Where to go on a romantic vacation in Canada

Whether your idea of a romantic getaway is relaxing in bed and breakfast in a small town, pampering yourself and your loved one in a five star hotel, cuddling up in front of a wood fire in a mountain-side log cabin or hanging out in a tree-house on an island, Canada has something for both of you.

Recommended romantic vacations in Canada
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Trail Canada recommends the following destinations for romantic vacations in Canada:

Sun Peaks, British Columbia

Relax in a cozy mountainside cabin and escape the world with your partner. All the usual snow activities can be enjoyed here along with dog sleding, snow mobiling, hiking and relaxing in the mountainside village. Summer activities include mountain biking, climbing and hiking.

Vancouver, British Columbia

Surrounded by mountains and the Georgia Strait (leading into the Pacific Ocean), Vancouver is rich with beaches, parks (including the famous, 1000 acre Stanley Park), filled with things to do for all the family and just minutes away from ski mountains. Vancouver is filled with delicious restaurants and activities for you and your partner to enjoy together.

Victoria, British Columbia

On the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is a beautiful, peaceful town where watersports such as sailing, scuba diving and canoeing can be enjoyed all year. The laid back, quite nature of this small city make it a great location to get away for a romantic break.

Tofino, British Columbia

Whether you are outside adventuring in the Pacific Rim National Park, watching whales in the Pacific Ocean or just hiding away and enjoying a sensual massage at one of the many spa resorts as you listen to the waves breaking on the shore, Tofino offers the perfect, year-round retreat to spoil yourself and your loved one.

Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta

Located in Banff National Park, Banff and Lake Louise are great places to visit for golf, skiing, wildlife watching, hiking, photographing, and the frequent special events.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Known as the Paris of the Prairies because of its seven bridges spanning the river which divides the city, Saskatoon offers some great dining spots, luxurious hotels and a laid back approach to life which is easy to adopt the moment you arrive.

Niagara Falls, Ontario

The giant waterfalls are a splendour to all who visit. Discover the nearby Wine Regions, world-class restaurants and relax in some of Canada's best hotels.

Montreal, Quebec

Canada's city of love! Montreal offers more than most cities and with a French-Canadian twist. Montreal is well known for its hundreds of restaurants which offer endless choice and top quality.

Quebec City, Quebec

North America's most romantic city, Quebec City is the only walled city north of Mexico. Discover the old-world charms, history and flavours then relax back in your chateau.

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

A great place to visit if you love seafood with many restaurants and festivals following this theme. Other attractions include museums and places significant to the founding of Canada. Charlottetown is in the centre of Prince Edward Island making it a great place to explore Canada's smallest province.

St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

One of Canada's most eastern points, St. John's has a special relationship with the ocean and the visitor attractions are heavily influenced by this which include museums and art galleries. Located in the city is the deep water harbour and many historic sites which shouldn't be missed when visiting.

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