With a mild climate envied by the rest of Western Canada and only a 20-minute drive from downtown Victoria, this charming coastal neighbourhood on the Southern tip of Vancouver Island offers the perfect year-round escape from the hustle and bustle of big city life.
Cordova Bay is surrounded by a stunning vista of the Haro Strait, Mt Baker, and the Gulf and the San Juan Islands, and highlights some of the area’s most picturesque hikes and viewpoints at nearby Mt Douglas and Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park.
Home to one of the few sandy beaches in the area, Cordova Bay Beach is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and paddle-boarding during the warmer months. Kayaking or sailing the Haro Strait is ideal for exploring the rugged island coastline, wildlife spotting, and fishing. Tee off at a world-class golf course, Cordova Bay Golf Course or the Par 3 Ridge Course right at your doorstep. Enjoy restaurants, cafes, boutique shopping, as well as the famous Mattick’s Farm, all just minutes away.
Cordova Bay Golf Course is a full-service facility offering a relaxed atmosphere, an 18 hole championship golf course, a spectacular 9-hole par 3 golf course, Victoria’s best practice facility, and the legendary Bill Mattick’s restaurant.
This sand and pebble beach with nearby seaside cottages and restaurants is a popular spot for swimming and sunbathing on warm summer days.
There are several public access points to the beach along Cordova Bay Road. Tempo Homes are located directly beside a designated beach access trail!
The quaint neighbourhood of Cordova Bay offers over 15 unique shops.
A beautiful multi-level spa, pilates, and yoga studio will keep you refreshed while the locally owned grocery store makes shopping very convenient. The largest liquor store in Cordova Bay is located a few minutes from Tempo Homes. Galleries showcasing contemporary artists can certainly fill an afternoon. There’s even a miniature golf course!
Cordova Bay and Mt Doug trails are unique for their ecological diversity and leisure potential.
Whether you walk, ride or jog along the many trails, there is much to see and explore.
Whether you are looking for a quick bite or full-on romantic waterfront dining, Cordova Bay offers a variety of restaurants to suit your taste buds.
The iconic Beach House Restaurant offers west coast meals – great for weekend brunches, casual lunches, romantic dinners & family-friendly gatherings.
Home to one of the few sandy beaches in the area, Cordova Bay Beach is a popular spot for swimming, kayaking, and paddle-boarding during the warmer months. Sailing the Haro Strait is ideal for exploring the rugged island coastline, wildlife spotting, and fishing.