The smallest and least populous, but also the most densely populated (when you take under consideration country surface) in the province of Canada, located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The largest city is the provincial capital of Charlottetown. Prince Edward Park in the area of the island is National Park, which includes full protection of beaches and sand dunes. Especially famous city is Cavendish, nearby is the late nineteenth century home of known as the home of Anne of Green Gables – the heroine of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s novel. Because of cold water and frequent fog, the island is not very popular among tourists only aimed at soaking up the sun and relax on the beach. Beaches of Prince Edward Island is a great place to relax, island landscapes are breathtaking, and the typical Canadian dishes, delicious mussels, for example for sure will enjoy enjoy even the most picky palate.
This picturesque and sensuous place. Long beaches of pure sand, cliffs, gently rolling hills, green forests and blue lakes, bays, and a lighthouse on the promontory of red rock – all this gives the island an unusual mythical character which you will remember for many years.