‘Small-Town Oasis in the High Desert’ boasts blue skies, open spaces, great weather, world-class golf, shopping, dining, culture and history. Tubac is a place where artists find it easy to paint, sculptors find it easy to sculpt and authors find is easy to write. A mere forty-five minutes south of Tucson, home to an international airport, Tubac is close-by and yet worlds apart. It’s rich history is what defines Tubac even today, centuries later.
After the Pima Indian revolt of 1751, the Spanish began to establish presidios (garrisoned forts) to protect their missions, people and assets in what was then known as the Pimeria Alta. Tomas Beldarrain was the first commandante of the Tubac presidio and he was succeeded by Juan Bautista de Anza, who is famous for leading a group of colonists across the Arizona deserts that eventually founded San Francisco. Then in 1787 the King of Spain granted a site for a house and four farming lots on the presidio to Don Toribio de Otero. To protect the presidio and show his appreciation Otero planted fruit trees, provided soldiers with supplies and arms, and took care of their horses. This 500-acre land grant formed the core of what later became the largest cattle empire in Arizona. Today it is the home of Tubac Golf Resort & Spa.Download Tubac Map
The easy drive south down I-19 is marked by kilometers, a subtle reminder that you are leaving the familiar and entering the unique. Spaces are big, as the folded hills roll away to towering peaks in the distance. As those peaks, the Santa Ritas, dominate the landscape, you have arrived. A charming village of 1900 people ‘endowed with quaintness, tranquility and charm’ and with flashes of a rugged past and bright future, Tubac blends old and new effortlessly as worn adobes sidle up against modern galleries in a mélange of color and style.
Tubac has become The Wedding Destination of the Southwest boasting its 17th century mission chapel and enchanting ceremony sites. Magical, Tubac combines its romantic history and culture with its present-day posh and sophistication.
Made famous by the movie Tin Cup, the golf course at Tubac Golf Resort & Spa is truly great golf experience for everyone.
This 3 day plan includes many activities that will satisfy everyone in the family! Includes golf, pool-side time, spa treatments, bike rides, ice-cream, historic state parks, shopping, and more!
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Are you a foodie? We have the delicious food for your palate.
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Southern Arizona has much to see and do. Plan to stay at least two nights to give yourself time to explore. Must-see’s include The Village of Tubac, The Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, The Tubac Center of the Arts, and The Tumacacri National Historic Park.
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Enjoy three days of the beautiful outdoors. Start with a hike/run, bike ride through the mountains, then enjoy a picnic in our scenic areas.
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You're invited to the annual July 4th Festival to celebrate Independence Day which will benefit The Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz County. Tubac Golf Resort & Spa and Sponsors are planning a fun festival that will include Food Booths,..Read More
We're delighted that Lois Alter Mark featured Linda Cormier, General Manager at Tubac Golf Resort & Spa in her latest article for Forbes.com. Below is a snippet from the interview with Linda. For the entire article visit: www.forbes.com/sites/loisaltermark/2018/03/26/these-3-female-gms-are-changing-the-face-of-hotel-management/4/#634657803119 Lois..Read More