British Columbia: Beach
From the Capital Victoria to Largest City Vancouver
British Columbia is prime location for a beach retreat. The diversity of British Columbia's landscape means you will find beaches well suited for every taste. For remote beaches and secluded bays try any number of British Columbia’s islands. Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands are excellent choices. In Vancouver, the best city beaches are: English Bay, Kitsilano, Jericho and Stanley Park’s second and third beach. The region of coast and mountains means hundreds of coastal shoreline and deep fjords. Travel along the Sunshine Coast for more fabulous beaches and lakes. In the Okanagan visitors to BC will find unlimited recreation on dozens of lakes and rivers. Try the Okanagan Lakes. In the Rockies of BC you will find freshwater lakes with stunning scenery and parks. If you are in Cariboo and Chilcotin you will find remote islands, unspoilt wilderness and secluded beaches. Lastly, the beautiful Queen Charlotte Islands are areas of vast wilderness and coastline, with natural beaches. Overall, a beach holiday in British Columbia is excellent.