One of Canada's best kept secrets is a quiet village nestled within the vineyards of Niagara. Walking down its intimate streets is like taking a trip to the past, when the pace of life was seemingly slower and being alive didn't depend on WiFi and digital screens.
Jordan Village is a lovely destination in the Ontario that features several quaint shops, restaurants, trails and historic sites. Influenced largely by its Pennsylvanian-German Menonnite roots, the area is brimming with an old world charm that is reflected in its 17th-century buildings and architecture. As with most other towns in the Niagara region, Jordan Village features some of the province's best wineries, with several award-winning assortments available to try.
Exploring the village is an exciting experience, as there are several little gems to discover at every corner. It is a perfect destination for the avid shopper, with several shops lining Main Street, the town's central spot. A little ways off the street is a cozy garden path that connects to even more cute boutiques on the 19th.
At night time, the village resounds with soothing music and the soft chatter of locals, who inject life into the cafes and patios along the streets. Visitors will enjoy an array of top-rated restaurants, as well as night time entertainment and dancing at the Jordan House.via @dorian_anderson
Visit Jordan Village this summer for the best rural escape ever!