Prince Edward Island National Park (St.Peters) - Parks Canada
protects a rare system of parabolic sand dunes and sites
of early Aboriginal and Acadian occupation dating back 10,000 years.
Enjoy the interpretive trails, view the spectacular sand dunes, relax
at the beach and learn at the Interpretation Centre.
Trail - From Tignish in the west to Elmira in the east, the
is a tip- to- tip recreational path offering over 270 kilometres of
excellent surface, ideal for walking, running or cycling.
College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts of Canada (Summerside)
- 100% Authentic-Heartfelt Celtic! A summer long Celtic Festival set
amongst an institution, that inspires excellence in Celtic performing
arts through quality educational programming.
4) Rossignol Estate Winery (Little
Sands) - Who would have thought, a winery on P.E.I.? Rossignol
remarkable variety of premium fruit and table wines. Sample the wines
and view a wonderful selection of folk art and Island paintings and
Edward Island Preserve Company (New Glasgow) - Great Food and Great
Fun! See, smell and taste Canada's finest
preserves, experience the Caf Clyde featuring country breakfast, peruse
the gift shop and meet the kilted owner. Click
here for more info...
Cape - Home to a host of attractions. View the longest natural rock
the Black Marsh Nature Trail, visit the Atlantic Wind Test Site and see
the North Cape Wind farm.
7) Old Charlottetown - As
the Birthplace of Canadian Confederation (and celebrating its 150th
year in 2005!), PEI's capital city features many historic public
buildings and family homes. Stroll the many streets and visit Province
House - where the Fathers met, Confederation
Centre of the Arts - the home of Anne of Green Gables - The
Musical Founders' Hall - Canada's
Village (Borden-Carleton) - The village is located at the foot of
the Confederation Bridge.
You will be introduced to the history and culture of the Island and
learn of the transportation modes across the Northumberland Strait. The
village features a variety of food services in addition to handcraft
and gift outlets. Gateway is the home of Cavendish Figurines, North
America's only figurine economuseum.
Corner Historic Village (Orwell) - Experience the life and times of
rural crossroads community in the
1890's. Stroll amongst the blacksmith shop, country store, church,
school, farm buildings and community hall. Ceilidhs are offered at the
Corner with traditional music, stories and dance.
10) Lennox Island Mi'kmaq
Cultural Centre (Lennox Island) - The centre is a community museum
that aims to promote and revitalize
Mi'kmaq culture on PEI and interpret Mi'kmaq history. While on the
Island, hike the 10km Path of our Forefathers, enjoy traditional
foods or go deep sea fishing.