Featured Beach Resorts and Lodges in British Columbia
Experience a beachfront retreat like no other on Vancouver Island's Shady Shores Beach Resort. Here, enjoy strolling the beach, watching the ocean and finding shells and rocks. The beaches on eastern Vancouver Island, particularly in Bowser, Qualicum and Parksville, are renowned for their variety, scenery, and wildlife viewing.
Almost three kilometers of untouched beachfront are your playground. With beautiful forests at your backdoor, and sandy beaches at your disposal, you'll understand why Tigh-Na-Mara is such a popular destination. With some of the warmest coastal waters in all of Canada, you're sure to love it!
Overlooking the Pacific Rim on Vancouver Island, the nearby sandy beaches are framed by towering mountains and lush rainforest. Long Beach Lodge Resort puts you just minutes away from the soft shores and stunning waters. Stroll along the shoreline looking for shells and marine life. Cox Bay Beach, Long Beach, and Chesterman supply sandy adventures...
Sunrise Ridge Resort is located in the heart of Canada's Riviera, just steps away from the 5-km Rathtrevor Beach. Enjoy the mild weather that has made this area known as "the tropics of Canada!" Go kayaking or sailing along Craig Bay or indulge in the area's renowned whale watching and scuba diving.
Terrace Beach is one of the most bio-diverse beaches on the west coast at low tide. You may have the opportunity to see some of the local marine life up close including starfish, anemones and crabs. Remember keep all the living creatures where they are when you are enjoying a stroll along the sandy shores, or just soaking in the sun on a beautiful...
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A famous resort town known for its pristine skiing conditions in the Coast Mountains, it comes as no surprise that Whistler hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. Combining stunning natural scenery and... more
Parksville, British Columbia and Qualicum Beach have been fondly given the nickname "Candada's Riviera" thanks to sweeping local beaches, and the mildest climate of the country. Lay out on the likes... more