The Beach looks and feels more like a lakeside resort town, than
a big city neighbourhood. In the summertime, thousands of
Torontonians and tourists flock to The Beach to walk on The
Boardwalk, exercise along the Martin Goodman Trail, relax by the
water, or shop and dine at the colourful stores and restaurants
along Queen Street.
The social centre of The Beach neighbourhood is Kew Gardens, which
hosts many annual events including a Christmas Tree and Menorah
lighting festival, a Jazz festival, and an Arts and Crafts show.
Ed. Note: A long standing debate has ensued over the proper name for
this neighbourhood. Some refer to it as The Beach, others as the
Beaches. To be politically correct use The Beach, otherwise both are
Click the button on the left to see homes for sale in the
The Beach area.