South Coast

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South Coast is a name often given to coastal areas to the south of a geographical region or major metropolitan area.




  • The South Coast in British Columbia is a subregion of the British Columbia Coast, roughly defined as from the city of Campbell River southwards and including the cities of Vancouver and Victoria.
  • In Ontario, the counties of Elgin, Norfolk, and Haldimand market themselves to tourists as Ontario's South Coast


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United Kingdom[edit]

  • In the United Kingdom, Southern England, known also as the South Coast of England, is the coastal region from Kent to Cornwall. The region serves as the 'South Coast' for all of the United Kingdom (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland).


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