This nautical province of Nova Scotia is known for its rocky coastlines and quaint lighthouses, but what should you do when visiting this maritime marvel? We’ve got lots of ideas for any budding sailor
16 Reasons Prince Edward Island Is A Foodie's Paradise
Lighthouses - one of many things to see on Prince Edward Island. Canada's smallest province has hundreds of lighthouses. You are able to visit inside many of them. We did a wonderful self led "tour of lighthouses" while there on our last visit.
Ingonish Beach, Nova Scotia - Ingonish Beach in the Cape Breton Highlands is covered with round pink stones. Ingonish Beach is the only beach in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park featuring both fresh and salt-water swimming.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND-Dalvay by the Sea: This elegant Queen Anne revival home built in 1895 was one of the stops on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s 2011 Royal Tour. We can see why this stunning seaside property 25 minutes northeast of Charlottetown has been frequented by royalty — added touches like the option to custom-design your own gourmet tasting menu are truly first class.