South Okanagan

Naramata

Although small, the village is a vibrant one –casual cafés and funky shops line the main street, which winds down to the beach. An elementary school, museum, and a community centre anchor the village, along with the historic Naramata...

Summerland

Straddling both sides of Highway 97, Summerland’s 12,000 residents enjoy verdant, dramatic hillsides and picture-perfect beaches. The quaint, Tudor-themed main street boasts plenty of shops, restaurants, and amenities. An interactive history museum, art gallery, and library anchor the downtown,...

Kaleden and Okanagan Falls

Kaleden Just 10 minutes south along Highway 97, you’ll find tiny Kaleden. Tucked behind lush orchards and vineyards along the western shores of Skaha Lake, it’s easy to miss this hidden locale. A tight-knit community of farmers and Penticton...

Town Of Oliver

Oliver is home to around 5000 people, and lies half an hour south of Penticton. Boasting a charming downtown and plenty of amenities, it’s popular with families and retirees. The high-desert climate makes Oliver perfect for agriculture, and its...

Town of Osoyoos

The southernmost town in the Okanagan, pretty Osoyoos benefits from the warmest weather in Canada, extensive agricultural region, and beautiful Osoyoos Lake. Despite its proximity to the US border, Osoyoos is definitely Canadian –warm and welcoming, and with a...

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