Find the property you are looking for within the Cowichan Valley, as well as the Victoria capital region on Vancouver Island, the West Coast of Canada..
The Cowichan Valley which encompasses Duncan, Lake Cowichan, Cowichan Bay, Maple Bay and nearby Crofton, Chemainus, Cobble Hill, Shawnigan Lake, Mill Bay and Ladysmith offers exceptional real estate opportunities. With Canada’s only Mediterranean climate, many vineyards, orchards, lush forests and a pristine coastline, the Cowichan Valley is a beautiful place to live.
If you’re looking for properties in Victoria –
Welcome to Victoria, British Columbia, an island paradise. Residents enjoy the mildest climate in Canada with summer temperatures ranging from 18 to 32 degrees Celsius and winters that rarely see snow fall. Vancouver Island is the largest island located off the west coast of North America with over 2000 miles of coastline.++ see more
Education: Victoria offers a wide variety of educational options. Public schools, private schools, alternative, gifted, specific sport focused, Montessori, Military, faith based and arts schools are available in Victoria. Local post-secondary institutions include the highly regarded University of Victoria, Camosun College, Royal Roads University, Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific The Canadian College of Performing Arts, and many more.
Arts & Culture: Victorians enjoy a rich environment of Arts & Culture. From festivals and outdoor events, including “Concerts in the Park”, Canada Day Fireworks Celebrations and “Symphony Splash” to live performances from the Pacific Opera, The Victoria Symphony, Victoria Operatic Society and at its many theatres: the Royal Theatre & McPherson Playhouse; Langham Court and the Belfry; there is no shortage of cultural activities to choose from. Victoria is home to the world renowned Royal BC Museum, “one of the foremost cultural institutions in the world. The museum was founded in 1886; the archives in 1894. In 2003 these two organizations integrated to become British Columbia’s combined provincial museum and archives, collecting artifacts, documents and specimens of BC’s natural and human history, safeguarding them for the future, and sharing them with the world.” The Victoria Art Gallery holds almost 17,000 works of art, and is the largest public collection in B.C.
Recreation: Victoria’s mild climate is the perfect setting for outdoor recreation including hiking, biking, running, walking, golfing, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, soccer and tennis. Regional parks are abundant, lush & well maintained. Beautiful recreation centres with swimming, skating, curling, & gym facilities can be found in most areas of Greater Victoria. Saanich Commonwealth Pool is a world class facility offering a 50 metre pool, wave pool, tot pool, diving pool and 10 metre tower. Sport fishing & scuba diving are also popular Victoria past times.