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Unwind in the natural beauty of Galiano Island, rich with lush forests and sandstone beaches. Try a variety of water sports or simply sit back and enjoy stunning views.
Top things to do
Explore sandstone caves
Check out the incredible geological formations at Retreat Cove. These gorgeous sandstone caves offer the perfect place to relax and watch the waves.
Stroll or hike
Stroll to Lover's Leap viewpoint or hike to the top of Mount Galiano
Enjoy water activities
Kayak, swim, scuba dive, fish, rent a motorboat, or go whale-watching or wildlife viewing in the surrounding waters. Or relax at Dionisio Point Park or Pebble Beach.
Savour farm-to-table dining
Enjoy delicious farm-to-table dining at a variety of cafés and restaurants, including the popular Atrevida restaurant.
Taste local wines
Taste local wines or attend the annual Galiano Wine & Beer Tasting Festival, held every summer.
Salt Spring Island
Visit the largest Southern Gulf Island, famous for sunshine, scenery, relaxation, freshly-picked organic produce, and local art. Salt Spring Island is located between Vancouver Island and Metro Vancouver, and is easy to get to from any direction with three ferry terminals: Vesuvius Bay, Fulford Harbour and Long Harbour.
Discover The Penders (two islands linked by a small bridge), popular for relaxing retreats, romantic escapes and family fun, and offer many beautiful beaches and lots of water sports.
Take the ferry from Victoria (Swartz Bay), Vancouver (Tsawwassen) or from another Southern Gulf Island to the unspoiled and quiet Mayne Island. The sandy beaches, picturesque sea views and laid-back atmosphere make this island the perfect place to relax.
Visit the lush and beautiful oceanfront city of Victoria. The city is rich in British heritage, has the oldest Chinatown in Canada, and is home to the historic BC Parliament Buildings. You can enjoy lots of water and land activities, and taste a variety of craft beers and fresh seafood.
Known as the Garden City, Victoria is always in bloom and has one of the mildest climates in Canada—perfect for a trip any time of the year.
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