I have multiples pages that refer to the pretty similar content and I decided to set the
rel="canonical" tag to let Google know what is the actual original content. I'm not sure though whether I'm proceeding correctly in this case.
The scenario is that I have beach pages that may appear on multiple location pages. Say for example that I have
www.example.com/location-a/beach-a and because
beach-a is also part of location-b I do also have the URL
www.example.com/location-b/beach-a. Obviously the main content is the same but things like breadcrumbs, meta description or titles may be different.
Am I right in saying on
www.example.com/location-b/beach-a that "the canonical URL" should be
www.example.com/location-a/beach-a or should they exist as separate URLs? I don't know how to tell Google that type of relationship between the two locations sharing the same beach if that makes sense.