Great news! Montreal "clock tower beach" in the Old Port is officially opening this weekend on May 26th!\nREAD ALSO: Epic Chalets Close To Montreal You Can Rent For Less Than $25 A Person\nFor those of you who are new to the city, or not sure what this spot is exactly, here's the low-down. Clocktower beach is a man-made beach with stunning views located just on the edge of the water in the Old Port.\nView this post on Instagram Les beaux jours reviennent et les activités qui accompagnent également ! Pour l'occasion, je viens de publier un nouvel article sur le blog : les 7 choses de j'ai hâte de faire cet été à Montréal :-) Et vous ? Qu'est-ce que vous avez hâte de faire cet été ? -----📝✈✌☉💻----- 🏛 Plage de l'Horloge 🌍 Montréal, Québec, Canada ➡ 📱 A post shared by Sarah - Travel Blogger (@carnetsvanille) on May 11, 2018 at 10:18am PDT\nYou can't actually swim there. But there are parasols, chairs, misting towers, and of course - concession stands with snacks and alcohol for you to enjoy a relaxing afternoon.\nIt's a great spot to escape to and take in the sun for awhile. The best part, it costs only a toonie to get in. That's right, only 2$ cover. What a deal.\nThis spot is also perfect because it's the best place to watch the fireworks that happen at Laronde all summer long, and this beach faces in the perfect direction. The entrance fee for fireworks night is only $5.\n@jophessiatravelsembedded via\nHere are all the details you need to know:\nWhen: From May 26 to June 10 : Open Saturdays and Sundays only // From June 15 to September 3 : Open every dayTime: Monday to Wednesday : 11:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. // Thursday to Sunday : 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. // Fireworks evenings : Open until 11:00 P.MWhere: Clock Tower Beach, Old Port\nThese are the nights you can expect to see fireworks this summer starting in July:\nJuly 7, July 11, July 14, July 18, July 21, July 28August 1st and August 8\nFor more information check out the Old Port's official site, HERE.