SHOPPING Tailored to your needs, a vast selection of fashions, home improvement, electronics and current trends are at your convenience. From gift shops to local and national chain stores located in historic buildings, to modern shopping centers, the Okanagan Valley entices shoppers with diversity and supreme selection. We offer all the major shopping conveniences but maintain a friendly community atmosphere. Malls, boutiques and specialty shops, the Okanagan has it all. Kelowna is the largest business centre in the Okanagan Valley and plays home to all the major chain retailers and several shopping malls. The largest of which is Orchard Park Shopping Centre with over 150 stores and services. Close by, just across the street you will find Orchard Plaza which has a little of everything, including Kelowna’s newest retailer, Target. Spall Plaza is another destination full of restaurants, stores and services. Kelowna also has a newly developed downtown core and Cultural District, which is bustling with activity in a village like atmosphere. For another trendy experience check out Pandosy Village, truly something for everyone! West Kelowna has really blossomed into a full service community. The highway is lined with big box retailers alongside local specialty shops. The winery boutiques are a “must see”. Mission Hill Winery has the most impressive wine shop with a whole lot more to offer than
just wine and accessories. See these unique gifts for yourself. Peachland has a charming waterfront downtown area full of shops, charming cafes and restaurants. It is a favourite summer stroll among locals. Further down the lake above the silt cliffs is Summerland with its Olde-English charm and picturesque boutiques. Penticton is full of unique shops and galleries but also has a modern commercial complex called Cherry Lane Shopping Centre. Treasures are waiting for the retail therapy seekers. Naramata’s shopping experience is mostly in the form of wineries, farms and orchards. Don’t be fooled, some of the finest and most fun gifts are found on the side of the road! Oliver and Osoyoos are separated by orchards, vineyards and a not so long stretch of highway. Both communities boast locally owned and operated one-of-a-kind shops. Be sure to stop by one of the many wine shops that line the roadside. Taking home a bottle of wine from here is an absolute must. Boutiques line Main Street from one end to the other in Osoyoos. So many shopping opportunities and so little time... Looks like you will have to come back for another visit and try to satisfy your shopping enthusiasm.
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