Still searching for your Victoria BC vacation rentals or wondering where exactly you're staying? Read a bit about the Victoria neighbourhoods and view the Victoria maps to help you in your Victoria vacation rental research.
Victoria BC's neighbourhoods glitter with architectural jewels. Historically symbolic and architecturally intriguing buildings are found throughout this government city: the Provincial Legislative Buildings, Government House, the Royal British Columbia Museum and the Fairmont Empress Hotel are all marked examples.
It's residential neighbourhoods are full of fascinating Victorian and Edwardian houses, many over a century old. Victoria's abundant gardens, public and private, are also very enchanting. With neighbourhoods to suit everyone's preference, you'll be sure find a vacation rental that fits your needs!
Victoria Inner Harbour
Victoria's Inner Harbour is the transportation hub featuring watercraft of every type ranging from the exciting float planes to regular passenger and car ferries scheduled on runs from Vancouver, and various closeby Washington state cities.
Inner Harbour Victoria vacation rentals are typically condos.
view map - Victoria map courtesy of HelloBC
The open and sunny and slightly eclectic neighbourhood of James Bay is situated between Dallas Rd and Belleville St. Take a short five-minute walk south of downtown and explore the neighbourhood, if dazzling old Victorian houses appeal to you. Many of the James Bay homes were built by Victoria's founding families and have been lovingly preserved.
Travel along Dallas Rd, one big waterfront park and walkway, fondly used used by joggers, kite flyers and dog walkers. Stop by Beacon Hill Park, a well-groomed floral delight!
James Bay Victoria vacation rentals tend to be townhomes and houses.
view map - James Bay map courtesy of HelloBC
The established and beautifully treed seaside community of Oak Bay is a 10 minute drive from the neighbourhood's water's edge to downtown. Experience the quaint Old World charm of the lovely older homes and an array of quality shops and restaurants, cafes and pubs to fit all budgets. Authentic afternoon tea is a local specialty.
Take a scenic walk or bike ride along the Seaside Touring Route or one of the many parks, gardens and beaches of Oak Bay. Soak in the ocean views or play a round of golf at the city's oldest golf course: Victoria Golf Course.
Oak Bay Victoria vacation rentals are typically townhomes and houses.
view map - Oak Bay map courtesy of HelloBC
If you have not yet booked your Victoria lodging, start your research on our direct reservation site, which features top-located Victoria vacation homes. Our reservation system is fun, friendly, easy and fast. View the exact property you will stay in before you book it online (as opposed to a "example" of what you might get!)
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