Pedicab Vancouver BC
Greater Victoria is comprised of several communities which are actually self-contained towns, villages and townships, each with their own unique ambience reflected in their diversity of shops, services, parks, beaches and amenities. Away from the hustle and bustle of the Victoria downtown core, you can find many interesting things to see and do in more relaxed atmosphere.
Easily reached by a short drive or by public transit, you may even wish to forgo the usual downtown accommodations for a stay at some of the finer Bed and Breakfast, guest houses and cottages tucked away in the suburbs. Sooke, Jordan River and Port Renfrew, although not part of Victoria, comprises the west coast section of the lower part of Vancouver Island and are within 2 hours drive from downtown Victoria on scenic Highway 14. See Map
Esquimalt - The Township of Esquimalt is a colourful progressive community located at the southern tip of Vancouver Island, only 2 kilometres [1.2 miles] west of downtown Victoria. Esquimalt is the home of Canada’s naval presence on the West Coast and was first used by the Royal Navy as early as 1837. The original Esquimalt townsite has long since disappeared inside the boundaries of the Canadian Forces Base which is now the community’s largest employer. Today, 17, 000 people live in Esquimalt’s varied residential neighbourhoods and enjoy its many amenities including beautiful parks and beaches, scenic waterfront walkways, modern recreational facilities, schools, library, archives, and commercial services. Although it’s an established community, the Township still provides opportunities for new commercial, industrial and residential developments.
, is one of Vancouver Island's best kept secrets. The Saanich Peninsula's commercial hub, Sidney is a bustling seaside community with an easy going attitude; population, just over 10, 000. Close to the BC Ferry Terminal, Vancouver International Airport and Butchart Gardens and only 20 minutes to downtown Victoria.
- is located near The University of Victoria and Gyro Park on the scenic shores of southern Vancouver Island, a short 10 minute drive from downtown Victoria, B.C., Canada. At the foot of Sinclair Road is the Cadboro Bay Beach Public Park with a concrete octopus, fish, tugboat and a replica of the no so mythical (according to residents) sea monster Cadborosaurus. One of the main attractions of Cadboro Bay is its curving, sandy beach and the Cadboro Bay Village shopping area with Smuggler's Cove neighbourhood pub.
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