Living in downtown Vancouver, I searched the nearby scenic spots and found that the beach was close to us. So I came here to watch the sunset. Parking fees, self-help kind, almost let the police issued a ticket to the beach near there are restaurants, you can enjoy the scenery while eating, we only sit on the beach for a while. I think the seat is more unique than the domestic one. It's not specially made, but a log. It can sit on it. It's very primitive. The city view and the sea have a good view. There's also a tennis court nearby. It's a good experience to listen to the sound of tennis rackets hitting in the background.
The swimming pool is as big as the ocean. This place is very suitable for swimming. If you're like me, you can practice 75 meters. There's a line at the bottom of the pool to follow you. Ask the lifeguard if it's metric or foot!!! Obviously the water in this pool is from the ocean, but it's not unlike other pools where I swim, it's salty. Access to urban areas is very convenient, from UBC to anthropological museums, or to Wreck Beach. There's a good restaurant and bar, across the street, and after you swim, sit aside or outside. The waiter is very friendly.
Kislano Beach is a very amazing place to sunbathe. You can sit on the grass or on the beach and enjoy the beautiful scenery. People are playing all kinds of sports and games. In summer you will see the beauty of nature and human beings. Many scenic spots have drinks and food. It's true that you're too busy in summer, and parking spaces are hard to find, but they're usually not a problem. Whether it's daytime or sunset, the scenery is always so pleasant.
Kitsilano Beach is adjacent to Vainer Park, less than 2 kilometers from Granville Island. There is a children's playground built for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Boathouse on Kits Beach is a restaurant. It's good to eat and drink while watching the sea view.
The famous "Kislanno Beach" is located on the southern shore of Vancouver's English Bay, across the sea from "Sunset Beach". In hot summer, this is a good place for citizens to spend summer, swim, sunbathe and play beach volleyball. When the sunset comes in the evening, the whole beach is bathed in the golden sunshine.
It's a magical beach with lots of beautiful shells (*^^)/*
Wikipedia says "Kitsilano Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Vancouver, especially in the warm summer months. Located at the north edge of the Kitsilano neighbourhood, the beach faces out onto Burrard Inlet. The beach is home to the longest swimming pool in Canada, the salt-water outdoor Kitsilano Pool, operated by the Vancouver Park Board and open during the summer. Toward the northern edge of the beach is a playground and a number of beach volleyball courts.
Crossing the residential area, a beach, although the sand is not white enough, but the bikini girl and the dark muscular man are playing beach volleyball, who cares about the color of the sand at this time? Couples pushing strollers on the pavement, bicycle riders, walking elderly people with crutches, and disabled people driving by themselves in wheelchairs. The legendary Canadians who live comfortably enjoy the sunshine, the air and the beach so freely that everyone has a friendly smile on their face. The beach lawn, family gatherings, and BBQ Barbecues for young people.
Kitsilano Beach is probably the closest Canada gets to Los Angeles. A charming beach with a beautiful view, come here to people-watch, soak up the sun and enjoy some nibbles from nearby 4th Avenue. "Kits Beach" is also home to public swimming pools and tennis courts. The BoatHouse restaurant, right on Kits Beach, is a great spot to nab some local seafood.