Let lighthouses guide you along our culinary trail to beaches, historic sites and attractions, artisan studios, amusement parks and parklands along with more festivals and events than you can count.
PEI is Canada’s smallest province in both size and population, but it offers 28 golf facilities, all of which are open to public play. A third of PEI’s facilities were built after 1990, and the island boasts a strong supply relative to its full-time residents.
The Confederation Trail was developed on abandoned railway lines that go tip-to-tip across the Island. You can have the adventure of a lifetime and cycle the entire trail, or do a section each time you visit. However you choose to do the trail, you won’t want to miss out on this unique experience.
Prince Edward Island is part of the Appalachian region, one of Canada’s seven physiographic regons. The island extends for 224 km, with a width ranging from 4 to 60 km. It is known for its reddish-brown soil, so-coloured due to high concentrations of iron oxides.