There's A Turquoise-Water Beach Near Montreal Where You Can Pretend You're Not In Quebec

Close your eyes, hear the waves and pretend you're in the Caribbean.

An hour southwest of Montreal in Saint-Anicet, Quebec, there's a small turquoise-water beach where, as Narcity Québec writes, visitors can pretend they've jetted off on an international vacation.

The beach, a tiny strip within the Parc Jules-Léger, sits at the shore of the Saint Lawrence River's Lac Saint-François and, if Instagram photos are to be believed, commands some impressive views of the riverscape.

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Narcity reports that access to the site is free.

The park also includes a picnic area and, according to Google Maps, the Casse-Croûte Annie snack shack.

In addition to this petit parc, Saint-Anicet lists a marina and boat launch on its municipal website for more water activities.

Get all the details below.

Turquoise-Water Beach In Saint-Anicet

Address: Parc Jules-Léger, Saint-Anicet, QC

Why You Need To Go: To trick yourself into thinking you're on vacation.