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South Shore (Charlotte's Shore) Travel Tips

Charlotte's Shore Vacation Rentals on Scenic Prince Edward Island

For a clean sea area and a mix of urban culture and scenic countryside, Prince Edward island is hard to beat. With small town centers, pretty ports, long beaches and cliffs for walking, and plenty of beautiful scenery, it is a great place to escape the rat race for a time. However, for those wanting to enjoy some activities, the area is ideal for golf, walking, beach combing and browsing small shops; there is even a winery to visit.

Things to Do from Charlotte's Shore Vacation Homes

A stroll along historic Great George Street at Charlotte's Shore is the best way to take in this lovely town. History comes to life before your eyes as the Founders Hall Confederation Players recreate their parts as costumed Fathers and Ladies of the Confederation around the town. Browse the shops on Queen Street and pick up a hand-made souvenir, or sit beneath the trees on Victoria Row and watch local life pass you by. It is a great place to unwind. It is also a fine place to eat out with a range of international cuisine provided by the town's restaurants, pubs and cafés. Festivals fill the local calendar and cover everything from music and theater to gaming and sport. Walk along the beaches or go clam digging with the locals. Take a boat trip to one of the nearby islands, enjoy bird spotting, or play a round of golf amidst some of Canada's best coastal scenery.

The Advantages of Booking Charlotte's Shore Cottages for Rent

Prince Edward Island conjures up pictures of walks along the beach, boat trips, biking along the quiet lanes, and steaming mugs of chocolate by the fireside. Renting a cottage in Charlotte's Shore gives visitors all the comforts of home and a well equipped base which is ideal for families, especially if the weather is showery. With plenty of bedroom space, TV sets, games and books, a vacation cottage offers a quiet and private retreat for evenings in. The fully equipped kitchens make mealtimes cheap and convenient, and food can be prepared to suit your own dietary requirement and tastes.

How to Get to Charlotte's Shore Vacation Rentals

Getting to Charlotte's Shore on Prince Edward Island is part of the vacation experience. Drive across Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick; at 13 kilometers long, it is one of the longest bridges in the world. Cross by car ferry using Northumberland ferries which take approximately 75 minutes or fly directly to Charlottetown from Halifax, Toronto, Ottawa, Boston or other major cities.

Places to Visit Around Charlotte's Shore Vacation Rentals

The Prince Edward Island National Park offers a great day out with its long beaches, warm waters and sand dunes which are home to many species of wildlife and birds. It is the home of "Anne of Green Gables." Downtown Charlottetown offers more cultural attractions, such as live theater performances, pavement cafés, gourmet dining, shopping and quiet parks.

Victoria is a charming Victorian Village where visitors can go sea kayaking, visit the lighthouse, and browse the artists' studios. The Saturday Farmers' Market has some great fresh produce, along with the popular Chocolate Factory!

The Best Time to Visit Charlotte's Shore Vacation Rentals

Prince Edward Island has something to offer visitors from spring through fall. The climate is surprisingly mild, due to the proximity to the warm Gulf of St. Lawrence bay waters. Summers have low humidity and sunny days can reach 90 F (32 C) in August. The cold winters rarely see temperatures rise above freezing with snow on the ground from November to April and some severe storms.

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