In addition to having unique flavours and sights, PEI has its own distinct sounds as well – namely the sounds of Celtic music! It can be lively and upbeat or mellow and relaxing, but either way, you’ll always associate the strains of Celtic music with Prince Edward Island once you’ve experienced it. Embark on a Celtic music  adventure across PEI and enjoy some of our finest musical talent. 

Our cycling offerings are varied, from quiet rides in the country past tranquil farmland to challenging terrain. Along the trail, you will find a convenient selection of accommodations, food and services for cyclists.  Not all accommodations are directly on the trail and do require roadway travel.  For safety concerns please check with the accommodation providers regarding distance. We’ve planned out five exciting road itineraries for you – try one, a couple, or all five to see our entire province on two wheels!

Eat your way across the Island! Savour scrumptious seafood, delectable desserts, and everything in between on your PEI culinary trip. Three meals a day may not be enough! 

"The Island has established itself as one of the premiere golf destinations in Canada and, for that matter, all of North America."
Bob Weeks, Score Golf Magazine

Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province, but our cultural offerings are second to none. Tour the Birthplace of Confederation and see where Canada became a country.  Browse galleries filled to the brim with beautiful, one-of-a-kind works by our many gifted artisans. Where else can you take in a world-class theatre production and dine on freshly-caught lobster in the same day? 

Beaconsfield Historic House

Spend three days in the land of Anne and immerse yourself in the magic of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Island. Check out our sample itinerary for all the best of Anne of Green Gables! 

Red Clay Road

The narrow, red clay lanes of the Island are special places - each with a story. Spared burial under cement or asphalt, they are no longer just avenues for getting from one place to another, but a unique part of our heritage.

Want to enjoy the overwhelming beauty of crashing waves as you watch the meeting of the tides? Or how about taking a walk along North America's longest natural Rock Reef? 

map of touring regions

Simply follow our coastal drives at your leisure. Only 280 kilometres from tip-to-tip, there's a lot packed into this tiny province.