- There are more than three-dozen restaurants, coffee shops and pubs on Salt Spring, which together serve a wide variety of food in every budget category. Most cater to children, vegetarians and people with food allergies. Many use local and organic ingredients and almost all of them have great views.
Salt Spring Island is a special place and we produce a Visitor’s Guide to present the best of the Island. The guide provides Area Maps of the Salt Spring Island as well as detailed information on places to stay on Island in a varied variety of accommodations, be it Bed and Breakfasts, Inns, Self Catering or first class accommodations.
What does this fair weather Canadian island in the Pacific Ocean and a wine region in France have in common? According Steve Coopman, local wine enthusiast and writer “If I were to compare Salt Spring to anywhere in the world it would be Provence – because of how food and wine go together here”.
Salt Spring’s rural landscape is dotted with working farms. Historically a farming settlement, Salt Spring’s local food and farming community is still hard at work preserving the best small farming techniques while others work at reinvigorating permaculture practices and organic food production.