: Victoria International
: Swazt Bay
: Highway 17
: Roberts Bay
: Rumrunner Bar and Restaurant
: Ardmore or Glen Meadows
: The Latch
Car: not necessary
A 15 minute stroll will bring you to Sidney , famous for its many book stores. Added attractions include the Shaw Discovery Centre, Shoal Harbour Bird Sanctuary, salmon fishing, whale watching, kayaking, and a First Nations canoe tour.Close by you can also find the BC Aviation Museum .
Sidney has some excellent places to eat many interesting stores to wander around , and a lovely sea walk.
A bus ride or short drive will take you to wineries, the world famous Butchart Gardens, and Victoria set around the busy inner harbour.
Have tea at the Empress hotel, visit the Maritime Museum, the Royal BC Museum, or some of the many art galleries.Bastion Square is the site of the original Fort Victoria , and now home to many shops and restaurants.
Spend a morning wandering Antique Row ( Fort Street ), China Town, or follow the pedestrian walkway around the inner harbour.
Russells Books on Fort Street is a must for book lovers and Johnson Street for non chain store clothes.
Almost too many things to do and see in Sidney and the surrounding areas !