Prince Edward Island

Average flight time from UK: 14 hours           Capital: Charlottetown

Discover the enchanting Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest province nestled in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. 

This idyllic destination exceeds expectations with its vibrant arts and culture scene, pristine beaches, storybook charm, and some of the world's finest seafood. Known affectionately as PEI or "the Island," it's surrounded by 6,835 miles of shoreline, home to nearly 500 miles of breathtaking beaches ranked among Canada's best. The Island's mild maritime climate offers warm summers and cool winters, making PEI an alluring year-round destination with a plethora of activities for everyone.


Prince Edward Island boasts a flourishing economy with a strong foundation in agriculture, fisheries, and tourism. The Island's culinary scene is a celebration of its fertile lands and rich waters. Indulge in the famous lobster, Malpeque Oysters, blue mussels, and more, while connecting with the locals through authentic culinary experiences. Celebrate food with the Islanders through festivals and communal gatherings, with the PEI Fall Flavours Festival being a culinary highlight.


Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of the Island's history and culture. Learn about the Mi’kmaq, the Island's First Peoples, the Acadians, and other cultural influences that have shaped PEI's music, food, language, and lifestyle. The Island's spirit is vibrant and inviting, urging you to discover more about its diverse activities and attractions, where nature and modern life coexist harmoniously.


Traveling to PEI is convenient, whether by air, land, or sea. The Island welcomes visitors through various ports, offering a seamless entry to start your adventure. Once here, the crescent-shaped Island and comprehensive road system make exploration a breeze, ensuring you're never far from a must-see site.


Explore the regions of PEI, each with its unique charm. From the "Canada's Oyster Coast" in North Cape to the Central Coastal Region, famous for Anne of Green Gables and the Prince Edward Island National Park, to the culturally rich and scenic Points East. PEI's cities, Charlottetown and Summerside, offer a vibrant mix of music, art, and dining, capturing the Island's spirit in their streets.


Embrace the great outdoors with activities ranging from watersports on the warmest waters north of the Carolinas to land activities including biking and hiking. The Island's golf courses are a must-visit for enthusiasts, offering stunning views and challenging plays. With a range of accommodations, from heritage hotels to cozy cottages and unique glamping options, your stay on the Island will be as memorable as the adventures you'll have.


Don't miss out on the essential experiences PEI has to offer, from exploring the heritage of Anne of Green Gables to enjoying the culinary delights across the Island. Whether you're hiking the Confederation Trail or indulging in the local culinary scene, Prince Edward Island promises a unique and unforgettable visit, brimming with history, nature, culture, adventure, and of course, exquisite food.



  Enchanting Shores and Culinary Delights: Prince Edward Island

 Discovering Prince Edward Island: Hidden Gems, Must-Do Activities, and Picturesque Spots

Hidden Gems:

  • Island Hill Farm Inc: A friendly farm where you can bottle-feed baby goats​​.
  • The Bottle Houses: Unique structures made of glass bottles​​.
  • Cavendish Cliffs: Accessible walkways lead to stunning views​​.

Must-Do Activities:

  • Confederation Centre of the Arts and Walking Tours: Engage with Canada's history through character-guided tours and cultural performances​​.
  • Saga Sailing Adventures: Enjoy coastal views on a 36-foot sloop​​.
  • Canadian Potato Museum: Learn about the history and significance of potatoes in PEI​​.

Instagrammable Spots:

  • Prince Edward Island National Park: Trails and boardwalks with picturesque beach and bay views​​.
  • Wood Islands Lighthouse: Offers local crafts and scenic views​​.
  • Basin Head Provincial Park: Known for its "singing sands" and beautiful beaches​​.

These selections offer a mix of nature, culture, and unique experiences that should not be missed when visiting Prince Edward Island.

 Current Weather on Prince      Edward Island

   Time difference to the UK - 4 hours

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