a VirtualTourist member from Sydney
Anybody want to take a crack at this one?
I'll take a shot, and I won't even look them up...
In no particular order:
Green Gables property
Golf (Best golfing in the country!)
Cycling on the north-east side of the Island
Deep-sea fishing or chartering a boat
PEI National Park
Hike the Confederation Trail
Cavendish (fight the mobs of tourists)
That little tourist village at the bridge (not sure of the name)
Touring around Charlottetown
Driving around the Island - Summerside, Montague, Stanhope, etc.
1. Weird not to mention the beaches! The ones on the northern and eastern shores seem best. Perhaps one might take the objective of finding a deserted beach, which might be easiest on the Northumberland Strait (south) coast.
2. I think biking along the former railway right-of-way which extends a good fraction of the length of the province is pretty nice in summer.
3. Catching the performances at the Charlottetown festival is pretty nice.
4. Find a friendly spot for a lobster supper around Rustico.
5. PEI has many golf courses per hectare a number of which are very nice.
6. Arrange a lobster fishing experience in the Rustico area.
7. Find a museum/history tour in Charlottetown - cradle of confederation.
8. Attend an addiction recovery meeting - the island has amazingly well developed recovery communities.
9. Find some local folk entertainment performing in Chalottetown - lots of island talent.
10. From the east end of the island catch the distant glimmer of Cape Breton at sundown, so you'll see where you should go next!