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Victoria, having the warmest winters in Canada is proud of its benign climate and easy-going lifestyle, making it a favourite retirement location and popular tourist destination.
Cadboro Bay Beach
Cadboro Bay, Ten Mile Point and Queenswood Cadboro Bay, an English-style seaside village community and bay, is located in the Municipality of Saanich and north of the Municipality of Oak Bay. Cadboro Bay is a neighbourhood nestled between the University of Victoria, to the west and the Uplands to the south. Ten Mile Point lies to the east and Queenswood, with its multi-million dollar secluded homes, to the north.
Cadboro Bay gets its name from the first Hudsons Bay Company sailing vessel brought to the BC coast, the Cadboro, which was the first vessel to anchor in the bay.
Shops at Matticks Farm, Cordova Bay
Broadmead and Cordova Bay The village of Cordova Bay is a family area, with a mixture of newer and older homes, and a small village-type strip along scenic Cordova Bay. With its long sandy beach, and located east of Elk and Beaver Lakes and north of Broadmead, this quaint community is on the northern edge of the City of Victoria.
Broadmead Village Centre is the commercial shopping core for residents of Cordova Bay, Royal Oak and Broadmead.
The area was originally developed by the famous Guinness family, who also developed the British Properties in West Vancouver. Broadmead's Rithet's Bog (virtual tour) is the home to a wide variety of birds and butterflies and has a delightful walking trail of 2.8 km. You can view the History of Rithet's Bog.
View to University of Victoria from the Mt. Tolmie area
Cedar Hill, Mount Douglas and Mt. Tolmie Cedar Hill area, generally speaking, is bounded to the north by McKenzie Avenue, to the west by Quadra and Cook Streets, to the south by North Dairy Road, and to the east by Shelbourne Street. Cedar Hill is a mix of older and newer residential subdivisions, with a commercial area located along Shelbourne Street to the east. It is dominated by the 18 hole Cedar Hill Municipal Golf Course, which is surrounded by a 3.5 km walking trail. Other parks and recreation facilities include Braefoot Park and the Cedar Hill Recreation Centre. There are two elementary schools and a junior high school in the area.
Mount Tolmie park offers views of Victoria and the surrounding areas. A walk up Mt. Tolmie will give you the best 360-degree panoramic view of Victoria. On clear days you'll also see the Cascade and Olympic Mountains as well as the Gulf and San Juan Islands.
Gordon Head A comfortable, middle class neighbourhood, Gordon Head has recently undergone a slow conversion process of single family occupancy homes to shared rental homes to meet the demands of the local student population. There has also recently been some very upscale housing developed at Gordon Point, the tip of Gordon Head, close to the north waterfront.
Oak Bay to Mt. Baker in Washington State, USA
Oak Bay Oak Bay is a community east of and adjacent to the City of Victoria. Oak Bay has been referred to as being located "Behind the Tweed Curtain."
Sidney "Sidney by the Sea" as it is affectionately known, is located about 20 kilometres north of Victoria. It enjoys a temperate climate, natural amenities and friendly community character. Sidney is under the jurisdiction of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and has enjoyed stead growth since 1952.
Sidney has extensive waterfront walkways, parks, restaurants and marinas. Sidney's popular Thursday evening street market runs through the summer and attracts visitors from around the region. This attractive town has a daily ferry service to Anacortes, Washington, U.S.A., the Victoria International Airport is under 2 km and a it is just a few kilometres from the B.C. Ferry Terminal to Vancouver. The city of Victoria is a 25 minutes drive.
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