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Walking to the beach is a natural and once you get there there are lovely spots to stop a bit to watch the motions of the ocean interactions and the sights of the city. Never miss a trip to this beach; you will not be...More
Jericho Beach bustles in the summer with young and old and all in between. On a late October day, with the sun shining, it was hard to beat for a relaxing place to have a gentle stroll and enjoy the sights and sounds of the...More
Jericho Beach is one of the best in Vancouver. When there is a low tide, you can walk out for a really long time in the sand, and it is a super fun activity. Our family goes to do this a couple of times a...More
As a visitor I've explored, sat, ate, swam & meandered along various sections of this wonderful beach. There is sand, playgrounds, beach logs and sights of mountains, ships, city skyline and wildlife. From dawn to dusk this beach is a great way to spend your...More
I visited this place 4 times during my stay in vancouver. My friend and family drove me to this place.we reached there at noon .took beach chairs there and at a good spot we sat spread our food and drinks. The place was full as...More
West Point Grey is one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, especially known for its easygoing and admired beachfronts. Locals crowd the Spanish Banks and Jericho Beach, especially in the summer, where a sprawling view of the English Bay awaits. The central village is an oasis of sovereign shops, many of them in local operation for years. The neighbourhood has a more personal feeling to it, and can be a wonderful
and much-needed break from the bustle of big-city life, being a little haven of peace and quiet with an almost village temperament in the heart of Vancouver.