Colwood, a city on the southernmost point of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, lies about 10 kilometres southwest of Victoria and is a part of the Greater Victoria metropolitan region. Colwood is renowned for its stunning outdoor beauty, which includes parks, beaches, and forested areas. The city’s top tourist destinations are Fort Rodd Hill, Fisgard Lighthouse, and Hatley Park National Historic Site, which features a castle, gardens, and miles of walking paths. The waterfront near the Fisgard Lighthouse is widely renowned for its sea and mountain views and bird viewing. The city comprises many art galleries, music venues, and theatres. Moreover, it organizes several annual festivals and events, such as the Colwood Seaside Festival and the Esquimalt Lagoon Bird Count. Colwood has gained recognition recently for its emphasis on environmentally friendly development and preservation. It is now the home to several green initiatives, such as the Royal Bay development, chief in sustainable urban planning and architecture.