Prince Edward Island , Canada’s smallest province is big on scenery. Rolling green hills, bright red soil, pristine beaches and quaint fishing villages. Couple with this warm hospitality and delectable seafood and it is easy to see why Prince Edward Island is a popular Atlantic Canada destination.
Explore the Island’s scenic southeast along the Hills & Harbours Route and discover rich, rolling farmland, sandy beaches, charming fishing villages and quaint harbours. Amongst the many highlights of this attractive area Point Prim Lighthouse and Brudenell Provincial Park are must-sees!
A cornucopia of nature’s abundance – the Bays & Dunes region is home to numerous attractive provincial and national parks including the delightful Souris Beach Provincial Park. Other places to visit include the Singing Sands at Basin Head and the Eastpoint Lighthouse.
Expansive red beaches and cliffs, tinged with lush green await you as you enter the Charlotte’s Shore region of Prince Edward Island. Access can be gained to this region from the recently constructed 13-km Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick.
Perhaps the most famous area of Prince Edward Island, rolling farmlands, stunning seascapes and bustling harbours reflect the charismatic beauty of Anne’s Land. Setting of the fictional heroine ‘Anne of Green Gables’ and home of its author Lucy Maud Montgomery.
See first hand the blend of yesterday and today that makes up the Ship to Shore region. Places of interest include the city of Summerside – rich in culture and shipbuilding heritage and the Linkletter Provincial Park.