Explore the northwestern region of Prince Edward Island and experience the balance of small town charm and world-class fare that led to it being dubbed the Canadian Oyster Coast.
Tight-knit communities dot the coastline, where generations of families have been making a livelihood off the rich land and bountiful sea. Rural, rustic and a little rowdy, it is the perfect destination for those who like to veer off the beaten path and experience the Island the way Islanders know it.
The North Cape Coastal Drive connects a patchwork of communities with strong cultural roots. Learn the ancient art of basket weaving, take in a performance of the Highland Storm for the best in Celtic music and dance, attend a raucous kitchen party, or experience the Acadian’s joie de vivre while stepdancing to traditional fiddle music.
Photo by Sean Landsman Photography