The arrival of warm weather in Quebec means that Montreal is transitioning to its summer schedule. Countless festivals and events have begun to announce their summer 2019 programs while pop-up restaurants and other ventures are sprouting all over the city.\nQuebec has a lot to offer this year, from suspended labyrinths to floating lantern festivals. But though there are several riverside beaches in the Montreal area (including one new one in Verdun!), the area largely lacks the beachy paradises that so many crave.\nEscapes to Caribbean destinations can also be costly during the travel season. That's why one enterprise has endeavoured to bring the Caribbean "to the heart of Quebec." The Camping Havana Resort reconstructs the charms of tropical Cuba in the temperature forests of la belle province.\nHere, you'll find "all the features of the big tropical complexes" right here in Quebec: "resort-size swimming pool, salsa classes, sand beach with palapas, water games, a mini-farm, Cubano coffee," and much more.\nThe facilities and cabins are inspired by the colours and styles of beachside Cuba. Bright façades and thatched roofs evoke the famed countryside and rustic urban streetscapes of the popular travel destination. Palm trees complete the look.\nCamping Havana Resort\nCamping Havana Resort\nIn addition to this Cuba architectural flair, the site also offers classic Cuban cuisine at the Café Cubano, where "your taste buds will be satiated with original flavors." Shops, a cantine, an épicerie, and a gym are also among the amenities.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Is Hosting A Free Beer & Poutine Food Truck Festival This Month\nIt costs between $179 and $279 to rent a cottage for the night while camping on site costs between $55 and $400 depending on the day of the week. You can review all rates and make your reservation here.\nThe Camping Havana Resort is located in Maricourt in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, just over one hour from Montreal and 35 minutes from Sherbrooke and Drummondville, according to the website.\nCamping Havana Resort\nCamping Havana Resort\nYou don't need to rent an accommodation to visit the site, however. Adults can spend the day at the Havan resort for just $20! Dogs are also welcome to join in on the fun, the website proudly proclaims.\nEverything you need to know:\nWhat: Camping Havana Resort\nWhere: 631, 7e Rang, Maricourt, QC\nCheck out the Camping Havana Resort here!