Top 10 most Beautiful beaches in Canada
To celebrate the beauty of our vast country, we’ve put together the top 10 that showcases Canada’s most stunning beaches
Long Beach, British Columbia
Stretching for 16 kilometers on the west coast of Vancouver Island , in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, this sandy beach is swept by roaring waves and bordered by an impenetrable rainforest.
2. Wasaga Beach, Ontario
If bustling beaches, water activities, festivals, competitions, shopping and family games challenge you, Wasaga Beach is just right for you. It’s actually 14 kilometers of golden sand that plunges into the warm waters of Georgian Bay in Lake Huron.
3. Grand Beach, Manitoba
Located on Lake Winnipeg, this sandy beach has dunes 12 meters high. The summer combination of sun, sand and water attracts thousands of people for miles around.
4. Singing Sands, Prince Edward Island
This beach takes its name from the sand that seems to “sing” when the wind blows or when you walk on it. The singing sand is not the only reason to visit this beach: its water is one of the warmest on the east coast of Canada.
5. Beach of the South Dune, Quebec
22 km long, this beautiful beach of the Îles de la Madeleine has red cliffs and caves that can be explored on foot at low tide. Well protected from the winds, it is ideal for long walks and photography sessions.
6. Parlee Beach Provincial Park, New Brunswick
This provincial park located in Pointe-du-Chêne, near Shediac, has several services including a canteen, a campground, volleyball courts and playgrounds for children. A 5-kilometer walking trail connects the beach to downtown Shediac, the lobster capital!
7. Sauble Beach, Ontario
Sauble Beach is a 10-kilometer sandy beach on the shores of Lake Huron. Its waters are calm, warm and shallow and the beach allows you to plant your parasol, play a game of volleyball or have a picnic in the sun.
8. Tribune Bay, British Columbia
Located on Hornby Island in the Strait of Georgia between Vancouver Island and the mainland, this beautiful beach is a great place for swimming with its warm, safe waters.
9. Ingonish Beach, Nova Scotia
Located east of Cape Breton Island, the village of Ingonish is a remote corner of the country that allows surfers to hit large waves especially during storms and winter. The beach is very scenic and offers wonderful views of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park.
10. Bennett Lake Beach, Yukon
If you’re looking for a white sand beach with snow-capped mountains as the backdrop, head to Carcross Village at Bennett Lake. Fishing, swimming, canoeing and hiking are popular activities in this region.