The beautiful province of Prince Edward Island is the smallest of all the provinces and territories in Canada but big on adventure. Its picturesque seascapes, rolling hills, and red sand beaches provide a beautiful backdrop to the 19th-century country homes found throughout the island.
Home to Anne of Green Gables, the island’s lush landscape is the perfect vacation destination. Prince Edward Island was isolated from mainland Canada until 1997 when the iconic Confederation Bridge was linked to the neighboring province of New Brunswick.
The flat, quiet back roads running throughout the province make it an ideal location for cyclists. Inn to inn biking tours are very popular here. The relatively flat terrain and accessible bike trails make cycling easy, giving visitors a chance to explore sandy beaches and quaint villages at a leisurely pace. Historical country inn accommodations along the route also add to the charm and hospitality of the area.
Prince Edward Island also offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the angler. Bluefin tuna fishing charters are readily available, as well as mackerel fishing and shellfish harvesting. Even the avid fisherman will not be disappointed with these saltwater excursions.