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Old Posted Aug 22, 2019, 12:55 AM
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There are at least 16 natural beaches in Toronto, plus 2 artificial ones. The most notable though would probably be:


Woodbine, Kew, and Balmy Beach (collectively referred to along with the surrounding neighbourhood as the Beaches). These stretch a combined 3km in the city's east end and is by far the busiest and most popular beach.


https://radio.humber.ca/index.php?q=...ach-guide.html


Hanlan's Beach. Located on the islands, it's a lovely spot and one of only two urban nude beaches in the country.


https://www.pinterest.ca/pin/7248049377725650/


Cherry Beach. Home to the popular weekly Cherry Beach party.


https://twitter.com/ilovepromis3?lang=ro


Sunnyside Beach. Largest beach in the west end, and home to the charming art deco bathing pavillion.


https://www.blogto.com/sports_play/2...nnyside_beach/


Bluffer's Beach. Located at the foot of the Scarborough Bluffs, this is definitely the city's most scenic beach.


The Scarborough Bluffs .... Toronto (Scarborough) Ontario, Canada
by Greg's Southern Ontario (catching Up Slowly), on Flickr
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