What you need to know before traveling to Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province, but what it lacks in geographical size it makes up for in natural beauty. The island is famous for its rolling lush green hills, miles of beaches swathed in white sand and its contrasting red sandstone cliffs, which were made famous in the book ‘Anne of Green Gables’. Historically and politically, Prince Edward Island is important as the birthplace of Confederation after the representatives of the areas of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Québec met in Charlottetown to form a new nation in 1864. Province House and Founders’ Hall on the island both run tours that explain the historical significance of the area and its political past.

Prince Edward Island has many outdoor activities that can be enjoyed while appreciating the natural surroundings. From bird watching to kayaking and carriage rides, the island has it all. Children enjoy the Sandspit Amusement Park where they can ride The Cyclone roller coaster, Ferris wheel and 15 other amusement park rides. The Westpoint Inn, Museum and Restaurant is the island’s tallest functioning lighthouse, and you can climb the lantern deck and see maritime historical artifacts. The Rossignol Estate Winery has something for the adults to enjoy with a delicious variety of table wine, fruit wine and liqueurs. The winery has stunning vineyards, an art gallery and panoramic views of Northumberland Strait. EasyToBook.com has wonderful deals on budget hotels for people looking for a romantic getaway or fun family vacation, so whether you like the finer things in life, love learning about history or enjoy an outdoors vacation, Prince Edward Island has something to offer everyone.

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