On the spot:
-swimming in the cristal waters of the sea ;
-sunbathing, birdwatching, beachcombing along kilometers of white sands ;
-play all sorts of games on a beach that extends far out at low tide ;
-cycling or just walking throughout the countryside.
A short drive away (5 to 15 minutes):
http://www.gov.pe.ca/visitorsguide/index.php3?number=1009808, a very picturesque little fishing port ;
-trout fishing ;
-bike rentals in Elmira near The Confederation Trail (Railway museum on site, gift shop and ice-cream bar) ;
-kayak and bike rentals in Souris ;
-http://www.rollobaygreens.com/Greens overlooking beautiful Rollo Bay ;
-visit East Point and its lighthouse, where the waters of the Gulf of St.-Lawrence and of the Northumberland Strait meet;
-visit http://www.gov.pe.ca/infoipe/onelisting.php3?number=15122, its craft and gift shops, ice-cream bar, food stand and beautiful beach ;
-shop in Souris where you will find a shopping mall, liquor store, banks, grocery stores, restaurants, gas, a hospital, a community center, a library, a movie theatre, etc. and the terminus for les îles de la Madeleine.
A little further away ( 40 to 75 minutes) :
-go to lobster suppers;
-visit the http://www.canadianparks.com/prince_edward/grnwich/index.htmnear St. Peters and follow its boardwalk across marshland and dunes to unrivaled wild beaches ;
-go horseback riding ;
-golf at the beautiful http://golflinkspei.com/golf/proto/golflinkspei/, a five-star public course, one of Canada’s finest golf courses ;
-visit Anne's Land (read http://www.gov.pe.ca/lmm/index.php3)
-visit Cavendish and the many attractions in the area
-eat in the best restaurants around: http://www.innatbayfortune.com/, http://www.innatstpeters.pe.ca/ , http://www.innatsprypoint.com/...
-visit http://www.city.charlottetown.pe.ca/, Prince-Edward-Island’s capital city, with all its economic, cultural and artistic attractions .
-and soo many other wonderful things to discover.