Located within walking distance is the Soulistic Healing Center offering a variety of stress-reducing modalities. Secret Garden Inn guests may book appointments to enjoy the copper-ionized therapeutic heated lap pool and jacuzzi tubs (hot and cold) as well as an infrared sauna for a discount.
Try a detoxifying ionic foot cleanse. Sound therapy sessions utilizing tuning forks and the Pythagorean Monochord Chair provide an exceptional full-body sound vibrational massage that works on the central and autonomic nervous system, helping to re-energize the body and mind, relieve stress, and uplift the spirit.
Tubac is a charming artists' colony filled with one-of-a-kind arts and crafts. Many of the galleries are open for browsing daily with an opportunity to meet the artist. From wind sculptures, to gemstones, jewelry, and classical fine art, there is much to see and appreciate in the town of Tubac!
Go on a grand adventure... making memories that will last a lifetime! Tubac's history dates back to 1752 when it was originally established as a Spanish Presidio (fort). Visitors to Tubac can visit the Tubac Presidio State Historic Park and easily spend a day meandering through the many galleries and outdoor courtyards. Hiking and other outdoor adventures are never far! Tubac is surrounded by the Santa Rita, Tumacácori, and San Cayetano mountain ranges.
For all it's history, Tubac remains an active artists' colony with many events held throughout the year. Twice-annual art festivals bring together artists from around the country with the resident artists of Tubac to provide an amazing selection of art. Other events include Anza Days, the Hot Air Balloon Glow & Festival, Tubac Luminaria Nights, and the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.
Tubac's wild high-desert regions are home to a diverse family of wildlife, from quail to coyotes, lizards big and small, curious prairie dogs, big-eared jack rabbits, and America's most diverse selection of migratory birds. Many bird watchers come to Tubac during the best months for birding, from March through September. Late April and May, and late August and September, offer the greatest diversity of species, including migrants and spring/summer residents. Winter is the season for sparrows and occasional southern vagrants such as the rufous-backed robin.
Tubac's history is embedded in the timeless folktales of Native America and the early missionary settling of America's Wild West. Take a walk back through time along the Anza National Historic Trail or visit the remaining original settlements of the Tumacácori and San Xavier Missions. The charming town of Tubac melds the classic and the modern in the timeless architecture of the area's finest restaurants, shops, and galleries.