The cities of Courtenay and Comox are located in the central region of Vancouver Island amidst beautiful agricultural landscapes. One of Canada’s fastest growing areas, the Comox Valley offers a wide range of services and amenities, and is home to some of the most charming downtown streetscapes on Vancouver Island.
how to get to the Comox Valley
“The Valley”, as it is affectionately known, stretches from Fanny Bay in the south to Black Creek in the north, and incorporates a diverse and charming series of neighbourhoods and villages in between. The farms, forest, mountains and seascapes invite endless exploration.
In addition to “puddle-jumper” flights (quick flights to Vancouver), one can find daily non-stop flights to both Calgary & Edmonton – just 80 miles away. In the colder season, non-stop flights to Puerto Vallarta mean you can have breakfast in the comfort of your own home and margaritas with dinner.
Driving south from the Valley, you will find the city of Nanaimo 107km (approx. 75 minutes). Victoria, the provincial capital, is 220km (a 3-hour drive) to the south. Frequent ferry service to the BC lower mainland is offered through Nanaimo and Victoria.