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Utforska Victoria

Parker och natur i Victoria

Park
“Gorgeous gardens and ponds with ducks, swans, turtles and many wild peacocks.”
228lokala rekommendationer
Beach
“You must visit Dallas Rd. while here in Victoria. It boarders the best ocean views as well as stunning Beacon Hill Park. Lots to see and do here!”
80lokala rekommendationer
Hamn / marina
“Great fish & chips! Nice Mexican takeout. Fresh Seafood. Icecream. You can buy fish to feed the seals and stroll to checkout the little floating homes. Good place to spend an hour or so.”
63lokala rekommendationer
Trädgård
“Government House of British Columbia is the official residence of the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, as well as that in Victoria of the Canadian monarch, and has casually been described as "the Ceremonial Home of all British Columbians." It stands in the provincial capital on a 14.6 hectares estate at 1401 Rockland Avenue; while the equivalent building in many countries has a prominent, central place in the capital, the site of British Columbia's Government House is relatively unobtrusive within Victoria, giving it more the character of a private home". Open for lunch in the back garden in the summer. ”
28lokala rekommendationer
Trädgård
“The gardens of Government House are open to the public free of charge from dawn to dusk daily. Formal Rose garden, iris garden, heather and rock garden, pond, and Garry Oak walkway are on display. Cary Castle Mews Interpretive Centre and Tea Room are open May through September. ”
16lokala rekommendationer
Zoo
“You can spend a lot of time in Beacon Hill Park... for kids there's a playground, water fun, and a petting zoo! For adults, lovely walks with beautiful gardens. ”
25lokala rekommendationer
Utsiktspunkt
“Secret little spot where you can park your car and see the sunset! Watch the ducks and the marine life in the area.”
15lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Bright sunny beachside park. Dog, and walk friendly and often you will find people paragliding right above your head. Beautiful views of the Olympic mountains and the Trial Islands. Probably don't swim here though.”
15lokala rekommendationer
Park
“A little-known spot, visited only by locals. Up on an elevation for a view of the city and one of the largest Garry Oak meadows on Vancouver Island, which gives it a special, magical quality.”
16lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Follow the inner habour past Fisherman’s Wharf to Ogden Point. Walk along the Breakwater or continue onto Dallas Road.”
10lokala rekommendationer
Spår
“Part of the Trans Canada Trail which traverses the country, the Galloping Goose and Peninsula Trails form one of the most picturesque trail systems in Canada. Dedicated in 1989, the Galloping Goose Trail is named for a gawky and noisy gas rail-car which carried passengers between Victoria and Sooke in the 1920's. The first rail tracks were laid on Island soil in 1893. Built upon the abandoned rail beds and trestles of that railway legacy, the Galloping Goose and Peninsula Trails connect our transportation past and present.”
6lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Topaz park is a great sports field. It has a really beautiful soccer turf and great baseball diamonds. There are a couple of sets of bathrooms on the centre fields and upper fields . There’s a kids playground and one of those self propelled workout areas that we popular a few years back. There is also a lacrosse box that also doubles as road hockey. Topaz park is a very well utilized park by almost every sport. There are also many tournaments and special events held here like the Highland games. A good thing to note is that upper topaz is sometimes referred to as Glasgow Park. Nobody calls it that but it can be on softball schedules as that.”
3lokala rekommendationer
Park
4lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Walk the path and find a stairway and meet the ocean. Stare at seagulls while they stare back. Walk along old sun-bleached driftwood and throw rocks into the surf. Now you are one of us. ”
4lokala rekommendationer
Spår
“For cyclists, the Galloping Goose is a great way to explore both nature and neighborhoods spanning all the way from the Tsawwassen ferry terminal to Sooke. ”
3lokala rekommendationer