Prince Edward Island (PEI) is the smallest province in Canada and it has a population of roughly 140,000 people. Also known as the 'Garden of Canada', PEI is made up of one main island surrounded by 231 other smaller islands. The three main industries in PEI are agriculture, fishing or tourism.
PEI is a beautiful province in maritime Canada that is full of arts and culture. Many people visit PEI every summer for the annual Charlottetown Festival, which is a celebration and tribute to Canadian musical theatre. PEI also hosts the annual PEI Jazz and Blues Festival, which attracts both tourists and locals alike. PEI is perhaps most famous for being the home of Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of the classic Anne of Green Gables novel.
PEI is a lovely island to explore. Whether you decide to spend the day driving or cycling around one of PEI's many scenic roads, PEI is an absolute delight to discover. Its iron rich red soil and sand dunes are a gorgeous background to the island's already stunning landscape. Come and enjoy PEI's natural beauty as well as its wonderful bustling capital of Charlottetown.