Photo Credit: John Cameron
PLACES TO STAY
Find the right accommodation to suit your needs here!
PLACES TO EAT
Salt Spring boasts an amazing variety of restaurants and cafes.
THINGS TO DO
Salt Spring Island is known for it’s many recreational activities.
SHOPPING & SERVICES
The Island has unique boutique shopping and great services.
ON THE ROCK
The Salt Spring Island Chamber of Commerce & Salt Spring Tourism are pleased to support the 11th Annual Salt Spring Pride. Our Board of Directors, Staff and Volunteers are happy to welcome visitors to Salt […]
Visit Salt Spring Island, known as one of the organic capitals of Canada, for our Local & Regional Food and Drink Festival on Thanksgiving Weekend.
Our Festival brings together growers, farmers, food producers and chefs from […]
WHAT VISITORS SAY
One nice thing about Salt Spring and the Gulf Islands is that the rainshadow microclimate means they tend to be warmer and dryer in the spring than the mainland or even the main Island.
Salt Spring offers plenty for the young and young at heart! First and foremost is the beaches – and beaches are everywhere.
Everything from little cozy inns or private B&Bs (I stayed in a really nice private B&B on the island with even it’s own private hot tub on the ocean!)
Always great to be there on a Saturday for the weekly market. It starts its season in early April.
TAKE A QUIZ
SIP AND SAVOUR SALT SPRING CONTEST!
Our Festival brings together growers, farmers, food producers and chefs from Salt Spring Island, vintners representing the wine growing region of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, along with the finest regional craft brewers, cideries and distillers. Three days of sipping, savouring and living the Salt Spring Island farm-to-table dream! The event starts Friday Oct. 9th and goes through Sunday Oct. 11th. Celebrate Thanksgiving Weekend with us!
SALT SPRING NATIONAL ART PRIZE
SSNAP aims to recognize, showcase and publicize the accomplishments of Canadian visual art, by establishing one of the few national, juried competitions in the country.
The inaugural 2015 Salt Spring National Art Prize (SSNAP) will provide $25,000 in awards to Canadian artists. The prize encourages artists whose practice demonstrates originality, quality, integrity and creativity, resulting in significant work with a real visual impact and depth of meaning.
Artists can submit two- and three-dimensional works in a variety of media. Online entries will be accepted until May 31 – enter work here. A jury of professionals will select 50 artists for an exhibition at historic Mahon Hall on Salt Spring Island.
This exciting endeavour is an initiative of the Salt Spring Arts Council (SSAC), which represents the arts on Salt Spring Island. The Finalist exhibition will be held on the island from 25 September through 26 October 2015.