ISAAH 2018 will take place in Prince Edward Island’s Capital City, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The city has a rich history, delicious local cuisine, and a vibrant arts & culture community.
- About PEI
- Arts, History & Culture
- Festivals & Events
- Things to Do
- Culinary Adventures
- Travel & Maps
- The Buzz – Entertainment and Events News
- Dining in Charlottetown
- What to See & Do
- Charlottetown walking map
Come early, stay late and enjoy beautiful PEI. This video shows you the landscapes and lifestyle awaiting you.
Visit Welcomepei.com site to learn how to “experience PEI like a local”.
Prince Edward Island has been ranked many times as the Top Island in Continental US & Canada by Travel & Leisure Magazine.
“This is a destination that will leave you begging for more long after you’ve said goodbye to its rocky red shores.” Full story here.
“Canada’s smallest province is huge on island hospitality, with superb shellfish and a growing food scene.”
“Prince Edward Island is in the No. 11 spot in Fodor’s Go List 2018: “Prince Edward Island is an irresistible combination of rolling green hills and excellent beaches and seascapes, with bountiful shellfish, a gentle pace and a lively music scene.” Full story here.
“Exploring Prince Edward Island’s Unbeatable Oyster Scene”, Vogue, January 2018
“If you’re an oyster enthusiast, chances are you’ve seen a Prince Edward Island oyster on a few menus. Dubbed Canada’s food island, PEI is known for its red sand beaches and historic lighthouses, but it’s also one of the country’s biggest oyster producers, exporting to major markets across North America and Asia. Visit the island itself, though, and you’ll find a number of unique oyster bars and restaurants of its own, from seaside patios in the summer to trendy hot spots in downtown Charlottetown, its capital city.” Full story here.