Prince Edward Island is the smallest province in Canada, but one of the most worth while to visit (at least in my mind anyway!).
The province is an Island – there are three ways to access the Island. You can fly into the airport, drive over the Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick, or arrive by Ferry from Nova Scotia.
The province is mainly known for potatoes, Anne of Green Gables, lighthouses, and it’s red dirt roads!
Need A Place To Stay On Prince Edward Island?
Charlottetown, Summerside, and Cavendish are the three main cities to stay in on Prince Edward Island.
These are the top hotels in each city. Plus, I also found some one of a kind hotels on Prince Edward Island if you’re interested (like a rotating apartment, or even a lighthouse).
PEI Coastal Drive Itineraries
There are three coastal drives that will take you around the Island to all the main points of interest.
Read This Before Visiting Teacup Rock!
Teacup Rock Prince Edward Island is one of the most photographed places on the Island. But what no one ever talks about is how to get to Teacup Rock PEI, and that it isn’t straightforward.
So, here’s what I would have liked to know before visiting both Teacup Rock and Mackenzies Brook in PEI. Now you can know what to expect and be better prepared.
Prince Edward Island Guides
Looking For The Perfect Prince Edward Island Souvenir?
Prince Edward Island might be the smallest province in Canada but it’s known for quite a lot of things. I was actually shocked by how much there actually was to bring back from Prince Edward Island.
So, to help you maneuver PEI gift shops, here’s my guide to buying the best souvenirs in Prince Edward Island.
Charlottetown is the largest city in Prince Edward Island. You’ll most likely want to stay here, and spend most of your time in the city.