Prince Edward Island has eleven hundred kilometres of shoreline, much of it in the form of pristine beaches including white, champagne and red sands.  PEI beaches are home to the warmest waters north of the Carolinas because of our location between the Northumberland Strait and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Whether you’re travelling with active kids, an avid bird watcher or someone who would rather stroll the shores in search of “sea-glass”, PEI has the perfect beach for you. You  can do a different beach  everyday of your stay.  10 minutes will take you to either Cavendish or North Rustico Beaches.

Other beaches close are Brackley Beach, Stanhope, and Cabot Beach.  We can also help plan day trips that can take you to some great beaches- Greenwich or the Singing sands at Basin Head.

Some of the best times at the beach are at sunrise or sunset and make sure you have your camera with you.