Explore the Sunshine Coast’s southern communities of Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Pender Harbour, & Egmont.
The Sunshine Coast is intersected by the large fjord of Jervis Inlet. On the southern end, the string of quaint, coastal communities like Gibsons, Sechelt, and Pender Harbour provide ample opportunity to explore as it stretches north just over 80km ending at Earl’s Cove. This is the launch point and location of the BC Ferry service that takes cars and passengers to its terminal in Saltery Bay in the northern part of the region.
The southern section of the Sunshine Coast has long been known as an ideal summer vacation spot for those eager to escape the crowds and traffic of the lower mainland. These days it’s known as an ideal year-round vacation spot, perfect for quick day trips or extended vacations alike. No matter the season, the southern Sunshine Coast offers the perfect getaway for the thrill-seeker, the escapist or the curious traveller from near and far.