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The Potato Fields Of PEI

Things to do in PEI in Summer

I've been on a holiday to Prince Edward Island four times now and each time has been a resounding success. These 7 things to do in PEI in summer - based on the trips I've done to the island with and without kids should be enough to keep you busy and happy for a week or more. If you really want to unwind, stay longer. Despite its small size, there are always things to do…

Boardwalks Through The Greenwich Section Of PEI Nat'l Park

30 Fun and Interesting Facts about Prince Edward Island

I have been to Prince Edward Island (PEI) four times - once as a kid, twice with my kids and a few years ago on a trip to cycle the length of the island with my husband. PEI never disappoints, especially in summer with all the great beaches. Here is another in my ongoing facts series - 30 fun and interesting facts about Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island. In…

Easy Biking On The Confederation Trail

Cycling PEI – How to Spend 5 Days

Prince Edward Island (PEI) is Canada’s smallest province, measuring only 220 km (137 mi) long by 64 km (40 mi) at its widest. It’s a great cycling destination for people who like quiet back roads and little in the way of hills. If you are new to multi-day bike trips, this is a good one to start with. Cycling PEI doesn't get much easier than on the mostly flat roads that cover the province -…

Beautiful Beaches In The Greenwich Section Of PEI National Park – Accessed Via The Greenwich Dunes Trail

Boardwalks, Beaches & Sand Dunes-PEI Nat’l Park (Greenwich)

Prince Edward Island (PEI) is justifiably famous for its long stretches of beaches. The Cavendish area beaches and Brackley Beach are tourist favourites. I prefer the off the beaten path Greenwich section of PEI National Park. In 1998 Greenwich became part of the National Park because of its large parabolic sand dunes, the endangered piping plover and many rare plants. I loved the Greenwich section of PEI National Park because of its boardwalks, beaches and…

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