The Comox Valley is Vancouver Island’s adventure and culinary destination. Picture yourself carving down an alpine ski run with an ocean view, Nordic skiing through an ancient forest, or scuba diving in crystal clear waters. You can mountain bike or hike along one of the many river systems in the area, paddle the many kilometres of stunning shorelines or tee off at one of many scenic golf courses. If festivals are the kind of fun you are looking for, the local Comox Valley festivals take place throughout the year, and celebrate everything from music and shellfish, to fine art and aviation.
The Comox Valley offers four seasons of fantastic experiences for visitors to enjoy!
Creative energy runs high in the Comox Valley. From painters and potters to theatre and dance troupes, to some of the best live entertainment and cultural festivals around, the Comox Valley is a thriving arts and culture community. Visitors to the Comox Valley can attend top quality outdoor art exhibits at local gardens, classical concerts in the park and music, theatre and dance events in a myriad of venues including renovated heritage churches, warehouses, sports arenas, resorts and restaurants.
From the avant-garde to the classics, the Comox Valley has an art or culture offering for every taste. Many of the artists, artisans, writers and musicians who live in the area derive their inspiration from the beautiful landscape and the colourful people that surround them. All contribute to making the Comox Valley one of Vancouver Island’s foremost cultural destinations.
The Comox Valley comprises the following communities:
City of Courtenay, the Town of Comox, and the villages of Cumberland, CFB Comox, Royston, Union Bay, Fanny Bay, Merville, and Black Creek.
Plus Hornby and Denman Island
- Arts, Culture & Festivals: https://experiencecomoxvalley.ca/blog/arts-culture-and-festivals/
- Trip Ideas: Two Day Arts & Culture Itinerary: https://experiencecomoxvalley.ca/blog/two-day-arts-culture-itinerary/
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