Travelzoo Tips: Prince Edward Island
We asked our members to share the must-see places in their own communities. Here are their tips for Prince Edward Island.
See the Bottle Houses of PEI
Travel writer Jim Byers shares his experience exploring these unusual structures made from empty wine bottles.
Visit Thunder Cove Beach in Darnley, P.E.I.
"Thunder Cove Beach is located about 30 minutes northeast of Summerside, P.E.I. This hidden gem is far away from the crowds at popular Cavendish or Brackley beaches. If you walk to the right, you'll see dunes and sand as far as the eye can see. Walk to the left, and you'll find yourself in a little sandy cove surrounded by the red cliffs PEI is famous for. There's also the Teapot Rock, which is probably the most photographed landmark on the Island. There are no facilities and it's a bit tricky to get to if you have accessibility issues, but it's definitely worth the trip!” -- Member Laura
Savour a Lobster Bake by the Ocean
In the final installment of our special report, We're Riding Shotgun on Chuck and Danny's Road Trip, the two chefs show us how to enjoy lobster right on the beach in PEI.
See the birthplace of Confederation
Canada's 150th year is a good time to see Province House in Charlottetown, P.E.I. You can't tour the building right now, but you can visit the Story of Confederation exhibit next door at the Confederation Centre of the Arts.