Reconnect with nature on our 22 acre forested & oceanfront property.

Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort

Centrally located in Parksville on Vancouver Island, You are invited to experience rustic charm in the heart of nature. Tigh-Na-Mara is an all season destination resort set in 22 acres of tranquil Arbutus, Cedar and Douglas Fir forest on a bluff overlooking the Salish Sea. The resort features quality comfort with handcrafted log accommodations, cottages and ocean view guestrooms, two unique restaurants, the #1 Spa in Canada, the Grotto Spa, over 10,000 sq ft of flexible meeting space, free WIFI, parking, an indoor pool with fitness facilities, and 3 kms of sandy beach with the warmest swimming waters in Canada. Another benefit guests of Tigh-Na-Mara enjoy, is the island’s most extensive seasonal recreational resort program offering something for every member of the family.
Rediscover Tigh-Na-Mara, Vancouver Island’s natural choice for vacationing families, romantic retreats or corporate meetings and events.

For every purpose, we’re the perfect destination getaway!

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Reconnect with nature on our 22 acre forested & oceanfront property.
Entrance to Tigh-Na-Mara
Front Reception
Drone shot of Tigh-Na-Mara
One of the oceanview buildings.
Grotto spa at Tigh-Na-Mara
Exterior of the Grotto Spa at Tigh-Na-Mara
Deluxe Oceanview Studio guest room.
Deck view from third floor oceanview room.
Rustic Cottage
Girl going into Grotto Spa whirlpool from the mineral pool.
Cedars Restaurant patio
Cedars Restaurant Lounge
Beach at low tide
Beach at Sunset
Beach view
View of Tigh-Na-Mara beach
One of the Conference Rooms
Small Boardroom in the Conference Centre
Grotto Spa 4 cedar barrel saunas on the garden patio with fire table.
2hr wellness journey with new cedar barrel saunas, mineral pool, whirlpool, waterfalls and indoor/outdoor showers.

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Destination Greater Victoria is honoured to be based on the traditional territory of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples of the Songhees Nation and the Esquimalt Nation, whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.