Visit Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is a small island province off the east coast of Canada, located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It is known for its beautiful landscapes, rich culture and friendly people. The rolling hills and red sand beaches make it an ideal vacation spot for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Tourists can explore PEI's stunning countryside by taking a drive on the famous Confederation Trail or by taking a stroll along one of its many picturesque coastal paths.

For those looking to experience some history, there are plenty of sites to visit such as Province House in Charlottetown, home to Canada's first conference that led to Confederation; Green Gables Heritage Place near Cavendish where you can learn about 'Anne of Green Gables'; or take a trip back in time with a visit to Founders Hall at Port-La-Joye - Fort Amherst National Historic Site.

PEI has been inhabited since ancient times and was officially named after Prince Edward, Duke of Kent in 1799. It is now celebrated as an important part of Canadian culture, being featured on its stamps and currency notes alike!