10 Beautiful Canadian Beaches To Roadtrip To This Summer

You won't believe your eyes.
10 Beautiful Canadian Beaches To Roadtrip To This Summer

I know what you're thinking, Montreal has beaches?! 

And he answer is, yes. As you know, Canada isn't exactly synonymous with the word "beach". We're usually associated with words like: Snow, Ice, Hockey and Igloos.

It's obvious we have shorelines, but I didn't think we had many warm sandy beaches. As it turns out, not only do we have them, they are actually quite spectacular.

Here are some of the most amazing beaches in Canada. 

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1. Grand Beach

Manitoba

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2. Grand Bend

Ontario

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3. Havre-Aubert Beach

Quebec

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4. Martinique Beach

Nova Scotia

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5. Bennett Beach

Yukon

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6. Singing Sands

P.E.I.

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7. Wasaga Beach

Ontario

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8. Manitou Beach

Saskatchewan

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9. Parlee Beach

New Brunswick

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10. Long Beach

British Columbia

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