We can finally feel the warmth in Montreal! The sun is shining down on us and every time it says it going to rain all day it magically doesn't. Although that can be kind of hard to prepare for, it's still an amazing feeling to enjoy sunny days for once.\nREAD ALSO: Netflix Canada July 2017 Movie & TV Shows Announced\nSince the sun is finally popping out from behind the rain clouds we need to take this opportunity and make the most of it. Did you have a goal this summer to actually get tan? I swear I say that I'm going to get tan every summer and it never happens.\nMaybe that's because I haven't found any good spots in the city where I can tan without being disturbed by hoards of people or loud noises. This list is made up of some of the best, most secluded tanning spots you can find in the city. And yes, you'll find fellow tanners at some of them, but when you live in a big city what can you expect?\nFor More Things To Do In Montreal, Check The Links Below:\n6 Insane Water Parks Close To Montreal You Gotta Road Trip To This Summer\t\t\tTop 10 Things You Must Do On The First Day Of Summer In Montreal\t\t\t18 Cheap Staycations In Montreal\t\t\tYou Can Now Take "Chocolate Baths" In Montreal\t\t\tThe Ultimate July Bucket List\t\t\t10 Farmer's Markets To Go To In Montreal This Summer\nFor Secluded Tanning Spots In Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nBeaver Lake\nvia @gigiarmario\nLocation: On top of Mont-Royal\nCost of Entry: Free!\nFood Nearby:\nCafe des Amis located in Beaver Lake Pavillion and Smith House offer full meals, sandwiches, salads, desserts and beverages \t\t\tLola Rosa Cafe on Parc offers vegan and vegetarian meals \t\t\tLe Panthere Verte on Mackay St offers vegan and vegetarian meals \t\t\tDepanneur Beau Soir located on Saint Catherine offers snacks and beverages 24 hours\nFeel secluded on top of Mont-Royal and tan by the lake. Grab some snacks at the Dep or a meal at one of the restaurants close by before you get there, or grab some sandwiches and desserts on top of the mountain while you're there. Spend a whole day tanning here because you have everything you need!\nFor More Secluded Tanning Spots, Click "NEXT"\nClub LaCité\nvia @nedakt\nLocation: 3575 Park Ave\nCost Of Entry: $25/month\nFood Nearby:\nRestaurant on site!\nClub LaCite is a private that offers gym facilities, a rooftop pool, and two indoor pools all for a $25/month membership. This may be a little over your budget for a tanning spot but with all these amazing amenities and exclusive facilities, you may want to consider this summer when the weather starts heating up!\nFor More Secluded Tanning Spots In Montreal, Click "NEXT"\nClock Tower Beach\nvia @explorecanada\nLocation: Quai de l'Horloge St\nCost Of Entry: $2\nFood Nearby:\nO'Quai Bistro offers bistro menu and trendy cocktails\t\t\tTerrasse Bonsecours Restaurant offers lunch and dinner menus \t\t\tTaco Box fresh, authentic Mexican tacos with a twist \t\t\tDic Ann's hamburger food truck \t\t\tMonsieur Cremeux ice cream truck\t\t\tM Churros Mme Banane food truck offers churros and frozen bananas dipped in chocolate\t\t\tSo much more!\nClock Tower Beach is located in Montreal's Old Port and is the perfect place to tan this summer. With so many awesome restaurants and food trucks around, you'll have so many food options. You can also bring your own drinks to the beach so don't worry about having to buy any expensive cocktails either!\nFor More Secluded Tanning Spots, Click "NEXT"\nHotel Bonaventure\nvia @aggie_armstrong\nLocation: 900 Rue de la Gauchetière O\nCost Of Entry: room rental price ($25/4 people)\nFood Nearby:\nLe Bisco Restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner \t\t\tRestaurant Bar Le Kube\nThis beautiful rooftop pool also has a pond and a lush garden. The only catch with this place is that you have to be renting a room at the hotel to use their pool. But if you're willing to splurge for a day of relaxation, rent a room with 3 of your best friends and you'll have full access to the most secluded spot in the city!\nFor More Secluded Tanning Spots, Click "NEXT"\nJean Dore Beach\nvia @laurafayaud\nLocation: Parc Jean Drapeau\nCost Of Entry: $9 before 4pm, $5.50 after 4 pm\nFood Nearby:\nChalet de la Plage offers sandwiches, wraps, salads, and frozen desserts \t\t\tTerrasse de la Plage offers beer, margaritas, and cocktails\t\t\tRoulotte Lafleur food truck offers hot dogs, hamburgers, poutine and fries\t\t\tTerrasse 67 offers beer, hamburgers, sandwiches, frozen desserts, and more\nLocated on Montreal's Parc Jean Drapeau, this secluded beach is perfect for a tanning day with your friends. There's tons of food nearby and it's a cheap price for what you're getting. Enjoy beach volleyball, rent a paddleboard or canoes or kayaks for fun water sports!\nFor More Secluded Tanning Spots, Click "NEXT"\nSir-Wilfred Laurier Pool\nvia @theclarebitchproject\nLocation: 5200 Brebeuf St\nCost Of Entry: $5\nFood Nearby:\nLe Chien Fumant offers amazing brunch food, coffee, cocktails, and lunch menus\t\t\tEl Zaziummm Restaurant offers Californian-style Mexican food \t\t\tStella Pizzaria for comfort food \t\t\tLe Toasteur Eatery for casual eats \t\t\tDepanneurs close by for snacks\nThis refreshing pool is perfect for tanning this summer. The surrounding park is also a good option if you can find a cozy spot in the sun! Bring your friends, some snacks and you're all set. There's also tons of good restaurants surrounding this park so you'll have all the options for when you need a food break.