20 Lower Malpeque Road
Charlottetown, PE C1E 1R4
Phone: (902) 368-1110
Fax: (902) 368-1110
20 Lower Malpeque Road, Charlottetown, PE, CA, C1E 1R4
- Phone: (902) 368-1110
- Fax: (902) 368-1110
Located on the south shore of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown is the capital city of the province. It is know as the 'Birthplace of Confederation' because of the historic Charlottetown Conference in 1864 which led to the Canadian Confederation. The small city is a popular tourist destination with many attractions to keep the visitors entertained, from history and culture to shopping and dining.
Refine your cooking skills and learn new recipes at the Culinary Institute of Canada. Housed in the Holland College's Tourism and Culinary Centre, it imparts training and offers excellent courses for restaurant management and affiliated subjects. Latest food trends and regulations are a part of the curriculum here; students are taught to serve nothing but excellent food to the patrons. Apart from professional courses, Culinary Institute of Canada also hosts workshops for general public. For more details, check website or call ahead.
Annadale Bicycle Rental & Repair Service is located in the small town of Cardigan, with miles of peaceful and beautiful paved paths. These roads can take the traveling biker to beaches, harbors, lighthouses, all of which hold incredible views. The experts at the shop can recommend a specific trail for any beginner or expert cyclist.
Take a trip out to sea and return to shore with dinner in hand. Aiden's Deep Sea Fishing leads three daily excursions where visitors can catch cod and mackerel off the coast of North Rustico. Aiden's supplies all the fishing equipment and no experience is necessary. The hands-on activity is a hit, especially with kids.
Cavendish served as an inspiration for Lucy Maud Montgomery while she wrote the famed novel, Anne of Green Gables. Today, you can visit the actual Green Gables farm or the birth place of Montgomery. Interpretive programs are offered and visitors can venture on the trails described in the book. Avonlea Village, the setting of the novel, welcomes thousands of people from all over the world who are eager to experience life on Prince Edward Island 100 years ago. Still, Cavendish offers many things to do unrelated to Anne of Green Gables. The beaches that line Cavendish are perfect for a stroll or a swim and families can spend a day at one of the theme parks or water parks. Stop by the Information Centre for more details on activities in Cavendish.