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The Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island area is located in Canada’s only Maritime Mediterranean climatic zone? This means we have the warmest year round temperatures anywhere in Canada. Our winter climate is very similar to North Carolina and Georgia. Some winters we have flowers bloom all year and grass still needs cutting in January. You might even try a palm tree in your yard. Search Cowichan Valley real estate to see if you can find your dream home.

There are lots of activities to keep you busy all year. Golf, skiing, and fishing are available to enjoy. During the summer, locals take to the water for sailing and tubing down the Cowichan River. All that outdoor activity is sure to work up an appetite and in the Cowichan Valley you can sample food from around world and some of the best local wines in British Columbia.

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A swift Hwy 1 drive northwest of Victoria, the farm-filled Cowichan Valley region is ripe for discovery, especially if you’re a traveling foodie or an outdoor activity nut.

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The Cowichan Valley is also home to golf courses, art galleries and plenty of hiking terrain. Many travel experts also recommend bringing a bike so that you can cover more ground without confining yourself to the car. Recent visitors recommended the Cowichan Valley Trail for cycling and hiking.

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The Cowichan people were onto something when they called this fertile valley north of Victoria “the Warm Land.” The region, roughly from Mill Bay to Ladysmith, is said to be blessed with the warmest year-round temperatures and more hours of sunshine each year than anywhere else in Canada. Home to a quarter of Vancouver Island’s productive farmland, and among the most artists per capita anywhere in the country, the Cowichan Valley has earned another moniker, “The New Provence,” thanks to its wealth of wineries, small organic farms, and burgeoning local-food culture.

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