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The Weather in Sidney
Find the Sidney climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 33°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Coastal culture awaits at your Canadian vacation rental in Sidney
Typical vacation accommodations in Sidney are heritage houses and charming cottages situated in an idyllic seaside community. Sidney is known for its relaxed island lifestyle, attractive promenades, and friendly people. Public art, modish boutiques, and twelve bookstores within four blocks in its downtown area have given the town a cultural flair.
Gorge on west coast bouillabaisse
Sidney has a long culture of fresh produce. Fishing structures still line the shores, reeling in oysters, clams, and fresh fish. There are also many orchards that provide pears, peaches, and blackberries in the summer. The happening culinary scene in Sidney swings between fresh fish and international cuisine.
While you can find foods from Swiss, Mexican, Chinese, and Thai cultures here, the BC salmon is the most delightful specialty. Also, try the halibut, or go all out with a fantastic bouillabaisse with saffron, fennel, and Pernod.
Every Thursday night over 130 vendors descend on Beacon Avenue for an Asian-inspired street market, selling everything from crafts to fish, fruit, and street food.
Step back in time
Aboriginal people inhabited Vancouver Island as far back as ten thousand years ago. But Sidney's recorded history began in 1859, when the HMS Plumper discovered the Saanich Peninsula. Discover local heritage with a trip to the Heritage Acres, located on Lochside Drive in nearby Saanichton.
Here, restored and replica pioneer buildings recreate a farming village from the turn of the 20th c. Be sure to bring your camera along when you visit this fascinating site.
At Shaw Ocean for the Salish Sea, you'll find an impressive aquarium showcasing all of the marine life that swims around Vancouver Island. Learn more about local marine biology and orient yourself among British Columbia's natural heritage.
Why not take an adventure tour with Sidney Eco Tours? Your floating vessel is manned by a botanist guide, and takes you up close to seals and bald eagles.
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