Îles de Toronto
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Centre Island. Access to Centre Island is possible by ferry and by bridge. ... Hanlan's Point. The Hanlan family settled this island in the mid 1800's, and it was the first of the islands to be settled.
A huge park off the waterfront downtown. To the East there is a lovely neighborhood of small cottages, in the middle is Centre Island with a small Amusement park and to the West there are Beaches (including a nude beach at Hanlans point)
This is the place to go if you like to take pictures of Toronto. You are almost close to reach, but still surrounded with quiet and green.
The Toronto Islands are a chain of 15 small islands in Lake Ontario, south of mainland Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Comprising the only group of islands in the western part of Lake Ontario, the Toronto Islands are located just offshore from the city's downtown and provide shelter for Toronto Harbour…
Îles de Toronto à travers des expériences Airbnb
Découvrez ce monument emblématique grâce aux expériences Airbnb, des activités en petit groupe animées par des habitants.
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