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Prince Edward Island, Canada’s smallest province, is a land of rich, rolling, red farmland, verdant valleys, stunning seascapes and bustling harbors.

Anne of Green Gables

This is Canada’s birthplace with the confederation being signed here in 1867. It was also home to Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of 'Anne of Green Gables'.

Provincial Parks

Lighthouse, Prince Edward IslandThe island has a cornucopia of natural treasures such as Brudenall, Linkletter and Souris Beach Provincial Parks, the 'singing' sands of Basin Head and countless lighthouses that evoke the region’s maritime heritage.

The recently-constructed Confederation Bridge allows easy access from New Brunswick to some of Canada’s finest beaches, best golf courses, friendliest locals and, of course, the delectable Prince Edward Island lobsters.

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Places to visit in Prince Edward Island

Featuring heavily on our experiences of visiting Prince Edward Island, these selected places are destinations that also prove consistently popular with our travelers. Our specialists can help you choose how to include them in your wider trip, based on your preferences.

Map of Prince Edward Island

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    Places in and around Prince Edward Island

    Accommodation choices for Prince Edward Island

    We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Prince Edward Island. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.

    • The Inn at Bay Fortune, Bay Fortune

      The Inn at Bay Fortune

      First Class

      Fine food, chic rooms and a waterfront setting combine to make The Inn at Bay Fortune the finest property on Prince Edward Island. Its sleek styling and gourmet restaurant offer urbane style in a bucolic setting.

    • The Great George, Charlottetown

      The Great George

      First Class

      The Great George is made up of a collection of charming heritage buildings, repurposed into a luxury boutique hotel. A few minutes’ walk will bring you to top restaurants, the bustling Peake’s Quay, local history and shopping.

    • The Hotel on Pownal, Charlottetown

      The Hotel on Pownal


      The Hotel on Pownal is a modern, boutique property. Centrally located, this is a great option for families and couples wishing to explore Charlottetown.