Agriculture reigns supreme on Prince Edward Island.
Home to “Anne of Green Gables” author Lucy Maud Montgomery, visitors are immediately greeted with rolling green hills amidst countless rivers, inlets and estuaries; along its sandy northern shores lie numerous beaches.
Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province.
It’s separated from Nova Scotia and New Bruswick (collectively called the “Maritime Provinces”) by the Nothumberland Strait.
It’s this combination of beaches, rustic beauty and – let’s not forget – the images of Anne of Green Gables which makes Prince Edward Island a popular stopping off point for those exploring eastern Canada.