Known as the country with the longest coastline in the world, you should only swim in Canada in the summer because the waters here are very cold in other seasons.
Greenwich is part of the Prince Edward Island National Park (PEI) that covers a long stretch of coastline along PEI’s northern border. Greenwich’s easternmost point lies on a peninsula bordering St. Bay. Peter and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Greenwich is possessing large, impressive sand dunes and beautiful coastline. However, the special thing here is the walking trail to the sea Greenwich Dunes through the peninsula, through fields, forests and Lake Bowley.
Indian Head Cove Beach
Indian Head Cove, located on the Bruce Peninsula, in the state of Ontario, is considered one of the most ideal scuba diving locations in the world with its coast covered by rocks and the sea water is clear. Adventurous travelers will find a lot of fun here such as jumping from cliffs to the sea, exploring coastal caves, or diving watching wrecks.
Chesterman is a beautiful beach in the town of Tofino, on Vancouver Island. At some points on the coast, at low tide you can also explore the caves hidden by the waves. The waves here is also ideal for many water sports like surfing.
The Pinery Sea is surrounded by forests, this narrow beach is a quiet place five along the banks of the majestic Lake Huron. Pinery Beach is one of the most beautiful sunset spots in the world voted by National Geographic.
The coastal ecosystem here is considered very diverse with 800 species of plants and more than 300 species of birds. Coming to Pinery, visitors can choose to swim, lie on the sand to watch the sunset, or explore nature with beautiful walking trails.
Havre Aubert Sea
Havre Aubert Sea is one of the most famous beaches of the city of Quebec. This place is the perfect place to walk on the golden sand and listen to the waves. It is also located near the center of the old Acadian town, with its lighthouses and jade buildings. Havre Aubert has large forests suitable for hiking and observing the rich forest flora.