Island LifeIt is an island, but Prince Edward Island (PEI) is attached to the mainland by the 12.9 km Confederation Bridge (the longest bridge over ice-covered waters in the world!), an airport, and seasonal ferry service, making it easy to travel to and from the province.
PEI is not large, but being small has its advantages! Beaches aren't crowded, traffic congestion rarely happens, and you're never far from a familiar face.
The PEI tourism industry is thriving and there are a number of people who visit PEI in the summer for its tranquil and beautiful landscape. In the summer, Islanders share the province with many visitors, but in the off-season, they get it mostly to themselves.