There is only one kind of sunset we don't like and that's the one we missed. If you can't get enough of watching the sky turn to flaming crimson and gold, then you should find new spots to watch it all happen. We've made a list of the best oceanfront sunset walks in Vancouver that you need to enjoy with a BFF this summer.

In the summer, we are forever chasing the sun. From bright blue days to sunsets that look like a painting, we can't get enough.

In our busy schedule, it is so important to appreciate all the small moments of happiness. Unlike many other places in the country, we are lucky to have a city next to the ocean.

Honestly, it is hard to beat taking a seat in the sand and enjoying the view as the sky transforms at dusk. Plus, when you view the sunset over the water, it is almost like you get to enjoy the view twice as you see the colours reflected over the water.

Forget trying to get a glimpse of the view from your apartment's balcony. These spots will let you savour the sights without tons of buildings in the way.

University Of British Columbia

Address: Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: Directly behind the campus you can enjoy a stroll along the coastline until you reach Wreck Beach which is a fantastic spot to catch the last rays of the sun. Just don't forget that this is Canada's largest nude beach.

Jericho Beach

Address: Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: No matter how many times you go, you'll never get tired of the sunset view at Jericho Beach. Lace-up your shoes and stroll along the Seawall to get your 10,000 step count for the day.

Stanley Park Seawall

Address: Stanley Park Dr., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: There is a reason the Stanley Park Seawall is such a classic spot to go for a date. You can spend the time enjoying some of the attractions within Stanley Park before snuggling together and watching the sunset, check out Third Beach for the best views.

Kitsilano Beach

Address: Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: You can grab one of the best seats in town to see the sunset. At Kits Beach, you can swing over the water and soak in the breathtaking view.

Yaletown Waterfront 

Address: Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: The waterfront next to Yaletown is perfect for impromptu sunset viewing. The next time you step out of a restaurant or shop here and notice the sky is turning cotton candy pink, you are only a quick walk to the water to get a better view.

English Bay

Address: Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: Going to the beach isn't only for enjoying the sunshine. You can wrap up your day swimming and playing volleyball by watching the sky turn brilliant red and orange.

Spanish Banks

Address: Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: If you have a furry friend, you need to take them for a walk at the Spanish Banks. There is an off-leash area your dog will love, and you can enjoy a picturesque view of the sky at dusk.

Iona Beach Regional Park

Address: 900 Ferguson Rd., Richmond, BC

Why You Need To Go: Richmond is so flat compared to Vancouver that you'll be treated to more expansive views of the sherbert-hued skies.

White Rock Beach Pier

Address: 15322 White Rock Promenade, White Rock, BC

Why You Need To Go: This secret spot offers some epic views of the sunset away from the crowds.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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