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7. Sauble Beach (Ontario)

Like Wasaga Beach, Sauble Beach is a popular tourist destination. This beach has many fun activities that you can choose from such as surfing, kite flying, fishing…

Or, you can also participate in the adventure games at the amusement park, enjoy seafood. Freshness in restaurants, especially immersed in the beautiful sunset.

This is also the ideal place if you are looking for a quiet place to enjoy the rest. In Sauble Beach, there are many rental services outside the town center – where you can live, relax and immerse yourself in the vast scenery of the sea.

8. Magdalen Islands (Quebec)

Magdalen is an archipelago consisting of dozens of small islands, stretching more than 300 km in the Gulf of St. Mary. Lawrence, Quebec. The coast here is covered by sandstone cliffs and sand dunes, creating an eye-catching beauty.

The attraction of this place is its distinctly different climate from the continent. Magdalen is surrounded by giant water bodies, forming a temperate climate with not too high temperatures.

Winter here is mild, spring is cool, with a few hot waves in summer and autumn is usually warm. In particular, the Magdalen Islands have the least annual mist in the regions of the province of Quebec. Warm summer winds last until September and sometimes early October, creating unique weather for this place.

9. Parlee Beach (New Brunswick)

Parlee Beach attracts many tourists because the seawater temperature is quite warm in the summer months. According to statistics, about 25,000 people visit this beach in a day.

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Parlee Beach attracts many tourists because the seawater temperature is quite warm

The beach offers many support services for a large number of visitors including restrooms, changing rooms, lifeguards, and daily scheduled sports activities.

10. Brackley Beach (Prince Edward Island)

Brackley Beach is part of the Prince Edward Island National Park. Brackley Beach is just 15 minutes from Lugetown – the capital of the province. The long beach with many majestic sand dunes is a special attraction for tourists coming here and enjoy many water sports.

You can also enjoy the beauty of Prince Edward Island National Park, with submerged cliffs, untouched forest, and sandstone. Enjoy moments of fun and relaxation at Brackley Beach if you have the opportunity to come to Prince Edward Island state.

Conclusions

Life in Canada will help you experience many new things, from busy shopping malls, crowded streets to large beaches, immense grasslands. If you suddenly think about where to go on summer days, the beautiful beaches here will be the perfect choice for you.