Prince Edward Island

Welcome to Prince Edward Island, also known as “Anne’s Island.” I affectionately call it “My Island,” even though the locals may consider me “from away.”. However, this doesn’t stop me from feeling like a cherished adopted child, and the same goes for anyone who visits this breathtaking destination. This Island is steeped in rich heritage and culture, exuding an authentic “downeast” vibe. With an impressive count of 63 lighthouses, over 25 golf courses, more than 17 ice rinks, 800 kilometers of pristine beaches, and countless other attractions spread across our 5620 square kilometers, boredom is simply not an option. Regardless of your chosen location, a plethora of activities awaits within a mere half-hour’s reach, and you will find a beach within 15 minutes. Let’s not forget that our shores witnessed the finalization of the Confederation of Canada, a historical event we proudly showcase in our capital city, Charlottetown. Once you experience a visit here, you’ll find yourself yearning to stay forever.