You can see where those lovely, flower-topped rounds of chèvre are made by visiting Salt Spring Island Cheese company’s farm, a few kilometers from Fulford Harbour. The charming forested spot offers a window onto the production process with self-guided tours and a shop with all of the company’s products available for tasting. (The garlic-marinated Ruckles goat-cheese logs are utterly addictive.) If it’s a Saturday, follow up with a visit to the farmers market website on the water at Centennial Park in Ganges to pick up some bread, pastries, and locally made kombucha. Bring it all to nearby Mistaken Identity Winery, where you can taste the wines and picnic with a view of the vines.
Cost is $100 per person