Come Find Your Island
We’re all searching for something. For many visitors, the search ends on Prince Edward Island. Get ready to unpack your sense of discovery with endless beaches, wandering trails and unique attractions. Every inlet is like a storybook with its own songs, tall tales and unique way of doing things.
PEI and beaches; the two words are practically synonymous. Just imagine - 1,100 kilometres of smooth, warm sand, red sandstone cliffs, soft blue sky and white-capped waves.
Attractions and Sightseeing
Explore coastal drives and historic places. Get wet at a waterpark. Play mini-putt. Be entertained with world-class theatre and music. What will you do first?
Anne of Green Gables
Experience the world of Anne of Green Gables for yourself. Discover where the magic of L.M. Montgomery’s inspiration came alive. Our Anne of Green Gable itinerary gives you the best insider tips for days of literary adventure along with coastal drives, lupin-lined walking trails and delectable culinary delights.
Authentic Island Experiences
Gain unique perspectives on the traditions and way of life on the Island. Choose from excursions with chefs, artisans, fishers, farmers, musicians and a host of other characters who love what they do and want to share it with you.
May we interest you in fresh seafood with a side of salt air? Discover why food is celebrated year-round here on Canada’s Food Island. You won’t leave hungry.
Festivals & Events
Our festivals and events showcase the remarkable artistic, culinary, cultural and musical talents of our small Island community. What’s going on during your visit?
To the brave and daring; to those who leap at the chance to make each day more invigorating than the last, this is your Island. Cycling, kiteboarding, hiking trails, disc golf - we've got that and so much more.
Enjoy our national, provincial and community parks for picnicking, swimming, hiking, beach strolling or forest bathing. Most day-use parks have playgrounds and some include beaches and campgrounds.
Life at the Beach
Prince Edward Island is blessed with miles of sandy shoreline, fringing the garden province with colourful stretches of white, champagne, pink and red beaches.
Prince Edward Island is a family-friendly place with tons of budget-friendly adventures.
10 Quirky Things You Didn't Know About PEI
Islanders measure distance in time, we will also use directions using markers of things that may no longer exist. i.e “Tracadie Beach is about 15 minutes away from the purple house”.
Lobster Season is Upon Us!
Lobster season is in full swing and Islanders and visitors alike are excited for their first taste.