This weekend is once again going to be scorching hot, as temperatures are expected to rise to 37 degrees. If you're at a loss as to how to cool off, you're not alone.\nWe here at MTLBlog have been trying to find ways to stay cool, by making full-day guides of air-conditioned activities or finding all of the free pools in the city.\nBut one of the best ways to stay cool in the summer is to lounge near a beach. It gets cooler as soon as you leave the concrete jungle, and taking a dip in cold water is a sure way to beat the heat.\nRead on for a list of beaches near Montreal that are accessible by public transport.\nVerdun Beach\nWhere: 4110 Boulevard LaSalle, Verdun.\nVerdun beach is the city's newest beach, and it is truly an urban oasis. You can spend the day lounging in the sand, or taking a dip in the water. To get there you can just hop off the Green line at LaSalle station and you'll be there in less than a 9-minute walk.\nView this post on Instagram Quand la canicule frappe Verdun 🏖 . #verdun #verdunbeach #verdunluv #mtlmoments A post shared by Camille P. Parent (@cam_pp) on Jul 22, 2019 at 10:09am PDT\nRead our article to learn more about this beach.\nREAD ALSO: Enjoy The Nice Weather Now, It's Going Back Up To 37°C This Weekend In Montreal\nJean Doré Beach\nWhere: 151 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montréal.\nThis beach is easily accessible via the Jean-Drapeau metro station. The cool beach is supervised by a lifeguard, and it features an awesome inflatable obstacle course on the water.\nView this post on Instagram What a perfect last day of summer 🌞 #beachdayeveryday #funinthesun A post shared by Ellie Martin (@ellieanorrigby) on Sep 5, 2016 at 7:22pm PDT\nMore info.\nLongueuil Municipal Beach\nWhere: 2495, rue de l'Île-Charron, Longueuil.\nThis beach has a picnic area and a little canteen, making it a great spot to camp out for the day. Check their website to learn more about the water quality. You can get there via a direct shuttle from the Longueuil-Université-de-Sherbrooke metro.\nView this post on Instagram La plage de Longueuil est officiellement ouverte! Participez au 36 h de l'Île ce week-end. Pleins d'activités vous attendent: musique, animation, concours de château de sable, etc. #monteregie #plage #longueuil #enfinilfaitbeau #navettegratuite #weekend #vacances #activites A post shared by Tourisme Montérégie (@tourismemonteregie) on Jul 21, 2017 at 7:04am PDT\nLearn more about opening hours and water quality here.\nCap Saint Jacques\nWhere: 20099 Boul Gouin O, Pierrefonds.\nThis huge park in the West Island has a wonderful beach, along with numerous hiking trails and a ton of other activities. Because it is a little harder to get to, it's not as crowded as some of the other beaches on the list.\nView this post on Instagram Domino Dancing. #nofilter A post shared by Christian (@cecchino777) on Sep 25, 2017 at 5:48pm PDT\nLearn more.\nBonus: Clock Tower Beach\nWhere: 1 Clock Tower Quay St, Montreal.\nIt doesn't get much more central than this urban beach, conveniently located in the Old Port. Of course, note that you can't actually swim here, so you'll have to go just to enjoy the sand in your toes.\nView this post on Instagram ☀️ A post shared by Jack Herbert (@jack.h91) on Sep 7, 2016 at 1:06pm PDT\nFind out more.\nThat's our list of beaches easily accessible by public transit. We hope our recommendations help you stay cool this week, Montreal.