Valentines Day in Canada

Love is in the air in these communities on Valentine’s Day

” Romance to many people is rich in greens and blues as in forests and oceans. “

Romantic places for Valentine’s Day in Canada. This is not a top 8 places list. And it is not the only places list either. It is just a list of romantic places, so lets not all get into a fuss about who is on the list and who isn’t. Remember, Valentine’s Day, take a deep breath and think love.

Where to go might be the toughest question you and your partner may face on any Valentine’s Day? Based on our research travelling the country for our adventure website we think we have compiled a unique Valentine’s Day list for you to enjoy. It is unique because we do not do the everyday list of places like everybody else. We want to throw in some surprises.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

When thinking about Valentine’s Day in Canada are you wanting crowds, parties and dancing? Maybe you prefer privacy, romance and sweet nothings whispered in your ear? Or! There is always the fast-paced lives scenario? You just want to lock yourself in a room, have room service and sit in your ropes all day and enjoy the view? What appeals to you and your partner is unique to you, no one else. We have tried to mix it up a bit below so to keep life spicy. We wanted to cover as many love-bird categories as we could.

Below are 8 romantic places for Valentine’s Day in Canada.

1. Mount Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

Mountain village with chalets, resorts and cottages to select from. Hence the abundance of beautiful architecture and outdoor adventures year round. There are attractions, art galleries, historical sites and cultural venues. Ville de Mont-Tremblant, Québec, Canada is situated in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains. It is home to the Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort and on the shores of Lake Tremblant. Visit Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

Mont Tremblant Village
Mont Tremblant Village in Quebec Canada

2. Victoria, BC, Canada

The Inner Harbour, downtown restaurants, sightseeing attractions, Beacon Hill Park, Butchart Gardens, and an eclectic pub scene. Victoria BC Canada has romance written all over it. The capital city is referred to by some as,”Old England” and by others as the “City of Gardens”. Consequently there are a ton of hanging baskets, elaborate flower gardens and floral parks located throughout the southern Vancouver Island region. Visit Victoria,BC, Canada

Victoria, BC, Canada Inner Harbour
Victoria, BC, Canada Inner Harbour

3. Jasper, Alberta, Canada

A Rocky Mountain village surrounded by wilderness, embedded with adventures, set in an ideal sightseeing environment. Best of all, it is shared with free roaming wildlife. There are all types of accommodations in the region – in town and out of town. Jasper is located in the Jasper National Park on the banks of the Athabasca and Miette Rivers. Decide where you stay and how you play. The scenery will always be romantic. Visit Jasper, Alberta, Canada

Jasper Alberta
Wildlife in Jasper Alberta Canada

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4. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Quebec City feels, looks and sounds like a romantic city. Love and romance is apparent all over the city. The highlights of this historical city are the stone walls of Old Quebec (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Citadelle of Québec National Historic Site, and the Montmorency Falls. But no romance is complete without visiting Old Quebec City and the great selection of eclectic shops, bistros, art galleries, restaurants, and boutiques. Visit Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Quebec City
Old Quebec City Boutiques and Restaurants

5. Ucluelet, BC, Canada

Big cities have the live entertainment, night life, fast pace and a vast selection of culinary restaurants. On the other hand Ucluelet has none of these. To many, yours truly included, what is most important on Valentine’s Day is the person you are with… and then surrounding yourself in a serene, beautiful natural environment void of cement. The romance in Ucluelet comes in waves as you are situated on the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Romance to many people is rich in greens and blues as in forests and oceans. Visit Ucluelet, BC, Canada

Ucluelet BC Canada
Mussel Beach Near Ucluelet BC Canada

6. Fairmont Hot Springs BC Canada

You cannot have a romance destination list without hot springs. In other words soaking under the stars in a natural hot spring is as romantic as they come. In Fairmont Hot Springs you can soak in hot springs, be pampered at spas, and snuggle up in your chalet. You can stay at the hot springs resort or any one of the many chalet resorts nearby. Bring your clubs as there is a plethora of golf courses in the region. Visit Fairmont Hot Springs, BC, Canada

Fairmont Mountainside Vacation Villas in Fairmont Hot Springs, BC, Canada

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7. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada

Niagara-on-the-lake is well known for its romantic atmosphere. Certainly the beauty of the historic village basking in its gardens and architecture is mesmerizing enough. Many of the historic buildings are transformed into accommodations, shopping boutiques and exquisite culinary restaurants. In addition lets not forget the abundance of world class wineries located throughout the region. A good road trip may result in you bringing back to your room some “grape” for a romantic ice cap. Visit Niagara-on-the-lake, Ontario, Canada

Niagara on the lake
Village of Niagara-on-the-lake, Ontario

8. Love, Saskatchewan, Canada

We would like to end our list with some “Love” coming out of Saskatchewan, Canada. We heard that on Valentine’s Day this small community of Love, Saskatchewan comes under the spotlight of travelling romantics. The 50 or so people living in Love, Saskatchewan deserve a shout out on Valentine’s Day from the rest of Canada! To us the name says it all. Visit Love, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Valentine’s Day in Canada

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