The Cavendish Resort Area, known for its fabulous red, sandy beaches, as well the homestead of the famous Anne of Green Gables. The area is filled to the brim with places to go and things to do. It is also a region of great contrast, offering both quiet corners and lively attractions. It is an ideal location for family holidays.
Some of the best natural features of "Anne's Land" are encompassed in Prince Edward Island National Park, with miles of gorgeous white sand beaches. The Park protects the strips of sand and delicate dunes, and offers extensive interpretive programs to explain to visitors the natural, cultural and historic landmarks found within the boundaries of the Park. Here is "Anne's Avonlea" and all around are signs of the Cavendish that Anne Shirley, of Green Gables, loved.
Elsewhere in "Anne's Land", rolling farm fields stretching down to the shore, red cliffs and tiny villages.Very scenic areas of the Island are found along the Blue Heron Drive. The community of Kensington has preserved the town's Train Station and railyard, where shopping, historic displays and a weekly farmers market are part of the attraction. From Dalvay, through Brackley and west to Malpeque, you can visit more than 30 shops featuring wonderful Island-made pottery, sweaters, quilts and woodworking.
For active people, "Anne's Land" has it all! Water slides, adventure parks, deep-sea fishing and kayaking -and 11 great golf courses! Many of the properties listed below are members of: