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Canada’s smallest, but arguably prettiest, province is Prince Edward Island. This camera-ready combination of patchwork fields, sandy beaches and beautiful coastline is renowned for its hospitality and warm summers, the island was perhaps made most famous by Lucy Maud Montgomery’s book Anne of Green Gables. The lush foliage and charming small towns all add to the relaxed atmosphere of the ‘Gentle Island’, a place where the pace of life reflects its easy natural beauty. Perfect for walking and cycling, with gently sloping hills making it easy to explore, there’s also kayaking, fishing and plenty more to keep you busy.
Kings County - A quiet and tranquil kind of place with small coastal villages that ooze charm. Much of the region is covered in gently rolling corn and potato fields, interspersed with woodland, that makes for great cycling terrain.
Queens County - The central part of Prince Edward Island and location of its capital and largest city Charlottetown, you’ll find the greatest selection of entertainment and amenities here. So it’s a great place to base yourself during your stay.
Charlottetown - Located between two rivers and with a large natural harbour, it’s easy to see why people first settled here in Charlottetown. It’s one of Canada’s prettiest and most laidback cities, full of charm and lovely to walk around.
Prince County - A combination of lush landscapes and rugged coastlines, you’ll find unspoiled beaches and plenty of working farms here. Perhaps a little less polished than Kings or Queens counties but still with plenty of charm.
Explore Prince Edward Island’s literary history at Green Gables Heritage Place or visit Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Cavendish Homestead, where she lived and wrote her most famous book. The island’s charming villages are also well worth a visit, including Avonlea where there’s more Anne of Greengables fun with dressed up characters acting out scenes from the book. You can also watch cow milking demonstrations and other period farm activities. Visit the redeveloped waterfront of Summerside, where you can wander the harbour and scenic surroundings.
Rent bikes and explore the gently rolling hills of Prince Edward Island, with the highest point at only 142 metres above sea level it’s an easy way to get around. Hit the water in a canoe or kayak and explore the rugged coastline. Waters are warm, especially in the summer months, when you can snorkel and swim, or go whale and seal watching. Or just lie back on the beach and drink in the sun. Hike the Confederation Trail which runs for 270 miles around the island, a great way of seeing more, or relax in the charming city of Charlottetown. The island is also home to some of Canada’s best golf courses.