Visit Prince Edward Island on Holiday
Prince Edward Island is the smallest province in Canada and an island in Atlantic Canada. Though small, Prince Edward Island is perfectly formed and there is so much to discover on your holiday to Canada in this Atlantic treasure.
Prince Edward Island is one of Canada's oldest settlements and so Charlottetown, the capital and other towns on the island are brimming with history. The island is known as the birthplace of the confederation due to the Charlottetown Conference in 1864. We highly recommend visiting Province House a National Historic Site of Canada; one of Charlottetown's most important cultural landmarks. Whilst in Charlottetown we also suggest checking out the Confederation Centre of Arts; not only does it showcase the best in visual art with a fantastic art gallery, there is also a theatre, so check out what performances are on during your stay.
Prince Edward Island, like the other provinces in Atlantic Canada, offers some of the most diverse and unique scenery you will find in North America. Known for its fabulous array of beaches and stunning coastline, Prince Edward Island is the perfect destination for a fly-drive Holiday, where you can create your own itinerary and create memories to last a life time. There are green fields and rolling hills, historic sites and lighthouses and so much more to discover in the Prince Edward Island National Park. One of the best ways to explore the whole island is by boat to get a close up view of the islands shores and coves.
Currently ranked as one of the top 10 North American islands by Conde Nast Traveller, Prince Edward Island is also Canada's top golf destination. You can fly into Halifax, and then take a train to Prince Edward Island, so it's a perfect inclusion on a tour of Atlantic Canada.
Prince Edward Island is waiting to be discovered and ideal for anyone who wants to discover a part of Canada that is unique and diverse, full of charm and beautiful scenery.