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Prince Edward Island
About « The Island »
Prince Edward Island is located on the east coast of Canada, cradled by the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It is one of the four Atlantic Provinces, along with New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador. PEI is in the Atlantic time zone.
History & Culture
In the history of Prince Edward Island, we discover that the Islanders have many roots: Aboriginal, French, English, Black, Acadian, Irish, Scottish, Lebanese.
About 5000 years ago, rising sea levels created a new island in the sea peninsula.
By going to this island we can broaden our perspective on Mi'kmaq history: by discovering the beauty of the Island as seen by the Aboriginal people and their culture in the beat of the drums.
how to get there ?
There are three convenient ways to get to Prince Edward Island :
via the Confederation Bridge
by ferry from Nova Scotia or
by air to the Charlottetown Airport.
Place to go
Red Sands Shore
The Red Sands Coast region is rich in artisans, galleries and architecture. A privileged way to appreciate the bucolic landscape of the island.
North Cape Coastal Drive
The North Cape Coastal Drive ends in Summerside, the second largest city on Prince Edward Island.
Charlottetown is a vibrant coastal city located on the south shore of Prince Edward Island, just off the east coast of Canada. Despite its small size, it has no shortage of energy or hospitality. This coastal capital is filled with history, culture, festivals, activities, crafts and restaurants.
From farm to fork
The Island offers unforgettable culinary experiences by putting the freshest ingredients from the sea and land in the hands of master chefs.
Craft Breweries & Wineries
We can visit rustic bottling rooms, modern tasting bars and breweries that combine beer and food as it should be. There are many breweries, cideries, distilleries, wineries that offer us a mix of information, adventure and spirit.
Cuisine & Taste
We can learn a new skill or recipe while discovering fresh ingredients harvested nearby on this island. Pastry shops, tea rooms, cooking workshops, award-winning culinary experiences on the beach.
Restaurants & take out
The Island of Delights offers a host of tempting options across the province. Whether you're looking for a traditional meal, a culinary masterpiece, or something to eat on the go, you're sure to find a dish or establishment that suits you, as well as food trucks.
What can I do?
Beach and Park area
One of the great attractions of an island is being surrounded by pristine beaches that are worth exploring. It is possible to bask in the sun, swim or take a nice walk on the sand. This is the ideal beach for that.
Museums and cultural sites
When we set foot in this, we are in the presence of history. Each of the museums presents the history of the Island. You can learn about Mi'kmaq culture, trains, historic churches, schoolhouses, impressive mansions or the Island's primary industries.
Excursions on the island
Companies offer all kinds of tours, from day trips to week-long itineraries. We can do cycling, kayaking, some attractions and wineries.