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Conveniently connected to Nova Scotia by ferry and New Brunswick via the Confederation Bridge; Canada's smallest province is known for its vivid colours, rolling landscapes, miles of pristine beaches and red sandstone cliffs. Yet despite its recent nomination as one of Canada's natural wonders, Prince Edward Island isn't just about glorious scenery.
A Prince Edward Island holiday offers more than 80 authentic PEI experiences that let you participate in the local culture; imagine catching and cooking your own lobster or learning an Acadian step dance. These are the experiences that let you walk in our shoes and take home a piece of our lives. In addition, this small island claims 10 of the Top 100 golf courses in Canada.
Families can enjoy their own private playground. The Confederation Trail alone offers 250 miles of exploration with a new wonder at every turn. For water babies, the Island is a kayaking and boating dream, with countless inlets to discover. And when you've worked up an appetite, you can savour culinary masterpieces from the multitude of award-winning chefs. Or, create your own with a host of food experiences from the Culinary Trail or Flavour Trail to the International Shellfish Festival, and dozens of events at the annual Fall Flavours Festival.
One of the islands' most popular attractions is the birthplace of Canadian Confederation, Province House National Historic Site which stands as one of Canada's iconic landmarks. Visitors can learn the story of how Canada became the great nation it is through guided tours, displays and an audio-visual presentations.
Anne of Green Gables is of course set on Prince Edward Island. The musical, now the world's longest running annual production at 51 successive seasons, is a story that has touched the hearts of readers around the world and the novel has sold more than 50 million copies. The story has been translated into more than 20 languages and adapted into feature films and highly successful made-for-TV movies.
Prince Edward Island National Park, Greenwich was developed to protect and preserve the natural and cultural resources found in the area. The site contains an extensive and fragile coastal dune system, wetlands and various natural habitats in which numerous rare plant species are found. Among the most spectacular natural characteristics to be protected at Greenwich are the unusually large and mobile parabolic dunes. This phenomenon is very rare in North America.