Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Cruise Port
When cruising to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, you will be amazed at the colorful red sandstone cliffs that line the shore. As one of the smallest provinces in Canada, this area is nothing short from charming. Charlottetown is the largest city in the small island, but is very easy to explore on foot. Some say that no matter what spot you are at, you are usually no more than a 15 minute walk away! On your cruise to Charlottetown, be sure to sample the many seafood specialties found at an outdoor café or quaint restaurant. Strolling along the waterfronts is where you can stumble upon a small shop or two for that perfect souvenir. Many beaches surround this small atoll where swimming or relaxing depends on which beach you choose. Charlottetown is also known to have an abundance of parks, many Victorian homes and architecture as well as the house that inspired “Anne of Green Gables.” Below, we have listed a few of our favorite things to do on a cruise to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island:
Explore downtown Charlottetown, where sampling of the seafood and unique delicacies that are found only on this island.
Take an ocean kayak adventure or even fishing to explore the area’s gorgeous sea where you may be able to spot a seal.
Stop at the Point Prim Lighthouse, a historic site built in 1846, that stands 60 feet tall and is the island’s oldest lighthouse.
Venture into the home of the Anne of Green Gables Museum, where you can walk through the museum and see the beautiful surrounding landscapes.