A trip to PEI goes beyond the jagged red cliffs, peaceful sandy beaches, and rolling green hills. It's more than impossibly-fresh seafood, creative artisans, and world-class golf. It's all of those things, and something a little harder to identify. As you board our boats, tour our studios, and visit our homes, you'll realize that you've also been welcomed into our hearts. And that's what will keep pulling you back for yet another taste of life here, another sampling of our unique islandness. You'll be glad you came, and so will we.
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Communities and groups across the Island will help celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference with their own special themed events. Events include a variety of Island festivals, exhibitions, artwork, theatre productions, historical activities, walks, eco-tours, concerts, culinary events, cultural celebrations and awards ceremonies
Whether you decide to roam our colourful countryside, stroll along the many miles of beaches, golf at a top-rated course, participate in a kitchen ceilidh, browse through our many craft shops, enjoy our Authentic PEI Experiences, or simply laze in a hammock - you get to choose.
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Our Authentic PEI Experiences are your perfect chance to take part in Island life, meet the locals - and go home with a story worth telling the neighbours!
Your guide to distinctive Island cultural attractions, the Arts and Heritage Trail is a unique tourism product showcasing the significant importance of the Island's culture.
Your guide to some of the Island's most unique and exciting culinary attractions. Experience and celebrate our food culture on PEI.
PEI is famous for its lobster with bright red shells and juicy tender meat. This recipe is by Chef Ilona Daniel and yields as many lobsters as you wish to eat!
The Pearl Cafe was the winner of the 2010 Taste Our Island award. With recipes like this that's not a surprise!
Mussels, cultured in the cool water surrounding PEI, are rapidly becoming one of North America's most popular seafoods.
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