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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Make the trip to and from the Island in the safest way possible! For 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 onboard 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 has been... More
Whether you live on or off the Island, there’s nothing sweeter than a little get-away full of rest and relaxation. A few days just to kick back, pick up a good book, explore the island, taste delicious food… sigh, doesn’t that sound ideal? These luxurious PEI accommodations are known to … More
This just in: the Island is opening its doors again and we couldn’t be more excited! While we all stayed home, we couldn’t help but dream of the day that PEI could welcome visitors back to our sandy shores. And our wait is finally over! Prince Edward Island’s beautiful sights, … More
Though the world has become complicated these past few weeks, and our ability to travel in the near future seems a little uncertain, we can still take a vacation in our minds to the places we love, and to places we have yet to experience! Find some tranquility on these … More
With a coastline of 1,100 kilometres, Prince Edward Island’s ocean-front beauty is ravishing from tip to tip. Covered in sand dunes, stunning red cliffs, wild rock formations, sea glass, and a water-front playground, the Island is a uniquely wonderful place. But staggered across the coastline you will find, quite literally, … More