Where are the best spots on the island to go clam digging?
My wife and I (age 60ish) are planning a trip to Nova Scotia and PEI this Summer (2018). We are foodies, hikers, beachcombers, art (and crafts) lovers and shoppers, who prefer beautiful scenery and spiffy accommodations (we often use Air BnB, but we also like higher end hotels). My wife lived in Charlottetown as a kid for three important years and has much nostalgia for the island. I don't know much about it. I would like to plan our holiday around great restaurants and spectacular views (we have hiked in the UK and Ireland, and love guided walks) with plenty of time for shopping.
We're fans of Irish-Scottish pub music and would like to find out where to go.
Hey, I recently moved here two months ago. A friend of mine is visiting for a week, arriving tomorrow. I know that a lot of the Island's attractions close at the end of September/early October. Can you suggest some things to do / places to eat / shop that are still open? Thanks, Jennifer
We are the first time visit PEI would like to explore more quilter’s store and antique shop, do you have any comments, thanks. Sue
Hi there! I was wondering what the best time of year is to visit PEI. We're approaching winter, and I don't know if the winter months are perhaps write-offs? Also, what sort of activities are there to do besides soaking in the scenery? Thanks!
We are coming to PEI later this week (mid-October) and staying in Charlottetown with two children under 3. We are hoping to figure out the best museums, beaches and/or sites that we should visit. We will be going to Red Sands and to Anne of Green gables heritage place but currently have no other plans. We also are interested in daytime live music. Thanks!
Does clamming require a license?
I will be on the island some time in the week of Nov. 18, are there still lobster dinners?
It looks like there are specific places to rent bikes. Do they drop off / pick up bikes at different locations of confederation trail?