The video listed above includes a superb guide of Prince Edward Island, Canada. As you are planning a trip to this city, make sure you watch it. We hope you enjoy it!
“Garden of the Gulf” and “Birthplace of Confederation”, are some of the names that locals use to call this alluring island found in the maritime province of Canada: Prince Edward Island. It is located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence west of Cape Breton Island, north of the Nova Scotia peninsula, and east of New Brunswick. Beautiful views, wonderful beaches and excellent parks are some of the attractions in this island.
Below you will find a list of activities and attractions, in addition to travel statistics on comparison shopping, vacation planning and themes, and some lodging alternatives.
Prince Edward Island will provide you with every kind of accommodation you want. From one of many secluded, home-like Prince Edward cottage rental to a beautiful Prince Edward Island summer rental – Canada offers endless lodging possibilities. Book a perfect Prince Edward Island cabin and enjoy your family vacation to Prince Edward Island .
Being bored is never a possibility when staying at a Prince Edward Island hotel. Prince Edward Island is known as one of best touristic destinations in all Canada and therefore the entertaining alternatives are simply unlimited. Read more and explore the possibilities.
Avonlea Village is a great place for the ones who love the Anne of Green Gables series. It is beautiful and well maintened seasonal theme park with replicas of places from the Anne of Green Gables series. It includes a surprisingly consistant schedule of performances, great action in the streets, a charming train station, a lovely school house, and a lovely church.
The fascinating history of Prince Edward Island is reflected in its numerous lighthouses. Lighthouses played an important role for the early settlers of this area in trade and commerce fields. Many colonial lighthouses built around 1873 can be found on the island including Victoria Rangelight, Cape Bear, Point Prim and Panmure Head.
Beaches are a great attraction in this amazing island. For example, one of the most preferred is Cavendish Beach, a very large beach situated in the northern area of PEI, very popular, full of people walking, running, biking, swimming or just relaxing at the pier.
One of the best ways to discover nature in this little island is to visit the Prince Edward Island National Park. This amazing and narrow park will let you see and appreciate than 40 km of beautiful coastal views. It offers a spectacular view of multiple landscapes with a boardwalk out to the dunes which is fantastic. Most tourists recommend to bring your bikes!.
Those who are fans of Anne of Green Gables will be at heaven visiting Prince Edward Island. There you will find the house that it became famous in “Anne of Green Gables” which has been restored to be in the same shape as the description in the books.
In these troubled economic times, most travelers are looking for comparison shopping among different lodging options before decide where to stay.
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Prince Edward Island Vacation House: Garnet Shores Beach House is a luxury oceanfront cottage. A short drive from the quaint town of Charlottetown, this three bedroom open concept cottage sits right on the pink sandy shore of Eastern PEI. Every room in this three bedroom house has been tastefully decorated with brand new furnishings. The Beach House can sleep a maximum of 11 people. Panoramic views from all of the cottage’s rooms and 2 decks boast gorgeous vistas of the expansive ocean and sparkling sand. Relax on Garnet Shores’ two ocean front decks, or sit in the screened gazebo sitting right over the ocean. For more info and pictures, please take a look at property ID#30752 at rentalo.com.