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Vacation rentals in Taos

There are 189 vacation rentals near Taos for all manner or mood of travel, availability of time off, and size of budget. So, if you are hoping for an affordable Taos vacation, you can find 10% rentals under $110/night. Or if you are willing to splurge on a luxury vacation in Taos, there are 19 between $348 and $2,792/night. Whether you are sleeping by yourself or with a significant other, or are travelling with a group of 156 there are short term home and apartment rentals in Taos to fit your vacation needs. The most popular types of short-term rental homes in Taos are houses, condos and hotels. Taos has been a frequently searched travel destination this year and continues to grow in popularity. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of vacation rental availability from leading travel sites like Vrbo (Vacation Rentals By Owner),, and many more. Search your travel dates to find available Taos vacation homes for your trip.

Where is Taos

Nestled in the Rocky Mountains by the Rio Grande Gorge, Taos is a vacation haven with incredible New Mexico landscape. The town rests at 6,967 feet elevation and is a popular winter ski area. The history and outdoor recreation make Taos a great place to visit any season of the year.

Quick Guide to Taos

Ski slopes, an extraordinary art colony, and a thriving music scene keep travelers busy with activities and entertainment. Plus, there's lots of history and non-stop photo ops.
  • San Francisco de Asis: Considered one of the most photographed churches, San Francisco de Asis is worth a visit. Built in the 1800s, it has a rustic architecture with artistic accents. A plaza includes shopping and restaurants.
  • Enchanted Circle: This National Forest Scenic Byway loops around Wheeler Peak, the highest point in New Mexico at 13,161 feet elevation. Markers highlight key points on the drive. Quartz and feldspar formations are around two billion years old.
  • Taos Pueblo: This Native American village borders the north side of Taos. It's loaded with history and believed to be the oldest inhabited community in the U.S.

Home-types in Taos

Taos has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Taos:

Points of interests in Taos

Taos has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Taos: