Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island

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Long back before 1997, until the eight mile Confederation Bridges was not completed, Prince Edward Island or say PEI was only accessible by two ways that are by boat or planes. It lies off the East coast of New Brunswick. No deny that the place is beautiful enough that eyes gets captured by itself by the lush green hills which are surrounded by some of the best beaches in the world. The sea has its aquatic amazing world consisting of tuna, lobster, mussel and oysters. Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island which is a very tiny capital. It is famous for being the birthplace of modern Canada.  Victoria Row is a heart town of Charlottetown which is a pedestrianized street. It has an array of red brick building houses along with bars and restaurants. This place is just so perfect where we can see people along with live music.

For getting the good taste of the food here in Prince Edward Island, you need to take a Taste the Town Walking Tour. Mostly visitors stop by MacKinnon’s Lobster Pound which is located next to the Peak’s Wharf. One can find a variety of seafood which includes mussels, the very famous red crustacean and clams. If you taste the local Malpeque oysters, you will realize that it has a perfect balance of swwet and salt. Next, you can visit Gahan House brewery in the town and enjoy Blueberry ale which is a refreshing organic mix of berries along with wheat beer.

Charlottetown promotes its famous heroine and Anne of Green Gables-The Musical and it has been running since 1965 at the Confederation Center of the Arts. Even there exists a gift shop as well as chocolate store that are dedicated to her. In 1998, Greenwich National Park was founded in order to protect the largest sand dunes in Prince Edward Island and also the rare plants and animals. Another name which it is called by is Green Gables Heritage Place. For seeing beautiful Rossignol Winery in Little Sands, go to the southern route back. It was the first winery on the island and also Raspberry Festival, Wild Blueberry and Blackberry Mead have won prizes.