Make the trip to and from the Island in the safest way possible! For more than 80 years, the ferries have been making the trip between Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia a memorable journey for all its passengers. With each Northumberland Strait crossing, those on board the ferry to and from PEI have gathered years of fond memories as they begin and end their vacations.
The 75-minute car ferry trip between Wood Islands, PEI and Caribou, Nova Scotia gives passengers the freedom to relax and the assurance knowing that the journey each way... More
Avonlea Village offers an experience in genuine Island hospitality showcasing delicious food and quaint shopping. It is open seasonally June to September.
Avonlea is the fictitious name that Lucy Maud Montgomery gave Cavendish in her famous novel, Anne of Green Gables. Avonlea Village consists of purpose-built structures combined with heritage ones – to re-create the fictional 19th century hometown of the loveable heroine, Anne Shirley.
Take a stroll through tranquil flower gardens and down the red dirt roads around the prettiest village on the Island.
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Prince Edward Island prides itself on being Canada’s Food Island, bountiful in both land and sea. While the Island is rich in exceptional ingredients, the island is also rich in its people and culture, from the lively Acadian community in Evangeline to the vibrant Mi’kmaq community on Lennox Island. Throughout … More
Exploring the Island in the summer is a treat, and exploring the Points East Coastal Drive is totally delicious! The rolling hills of green, distant sounds of a fiddle, the local flavours and exquisite talent, watching the Northumberland ferries carry travellers across the shimmering sea from one sun-soaked coast to … More
Oh springtime, what joy it brings!! After a long – dare we say the word? – winter, there is nothing more rejuvenating than seeing green grass, feeling the warm sun, and noticing the first signs of new life and the bright, beaming colours of flowers and fresh leaves on the trees. … More
A sure sign of summer on Prince Edward Island is seeing a line-up of cars at every dairy bar and ice cream shop. There’s nothing like a frozen treat to help beat the heat! We’re so lucky to have so many top-notch spots all across the island. Just like how … More