The tuna season begins mid-August

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 minute
-a country store ( 1 km away) where you can find just about everything from food, to gas, videos for rent, a post office, newspapers, hardware, etc.;

-deep sea fishing in North Lake, 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 ;
 -golf at Rollo Bay 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 Basin Head Fisheries Museum, its craft and gift shops, ice-cream bar, food stand and beautiful beach:
 -shop in Souris where you will find a shopping mall, a 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 Greenwich National Park near St. Peters and follow its boardwalk across marshland and dunes to unrivaled wild beaches ;
 -go horseback riding ;
 -golf at the beautiful Links at Crowbush Cove, a five-star public course, one of Canada’s finest golf courses:
 -visit Anne's Land (read Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables);
 -visit Cavendish and the many attractions in the area;
 -eat in the best restaurants around: The Inn at Bay Fortune, The Inn at St.Peters, The Inn at Spry Point...
 -visit Charlottetown,, Prince-Edward-Island’s capital city, with all its economic, cultural and artistic attractions ;
 -and soo many other wonderful things to discover.

Meet the Islanders, enjoy their friendly hospitality, their warmth, their local customs, their festivals and lively musical events.