Prince Edward Island is known as the "gentle island". The pace of life here is as leisurely and quiet as the endless mountains. The fresh sea breeze gently caresses your face and brushes through your hair, and its stunning landscape immediately fills your eyes. Its geographic location makes it the seafood kingdom, which means you can’t miss out on its seafood, especially its world's top-tier lobsters. In addition, the Canadian Confederation Bridge is one of the longest sea-crossing bridges in the world today, with a total length of 13,000 meters.
The Confederation Center of the Arts is located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. In 1864, a small group of elected officials gathered here to discuss statehood. Built to commemorate this momentous moment in history, the museum showcases some of Canada's finest art. Summer visits must include the Charlottetown Festival, a music and theater festival that has been held since 1965.
The Confederation Trail is 270 miles long and is suitable for walking, biking, or snowmobiling. For those who like outdoor sports, the Federal Scenic Trail is a route worth exploring. In addition, more than 1,900 treasure-hunting spots hold exciting challenges.