The Island has over 90 beaches to explore! Stanhope, Brackley and Dalvay are right outside your door but take a drive and check some of our favourites including Cavendish Beach at sunset, Basin Head Beach (where the sand sings), Greenwich Beach and Cedar Dunes.
There are plenty of tours and wildlife to keep an eye out for and for those fisherman out there, walk over to Covehead Harbour and try your hand at deep sea fishing.
The oldest of the North Shore fishing communities, is a 3.5 km walk from Reunion Cottages. You can enjoy deep sea fishing on one of the many charter boats or savour delicious lobster or the catch of the day offered at the casual restaurants located on the docks.
The smallest province of Canada boasts more than 25 stunning courses. Keep in mind that because PEI is small, you can actually play more than one course in the same day. Pure golf heaven!
There is no better way to explore the stunning landscapes of PEI’s North Shore than by cycling the Gulf Shore Way, which just happens to be about a minute away from Reunion Cottages. This seaside route is a paved, two-way trail that twins the Gulf Shore Parkway, providing cyclists with a smooth surface and a mix of flat stretches and gentle rolling slopes. Wind your way past the iconic red sandstone cliffs of Cavendish, panoramic dunescapes in Brackley, the iconic Covehead lighthouse and six of PEI National Park’s breathtaking supervised beaches.
All summer long and into the Fall, PEI is alive with festivals, ceilidhs and theatre. Some of the events include The Festival of Small Halls, the Cavendish Beach Music Festival and the Jazz & Blue Festivals and the Fall Flavours the month of September.