PEI offers the wide open feeling of sandy beaches and sweeping waterfront vistas. Away from the water PEI is characterized by picturesque, rolling pastures and wild flowers
You can't visit PEI without experiencing the rich taste of lobster. PEI is famed for its lobster and community Lobster Dinners and what's a Lobster Dinner without Mussels.
Tourism is a vital part of the island economy and eco-tourism opportunities are on the rise on the island. Cruise ships are fast growing part of the downtown economy.
Indian River Festival (classical), Cavendish Beach Festival (country), plus headliner concerts including Elton John, Reba MacIntyre, Bryan Adams, Hedley, Aland Jackson, Toby Keith, Sting and more.
Fish Malpeque Bay for the sweetest oysters or go deep sea fishing with the island's experienced and seasoned deep sea fishermen. Go out to sea on a genuine working fishing boat and catch tuna off our coast.
The main point of entry to PEI by vehicle. You can also use the Wood Islands Ferry or fly in to Charlottetown Airport which has flights to all major destinations.
PEI is famed for potato production. Agriculture still plays an important part in the island economy, although new sectors such as aerospace, biodiversity, and technology are ever growing.
Pictured Crowbush Golf Course is but one of 17 championship level golf courses to be found on PEI. You will never be far away from your next golf game!
PEI is famed for a quiet lifestyle which is mirrored in the landscape; rolling pastural scenes reminiscent of the English countryside, lighthouses marking the island history and spectacular island sunsets.