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It’s said that Granville Is­land is Canada’s sec­ond most-pop­u­lar tourist at­trac­tion af­ter Ni­a­gara Falls. Nes­tled to the south of Van­cou­ver, it’s the ul­ti­mate foodie par­adise – com­bin­ing a fresh food mar­ket with restau­rants, delis and take­away stalls, as well as con­nois­seurs of cheese, meat and choco­late (and much more).

Work off the kilo­joules with a 9km bike ride around STAN­LEY PARK, the city’s iconic pub­lic re­serve that sits on the water­front. Rental is from $8 per hour; spokes­bi­cy­clerentals.com.

Ar­rive with an empty stom­ach for the GRANVILLE IS­LAND MAR­KET TOUR to sam­ple the best of ev­ery­thing – in­clud­ing the fa­mous Lee’s honey-dipped donuts. $55; food­i­e­tours.ca/granville-is­land-mar­ket-tour.

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