Prince Edward Island
With untouched beaches, scenic golf courses, fresh seafood and heaps of history, visitors will never run out of things to do in Prince Edward Island.
Canada's smallest province has plenty of attractions--especially in the summer months--and there are almost never any crowds. Start off in the capital Charlottetown, which is the birthplace of Canada's confederation and a good base for day trips to places like Green Gables Heritage Place, home of the spunky red-headed orphan Anne of Green Gables.
Head to the North Shore beaches to see towering dunes and red sand, relax at a tranquil nordic spa, or even sleep in a floating wine barrel--just one of the many unique accommodations in Prince Edward Island.
These are all of the must-do experiences in PEI, including eating lobster rolls, cycling along the Confederation Trail and hiking along the scenic Greenwich Dunes Trail.