Tucson Condo Rental Photos and Description
Imagine staying in the best location, just steps from the Rillito River Park and minutes away from great shopping, fast-food and favorite gourmet restaurants. Luxury living at The Villas at Rio del Sol includes a state-of-the-art fitness center, 2 heated pools and spas. This luxury condo offers a beautifully upgraded kitchen, a king size bed in the master bedroom and a spacious outdoor patio with mountain views. Whatever delights you, this condo at Rio del Sol will meet your needs!
Recreation & Parks:
There is no such thing as visiting Tucson and staying indoors. Eternal blue skies, sunshine, comfortable temperatures and picturesque settings beckon. Choose to relax by the beautiful resort style pool or go hiking, jogging, cycling, horseback riding, tennis, and bird-watching, which are daily activities in town. Catalina State Park is a great spot to hike, camp and enjoy nature. Saguaro National Park is divided into one area on the west side of town and the other on the east side, both with spectacular views, hiking trails and mammoth saguaro cacti. Sabino Canyon is a scenic hiking and biking area in town with lush desert flora and fauna following Sabino Creek. Tucson Botanical Gardens features 15 specialty gardens, including Nuestro Jardin (Mexican-American Garden) and Herb Gardens. Tohono Chul Park is a peaceful setting for walking in the pristine desert or having lunch in the tea room.
Festivals & Events:
Cinco de Mayo, Juneteenth, Fiesta de San Augustín, Día De San Juan, Norteño Music Festival, Oktoberfest, Tucson Meet Yourself Festival and Fiesta de Guadalupe are just a few of the many annual celebrations Tucsonans enjoy. Native American culture is celebrated at the Indian America competition, powwow and crafts market in January. The Yaqui Easter Lent Ceremony, the Wa:k Powwow in March, the Tohono O'odham Arts Festival and Waila Festival in April, and other Native American powwows, markets, and arts shows are held throughout the year.
The Tucson International Gem, Mineral, & Fossil Show, the largest of its kind in the world, is held in several locations all over the city every February. Many museums and universities, including the Smithsonian Institution and the Sorbonne, have displayed materials at the show. Other annual events include The Pima County Fair, the Fourth Avenue Artisans Street Fair, The Fiesta De Los Vaqueros Rodeo and Celebration, Spring Fling at the University of Arizona, Independence Day celebrations, Family Arts Festival, Bicycle Tour of the Tucson Mountains, Winterhaven Festival of Lights, Tucson Greek Festival and the Fiesta de los Chiles.
The Servoss Group at Keller Williams Southern Arizona - Licensed Realtors
- pets considered
- children welcome
- non smoking only