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Canada's only island province is a truly beguiling destination. Visitors arrive in their droves during the summer months to enjoy its delightfully unspoilt beaches, impossibly quaint seaside towns, and world-class golf courses. Its lush, gently rolling hills and abundant cycle paths make it the ideal destination for a safe and stunningly scenic family hiking or cycling holiday. But while spectacular nature is the island's chief draw, you'll also find a thriving arts scene, and a number of Canada's most popular literary landmarks.

There are innumerable stunning beaches vying for your attention on Prince Edward Island, but Cavendish Beach is a must-visit. Its miles of blissful coastline are overlooked by dramatic red cliffs and sand dunes, while its crystal-clear waters are perfect for a revitalizing dip. There are many attractions celebrating the island's most famous former resident, author L.M. Montgomery. Fans from all over the world flock to the Green Gables Heritage Place to see the beautiful locations that inspired her beloved book Anne of Green Gables. A hugely popular musical adaptation of the story has also played each summer since 1965 at the Confederation Centre of the Arts. The island is extremely family-friendly – its miles of cycling trails make it a simple pleasure to travel around, and there are loads of fun activities and attractions guaranteed to keep kids of all ages happy. Burlington Amusement Park is a firm favorite, with its go-kart circuits, bumper boats, miniature golf, and batting cages.

Hotels in Prince Edward Island

There's an abundance of hotels in Prince Edward Island to accommodate the great influx of visitors that flock here each summer. 5-star luxury is in short supply, but there are a number of impeccably-maintained business class hotels, offering first-rate facilities such as indoor pools, spa tubs, and health clubs. There are also many mid-range and budget options. Take your pick from cozy family-run inns housed in quirky historical buildings, or smart motels with fresh, modern décor, and attentive round-the-clock service. Wherever you choose to stay, you can generally expect amenities such as free onsite parking, cable television, coffee and tea makers, and complimentary WiFi.

Where to stay

Charlottetown is the island's capital city, but expect a delightfully quaint town rather than a sprawling metropolis. Here you'll find beautifully maintained public parks, fantastic independent shops and art galleries, and many of the island's finest restaurants. As you might expect, local seafood features prominently on many menus - don't leave town without treating yourself to a buttery lobster roll, or a few of the island's world-famous Malpeque oysters. Summerside is Prince Edward's other major town. Its bustling boardwalk is home to numerous seafront diversions, while its Harbourfront Theatre is one of the island's premier centers of culture. If you're looking to truly get away from it, the tranquil fishing village of Cardigan is an idyllic spot for a restful vacation.

How to get to Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown Airport receives regular flights all year round from Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, and Ottowa. During the peak summer tourist season there are also direct flights from New York and Cayo Coco in Cuba. Alternatively you can reach Prince Edward Island in the summer by ferry from Caribou, Nova Scotia, or by car at any time of year from New Brunswick via the Confederation Bridge.