We have limited time in NS and PEI. What would be on your Must See and Must Do list? TC in Florida

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Morell to Elmira

Morell Wharf
The Morell to Elmira section is a moderate 54 km trail that will take you through some of the most scenic coastal views.

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Branch Trail Emerald to Borden-Carleton

The branch trail from Emerald to Borden-Carleton is an easy 18 km section of the trail that will take you through farmlands.

Fuel up at the O'Shea's Pub & Eatery in Kinkora or make your way to km 12 in Albany and grab a portable savoury pie from The Handpie Company!

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Tignish to O’Leary

How many lighthouses are there on the island and can we visit any? Which ones would you recommend?

The small town of Alberton, rich with fishing and farming, is known as the heart of western Prince Edward Island. Enjoy the best of Alberton with these insider tips:

Breakfast at the Alberton Bakery is a must. Stock up on some treats for the road!

We are 68 years old and retired and have never been to PEI. We are considering driving out from Kitchener this summer. We hope to travel around the Island somewhat during our two week stay. We are looking for advice on where to visit and stay for a somewhat quiet holiday. We love scenery, coastal walks and biking.
We are planning a motorcycle trip to PEI in mid June and will be on the Island for two days. One day we would like to enjoy an excursion either fishing or doing something adventuresome. What do you suggest we do? What scenic roads should we take?

A storybook village if ever there was one, Victoria-by-the-Sea is a historic fishing village that’s been revitalized by the many artists and creative people who call it home. Discover the best of Victoria-by-the-Sea with these insider tips:

Get your picture taken beside Prince Edward Island’s biggest tree!

North Rustico is one of those small towns you can’t help but fall in love with. Find your way around this small town full of big charm and feel like a local with these insider tips:

Watch the fisherman dock their boats at the harbour after a long day’s work.