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The Weather on Salt Spring Island
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 78°. Conversely, December is the coolest month on Salt Spring Island, with temperatures going under 30° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Discover Canada's Hawaii with a vacation rental on Salt Spring Island
Canada's gemlike Salt Spring Island is considered to have the best climate in the country, earning it the nickname “Canada's Hawaiian Island.” Even in winter, temperatures in this scenic paradise rarely descend below freezing. Discover idyllic spots for watersports, a surprisingly international art scene, and locally produced delicacies from your cabin accommodations on Salt Spring Island.
The island's agricultural heritage stretches back to its First Nations inhabitants. Sheep farming remains a key industry, and cheese production on the island is also one of its major draws. Come to Salt Spring Island Cheese to sample some of the delicious, creamy cheeses produced right here on the island.
Every Saturday, islanders meet at the Salt Spring Saturday Market to snag the best deals and the freshest produce. Expect juicy fruits and vegetables and the freshest seafood imaginable.
Follow the art trail
Salt Spring Island is a paradise for art lovers, with a huge range of art galleries and studios for its size – more than forty, in fact. Internationally renowned artists regularly exhibit their works in the local galleries. You can see works in every conceivable medium, including dried flowers, dyed glass, woodworking, pottery, and traditional painting.
Picturesque picnic spots
Paddle through the area’s glittering archipelago of islands inhabited by bewhiskered otters and seals, which laze on their banks. Princess Margaret Marine Park is an ideal place for diving trips, with a number of submerged shipwrecks to discover on a diving tour. Alternatively, charter a boat and venture to one of the nearby uninhabited islands for unspoiled wilderness and blissful picnic spots.
Visit the busy harbor and enjoy a drink and the views of the nearby Gulf Islands at the Salt Spring Sailing Club. Don't leave without hiking over to the historic salt reserves at the northern end of the island, from which it derives its name.
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