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The Comox Valley is a wondrous collection of majestic mountains, delicate alpine meadows, rushing rivers, pristine lakes, lush forests, fertile farms, incredible beaches, and more than 40 regional and provincial parks. This unique geography, plus a year-round temperate climate, creates an exceptional location for an incredible range of year-round outdoor recreational activities.

The Valley is actually a 50km (30 Miles) stretch of lower-lying land along the east coast of Vancouver Island from Fanny Bay to the sandy shores of Saratoga Beach and includes the communities of Comox, Courtenay and Cumberland. Getting to know the Comox Valley is easier than ever with direct flights to the Comox Valley Airport. (YQQ)


The Comox Valley is also a thriving centre for arts and culture. Four major museums, live theatre, a dynamic music scene, an active artist community and year round cultural festivals and events are just a few of the many attractions the Comox Valley has to offer. The local What's On Digest or Discover Comox Valley are both great sources for more information and event schedules.


The Comox Valley, with its fertile fields and ocean waters teeming with sea life provides an abundance of delectable locally grown food used by many of our more than 80 restaurants to create an amazing array of meals. 


Gourmet cuisine, unique shopping experiences, galleries and eclectic coffee and tea shops line the streets of the Comox Valley’s urban centres. Or head into the quiet farmland, hills and coastlines of the Comox Valley to experience the beginnings of the farm to table experience. Or better yet, visit the popular Farmers' Market, held weekly, and discover the bounty provided through the Valley’s rural regions.


Head up to Mount Washington during the winter months and experience the most amazing skiing experience of your life, or during the summer and fall to hike in the beautiful alpine meadows, or navigate the trails on your mountain bike. The region is a great destination for hiking. Shorter hikes can be done at Seal Bay or Nymph Falls, while longer treks are a short 30 minute drive up the Strathcona Parkway to the doorstep of Strathcona Provincial Park.

With lakes, the ocean and pristine rivers, the Comox Valley is also a mecca for paddlers, kayakers and boaters. Grab the SUP and head to Goose Spit or take a paddle down the scenic Punledge River. The Comox Valley is a short boat ride to Denman and Hornby Islands, plus there's a great chance to see some wildlife like whales and seals, that are frequently seen in the local waters. 

It’s no surprise either that you might want to relocate here! Contact us today to find out more about the Comox Valley’s neighbourhoods and residential locations. There really is something here for everyone!

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