Cavendish Beach——Anne of Green Gables

Located on the island’s north-central coast, partly in the national park, Green Gables Shore is home to colorful fishing villages, rolling hills, sandy beaches, sandstone cliffs and, of course, Green Gables, where devoted fans of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s 1908 novel visit in pilgrimage-like fashion.

Discover this picturesque region that is known for its natural beauty and Anne of Green Gables-related attractions. During the approximate 45-minute drive, admire the landscape as it changes from rolling farmland to windswept coastline.

Pass by tiny fishing villages and make photo stops at lighthouses and Cavendish Beach, a broad stretch of sand in Prince Edward Island National Park. Known for its dunes and cliffs, it’s a favorite local beach. 

Next, tour the classic green-and-white farmhouse to see its Victoria-era decor and artifacts.If you are a book’s fan of Redhead Anne, you can not miss the chance to make this trip to Cavendish and discovered the land that captivated Anne in Lucy Maud Montgomery’s stories.

● St Dunstan’s Basilica
● Confederation Centre
● Historic Province House
● Victoria Park

● Professional local guide
● Pick up and drop off anywhere in Downtown Charlottetown
● Tours leave from the Charlottetown Visitor Information Centre, 6 Prince St. at 10:00 am

Adult: $40.00,
Child: $18.00,
Family: $90.00
*Price based on group of 4 travellers