Gorgeous sandy beach. Stunning views of Mount Baker on a clear day. 15 minute SCENIC drive down Dallas Rd, which turns into Beach Drive.
Willows Beach is one of Victoria's most popular swimming beaches. Its shallow, protected water is suitable for young children, while views of Discovery Island and Mount Baker make basking, swimming or paddling there just that much more beautiful. Willows Beach is a popular day destination for…
This beach is just down the street about a block and a half. Has something for everyone. Grass or sand or picnic tables, etc.
“Great coffee and baked goods, outdoor seating in the front as well as the back. Great patio out back.”
“A favourite location for breakfast or lunch, and in walking distance to Willows beach.”
“This building was designated as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1992. The history of how it was built and who built it is quite interesting. It was constructed in the late 1800's by a wealthy coal baron, Robert Dunsmuir for himself and his wife Joan. Robert died in 1989, 17 months before it was completed. His sons, Alexander and James took over the role of finishing the home after his death. James went onto build Victoria's second castle, "Hatley Castle" which was used for filming in the X-Men movie served as the backdrop for Professor Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters. ”
“This museum is well worth a visit. They have done a wonderful job of setting the scene for the region”
“Beacon Hill Park is home to what was once the world's tallest totem pole in the world, a 38.9 metre (128 foot) pole raised in 1956. Also home to the Beacon Hill Petting Zoo. This is a gorgeous park which also boarders on Mile Zero to the Trans Canada Highway. ”