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The province of Prince Edward Island is a diverse landscape of historic cities, stunning capes, beaches, and lighthouses, and plenty of visitor-friendly districts filled with boutiques, eateries, and scenic views.
Set on the Charlottetown Harbour in Atlantic Canada, Charlottetown is Prince Edward Island’s provincial capital – and the largest city to boot. Known as the Birthplace of Confederation, Charlottetown is connected to southern New Brunswick by the Confederation Bridge.
Charlottetown is home to 11 places registered as a National Historic Site of Canada. Visitors are encouraged to visit the St. Dunstan's Basilica, Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown City Hall, and of course, Province House – home to the Prince Edward Island House of Assembly.
Peake’s Wharf Historic Waterfront is your place for shopping, eating, and enjoying the view. Shop through over 20 boutique and souvenir shops, catch the Peake’s Wharf Summer Concert Series, or try a tour of the harbor with Peakes Wharf Boat Tours, Top Notch Lobster Tours, and more.
Be sure to work up an appetite for authentic seafood at Peake’s Quay Restaurant & Bar, Lobster on the Wharf, or MacKinnon’s Lobster Pound. And for dessert? The famous COWS Creamery.
Established in 1873, Victoria Park is located right on Charlottetown Harbour across 25 hectares. Here you can enjoy a picnic, stroll the boardwalk, throw some horseshoes, and much more.
Scenic drives coarse throughout the province thanks to scenic shores, quirky countryside, and even some literary fame. Try the North Cape Coastal Drive, Red Sands Shore Tour, and the Points East Coastal Drive.
Located appropriately on the Green Gables Shore – set in northern PEI – the Green Gables House is a must for any visitor. Based on the world-known 1908 novel “Anne of Green Gables” by Lucy Maud Montgomery, Green Gables is located within the Prince Edward Island National Park.
Visitors may tour the house from May to October, sign up for a carriage ride, or stroll trails like Haunted Woods and Balsam Hollow.
If you’ve got the time, PEI has the lighthouses. Whether you’re geocaching or just snapping photos, Prince Edward Island is home to dozens of these maritime icons. Check out Panmure Island Lighthouse, Point Prim Lighthouse, Souris Historic Lighthouse, Cape Bear Lighthouse, and more.
Many exhibits and souvenirs are available at these historic sites. Don’t miss the Wood Islands Lighthouse & Interpretive Museum, East Point Lighthouse & Welcome Centre, and the West Point Lighthouse Craft Shop.
As you can imagine after some time in PEI, this island makes for some great golfing. Prince Edward Island is home to 33 golf courses ranging from all skill levels and layouts.
Try St-Felix Golf & Country Club in North Cape, Darnley Greens Golf Course in Darnley, Links At Crowbush Cove Lakeside, Brudenell River Golf Course in Georgetown Royalty, and many more.