You must visit Dallas Rd. while here in Victoria. It boarders the best ocean views as well as stunning Beacon Hill Park. Lots to see and do here!
Stunning views, on a beautiful or even dreary day. Grab a coffee/tea in Cook st. Village (Mokka house) and then stroll down Dallas and get lost in the views, walk down to the beach.
“Definitely a spot not to be missed. A visit to the Royal BC Museum puts you in touch with the place you are visiting and gives a unique and informative perspective of Victoria's indigenous history and future. Also featured here are visiting exhibits as well as the IMAX theatre.”
“Beacon Hill Park is a beautiful park to walk around in with ponds, a rose garden, peacocks, ducks, and turtles. There is also a seasonal petting zoo from May to August.”
“$$ - Serving all-day breakfast and lunch, this family-owned joint is popular for a reason! My favourite spot to treat myself, be prepared for a wait that is totally worth it - Jam elevates classic comfort food to new levels, with creative flair and funky vintage decor. You can't go wrong! Chicken French Toast with maple bacon BBQ glaze and hot honey sauce? They'll make you a believer!”
“Always busy, but definitely worth the wait! This great little breakfast place is definitely no best kept secret as there is always a line-up. Our advice? Go early on a weekday, so you will not have to wait that long. Most known for their exquisite eggs benedict, the Blue Fox also has fluffy pancakes or if you want to go for something healthy, delicious house-made granola bowls.”
Grocery or Supermarket
“Larger grocery store= Thrifty Foods plaza 15 minute walk right on Fairfield rd past Moss st. Across from historical Ross Bay cemetery on your right- has a hardware, pharmacy, liquor store, Starbucks, pizza, pet food and more. Ross Bay pub too!”