Victoria’s Inner Harbour,a unique marine location. Fisherman’s Wharf is a hidden treasure waiting to be discovered. Victoria – is the capital of British Columbia ( Victoria is located in Canada, on Vancouver Island. ) The island has many places that are worth visiting.Victoria has a whole embankment where colorful houseboats and fish & chips cafes are parked,In addition to the colorful promenade, here you can buy a bag of live crabs, shrimp, salmon and stare at sea lions.
The food court is located outdoors. Here you can have a hearty and inexpensive meal while walking along the pier. The restaurants offer a varied seafood menu. Along the fishing pier stretch “houseboats”, each of which is unique in its own way and does not resemble the previous one.Along the pier there is a beautiful view of Victoria’s waters, filled with boats, ferries and ships delivering fresh fish daily to local restaurants.
Access : Coordinates: / Location: 1 Dallas Road, Victoria, Canada / Enter off St. Lawrence Street or Dallas Road and 10 minute walk from the Ogden Point cruise ship terminal.
- Very nice atmosphere ,go for a walk to the fishing pier ,In total, there are 33 houses in the harbor.The population of the fishing pier is about 50 people
- Fish&chips is originally a British dish that has taken root in the former colonies. Tempura fish with french fries.
Go next : Fan-Tan-Alley / Craigdarroch Castle / The Butchart Gardens / Parliament / Royal BC Museum / Beacon Hill Park / Dallas Waterfront Trail.