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One of eastern Canada’s maritime provinces, Prince Edward Island (PEI) is lined with beautiful red sandy beaches, quaint rural communities, scenic farmlands, lush-green golf courses, numerous lighthouses, and endless trails. A culinary destination renowned for its seafood, it is also well known for Green Gables, a literary landmark which served as a backdrop for Lucy Maud Montgomery’s novel – Anne of Green Gables. 

The province is known to house many art galleries, museums, Victorian-era buildings, and theatres. For the outdoor lovers, there are several national parks to visit and enjoy activities like bird watching, boat tours and water sports. The popular Confederation Bridge connects Prince Edward Island to mainland Canada. Spanning 12.9 km, it is the world’s longest bridge over freezing water. 

Airport Information

Canada Jetlines operates from Toronto Pearson International Airport to Greater Moncton Romeo LeBlanc International Airport. Moncton is conveniently located for tourists traveling to PEI. The easiest way to get to PEI from Moncton is by car via the Confederation Bridge. Also, one can take a bus to Charlottetown from Moncton. 

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The Capital City

Charlottetown is a lively seaside city replete with historic charm, art festivities, and cultural events. It offers varied artisan stores, exclusive boutiques, and world-class dining. Known as the “Birthplace of Confederation”, the city offers national historic sites and Victorian architecture. The Confederation Centre of the Arts is the main cultural hub of the city showcasing visual and performing arts. Highly walkable, the city offers live music scene on the streets in summers for free!  

How to get Around

Car rentals, car sharing and ride sharing are the most reliable ways to travel around the province. The T3 Transit provides connections to Charlottetown, Stratford and Cornwall. 

When to Visit

When to Visit

There’s never a bad time to visit. Prince Edward Island is a summer paradise with warm breezes, festivals, and events from tip-to-tip. With fall foliage comes time to savour the harvest of Canada’s Food Island. The winter forecast is always 100% chance of fun. Spring is time for a fresh start with bright lupins lining the roadside and tulips everywhere. 

Top Things to Do

Top Things to Do


The capital city. Bursting with big energy this small and vibrant town always has something going on. This city is a historical hub full of culture. It hosts festivals, events, artisan shops, restaurants, and so much more. 

Green Gables Shore 

Anne of Green Gables fans rejoice! This is a must see for fans of Anne with wide open spaces and stunning vistas. Smell the sea-salt air, explore the many trails and beaches and savour the culinary offerings of Green Gables Shore. 

North Cape Coastal Drive 

Are you ready for an adventure? Take a selfie with a giant 14-foot potato, sleep in a lighthouse, paddle board with goats or watch the tides collide. Acadian and native Mi’kmaq cultures thrive here, and sunsets are unforgettable along this coast.  

Points East Coastal Drive 

This drive gives you an insider’s view of Island life. Visit small towns and play a round of golf. Just minutes apart are 50 phenomenal beaches. Slow down, breathe in the ocean air and enjoy the drive. 

Red Sands Shore 

Famous for its red sand beaches, the Red Sands Shore region is rich with artisans, galleries, and architecture. The rolling terrain offers the most perfect scenic tour of the Island’s pastoral landscape. 


Discover their Celtic roots in PEI’s second largest city. The City by the Sea has many culinary, cultural and coastal experiences to enjoy. Stroll the city streets or watch the horses dash to the finish line. There’s much to do in Summerside. 

What to Know

What to Know

Languages: English and French Currency: Canadian Dollar Airports: Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc. International Airport (YQM)


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