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Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island with Parcours Canada and BougeBouge

BougeBouge brings you on Prince Edward Island is an incredibly pretty little island! To get there from another region, nothing could be easier:

  • via the New Brunswick Confederation Bridge
  • by the Nova Scotia Ferry
  • or from the Charlottetown airport
The island is also very well known thanks to Anne and the Green Gables House! Any good visitor to the province simply needs to visit the Green Gables Heritage Site. This is where it all began: the house that was the inspiration and the theater of L.M. Montgomery’s novels. The Island has eleven hundred kilometers of coastline, most of it in the form of pristine beaches…There are incredible red sandstone cliffs, lush country landscapes and a charming island lifestyle. There are 25 golf courses on the island and sea kayaking is recommended for a great discovery of the island.


Welcome to Charlottetown! From cultural landmarks to attractive shopping and great golf courses … there’s a lot to discover in this city. First, a bit of history with a visit to the Confederation Centre of the Arts! Here you can learn more about the history of the Canadian federation. You will also be able to see a play, such as the extremely popular musical that tells the story of Anne and the House of Green Gables! A little tour of the Prince Edward Island Regimental Museum? It’s a must-see for anyone with a passion for military history. 2,000 historical artifacts are from the long residence of the armed forces on the island. Some objects date as far back as 1807! Enough to relive the province’s martial past. Religious history is not to be outdone with the sublime St. Dunstan’s Basilica. It is a national historic site. It is a beautiful French Gothic stone church built in 1913. It is one of the tallest structures to stand out on Charlottetown’s roofline. Enjoy your visit!

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