Canada is a land of water, but we often get over looked as a beach destination. Thankfully this is fine with us because we get these amazing beaches all to ourselves. Here are some of our favourite "low key" beaches throughout the country. #soulsticeswimspots
Location: About 20km south of Tofino, B.C (Vancouver Island)
The Vibe: While the pristine sands make you want to lounge on shore, you can’t visit Long Beach without enjoying the surf. Rent a wetsuit and surfboard and see if you can get upright before the day is through.
The Details: Nestled between the rainforest and Vancouver Island’s Pacific Rim, Long Beach is Canada's most popular surf spot, and attracts all levels of surfers because of it's gentle tows and mellow winds.
Location: About a three-hour drive north of St. John’s, Nfld.
The Vibe: The calm waters and easy views offer a serene oasis for those looking for a to get away and veg out, and catching a some rays.
The Details: Minutes from the historical town of Sandy Cove, the beach is surrounded by picnic areas, hiking trails and the famous Sandy Cove Head Lookout.
Cabots Landing Beach