You don't have to be rich to live a beautiful life. You just need to live in the right spot! Popular areas get all the attention and all the high prices. Head the other way though and you can find some amazing places that are also amazingly affordable.\nIt pays to take the road less travelled! Literally. The average home price in Canada is over $500,000. You can get better views and way more for your money if you're in the right place. A home located in these places are well below half a milli and absolutely gorgeous!\nvia @newfoundlandlabrador\nBurgeo // Newfoundland and Labrador\nMedian Home Price In The Area: $29,500\nBest Part: Right by Sandbanks Provincial Park that has beautiful beaches for swimming and camping.\nvia @joes.sports\nSault Ste. Marie // Ontario\nMedian Home Price: $199,900\nBest Part: It's the closest city to the beautiful Agawa Rock region featuring amazing cliffs and waterfalls along Lake Superior.\nvia @lalunamiel\nUcluelet // British Columbia\nMedian Home Price: $299,000\nBest Part: The medium home price is literally half the price of Tofino (B.C.'s surf destination) at $599,000 which is only minutes away.\nvia @visitnovascotia\nCape Breton // Nova Scotia\nMedian Home Price: $129,082\nBest Part: One of the east coasts biggest tourist destinations with surfing and more but that doesn't come with big tourist expenses.\nvia @visitporthardy\nPort Alice // British Columbia\nMedian Home Price: $88,000\nBest Part: Live on the island with that west coast lifestyle of surfing and hiking the rainforest but for an incredible price.\nvia @feenafoto\nPercé // Quebec\nMedian Home Price: $144,000\nBest Part: Enjoy some Game Of Thrones type views of the massive rock formation that has a big tunnel though it as well.\nvia @erinpear\nSt. Johns // Newfoundland and Labrador\nMedian Home Price: $334,900\nBest Part: Live that city life right on the coast like Vancouver but for a million dollars less of their price at $1,364,000.\nvia @destinationnb\nAlma // New Brunswick\nMedian Home Price: $76,950\nBest Part: It's right beside Fundy National Park which has waterfalls, the highest tides in the world and goes up to the Canadian Highlands.